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When do firms change technology-sourcing vehicles? The role of poor innovative performance and financial slack

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  • Razvan Lungeanu
  • Ithai Stern
  • Edward J. Zajac

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  • Razvan Lungeanu & Ithai Stern & Edward J. Zajac, 2016. "When do firms change technology-sourcing vehicles? The role of poor innovative performance and financial slack," Strategic Management Journal, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 37(5), pages 855-869, May.
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