Contextual And Tactical Changes In Standards Wars: What Consequences For "Winners"?
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- Greenstein,Shane & Stango,Victor (ed.), 2006. "Standards and Public Policy," Cambridge Books, Cambridge University Press, number 9780521864503.
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KeywordsContextual trends; de facto standardization; market dynamics; standards war; tactics; winner-take-all;
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