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Choosing the right target: Relative preferences for resource similarity and complementarity in acquisition choice

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  • Yu Yu
  • Nita Umashankar
  • Vithala R. Rao

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  • Yu Yu & Nita Umashankar & Vithala R. Rao, 2016. "Choosing the right target: Relative preferences for resource similarity and complementarity in acquisition choice," Strategic Management Journal, Wiley Blackwell, vol. 37(8), pages 1808-1825, August.
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