Johann Peter Murmann
Johann Peter Murmann
Professor of Strategic Management, University of St. Gallen
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Knowledge and competitive advantage: the coevolution of firms, technology, and national institutions
JP Murmann
Cambridge Univ Pr, 2003
Toward a systematic framework for research on dominant designs, technological innovations, and industrial change
JP Murmann, K Frenken
Research Policy 35 (7), 925-952, 2006
Dominant designs, technology cycles, and organizational outcomes
ML Tushman, JP Murmann
Managing in the modular age: architectures, networks, and organizations, 316, 1998
The coevolution of industries and important features of their environments
JP Murmann
Organization Science 24 (1), 58-78, 2013
Competition in a multimarket environment: The case of market exit
W Boeker, J Goodstein, J Stephan, JP Murmann
Organization Science 8 (2), 126-142, 1997
Evolutionary thought in management and organization theory at the beginning of the new millennium: A symposium on the state of the art and opportunities for future research
JP Murmann, HE Aldrich, D Levinthal, SG Winter
Journal of Management Inquiry 12 (1), 22-40, 2003
Bringing managers into theories of multimarket competition: CEOs and the determinants of market entry
J Stephan, JP Murmann, W Boeker, J Goodstein
Organization Science 14 (4), 403-421, 2003
Comparing evolutionary dynamics across different national settings: the case of the synthetic dye industry, 1857–1914
JP Murmann, E Homburg
Journal of Evolutionary Economics 11, 177-205, 2001
China's innovation challenge: Overcoming the middle-income trap
AY Lewin, M Kenney, JP Murmann
Cambridge University Press, 2016
What does the success of Tesla mean for the future dynamics in the global automobile sector?
G Perkins, JP Murmann
Management and Organization Review 14 (3), 471-480, 2018
Who matters more? The impact of functional background and top executive mobility on firm survival
YS Bermiss, JP Murmann
Strategic Management Journal 36 (11), 1697-1716, 2015
On the making of competitive advantage: the development of the chemical industries in Britain and Germany since 1850
JP Murmann, R Landau
John Wiley & Sons, 1998
Ernst Abbe’s scientific management: theoretical insights from a nineteenth-century dynamic capabilities approach
G Buenstorf, JP Murmann
Industrial and Corporate Change 14 (4), 543, 2005
Successful entrepreneurs minimize risk
JP Murmann, D Sardana
Australian Journal of Management 38 (1), 191-215, 2013
Knowledge and competitive advantage in the synthetic dye industry, 1850–1914: the coevolution of firms, technology, and national institutions in Great Britain, Germany, and the …
JP Murmann
Enterprise & Society 1 (4), 699-704, 2000
Innovation and entrepreneurship in India: An overview
S Bhagavatula, R Mudambi, JP Murmann
Management and Organization Review 15 (3), 467-493, 2019
The critique of empirical social science: New policies at Management and Organization Review
AY Lewin, CY Chiu, CF Fey, SS Levine, G McDermott, JP Murmann, ...
Management and Organization Review 12 (4), 649–658, 2016
The rise of China's digital economy: An overview
H Jiang, JP Murmann
Management and Organization Review 18 (4), 790-802, 2022
Alternative Paths to Competitive Advantage: A Fuzzy-Set Analysis of the Origins of Large Firms
J Järvinen, JA Lamberg, JP Murmann, J Ojala
Industry and innovation 16 (6), 545-574, 2009
From the technology cycle to the entrepreneurship dynamic
JP Murmann, ML Tushman
The entrepreneurship dynamic, 178-203, 2001
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