B. Curtis Eaton's scientific contributions

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... In this literature, a group of scholars has focused on how firms' dynamic capabilities not only can provide momentary competitive advantage but also sustain it (Teece et al., 1997;Eisenhardt and Martin, 2000;Helfat and Peteraf, 2009;Pisano, 2017). These dynamic capabilities, which emerge from path-dependent processes (Nelson and Winter, 1982), involve a firm's organizational routines (Winter, 2000) that enable it to continuously recombine its existing resources (Reed and Defillippi, 1990), develop new ones (Zollo and Winter, 2002), and match (Teece, 2010) those capabilities to the challenges posed by outside competitors and markets. Research to date has largely failed to explore if theories of core competencies and dynamic capabilities of the firm have relevance in the context of nations. ...