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Dynamic competitive strategies : a technological evolution perspective

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  • Afuah, Allan Nembo.
  • Utterback, James M., 1941-

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  • Afuah, Allan Nembo. & Utterback, James M., 1941-, 1995. "Dynamic competitive strategies : a technological evolution perspective," Working papers #137-95. Working paper (S, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Sloan School of Management.
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