How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
Citations since 2017
7 Research Items
Research summary How do entrepreneurs on a sharing economy platform (SEP) with a limit to aggregate output (capacity constraints) respond to a platform design change emphasizing buyer feedback? Not all supply‐side complementors can diversify or scale their offerings. Focusing on those who can change the former, but not the latter, we examine how en...
Research Summary We study the effect of firm disruptions on competitor performance in the presence of shared resources in the U.S. airline industry. While scholars have investigated both the effects of industry‐wide and firm‐specific disruptions, little work has examined the effect on competitors, who are increasingly reliant on interconnected reso...
This paper examines the effect of an industry leader’s exploratory innovation, defined as the innovation embodying novel knowledge relative to the firm’s extant knowledge, on the performance of its direct competitors. We argue that an industry leader’s exploratory innovation can benefit its competitors, resulting in an average increase in competito...
We study the effect of firm disruptions on competitor performance in the presence of shared resources, and conditions under which competitors experience performance degradation. We propose that the impact of disruption is moderated by the routine complexity of both a disrupted firm and a competitor. We examine these questions in the context of the...
Research abstractThis paper reviews structural change in the automotive sector from 1997–2007. We find that, following internal framing contests, OEMs led efforts to change their sector's architecture, starting from both strong and weak competitive positions and working with suppliers to advocate a new vision based on modularity and outsourcing. As...
This paper explores the dynamics of value distribution within a sector, using data on the U.S. computer industry as an illustration. It provides exploratory quantitative evidence for the way in which conditions within the segments of a sector's value chain affect the profitability of those segments compared with the sector as a whole. To consider h...