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Constance Helfat examines the impact of dynamic capabilities on firm performance and finds there are advantages to forgoing business as usual.
B. Espen Eckbo examines share price run-ups in merger negotiations and finds that neither side puts much stock into the rumors.
Manuel Adelino finds a new way to measure the effect of credit on home prices and offers new evidence that cheap credit alone was not to blame for the bubble.
Never underestimate the power of brand revitalization, says Tuck professor Kevin Keller.
Professor Ron Adner says having a great idea is not always enough to succeed.
To innovate for a country like India or China, you have to think very differently.
Scott Neslin and M. Eric Johnson unravel the mysteries behind Groupon’s unparalleled success—and discuss its possible agents of doom.