Managing Intellectual Capital: Organizational, Strategic, and Policy Dimensions

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Index
Abernathy, William J. 69 , 97 , 98
action plans 27-8
agencies, antitrust 159-60 , 163 , 165 , 169 , 186-7 , 189-90
Airbus 61
airline routes 141
Alchien, A. 48
Alcoa 65
alliances:
antitrust policy 161
governance 53-4 , 57 , 59 , 61-5
imitation 122-3
knowledge economy 3 , 23 , 28 , 31
licensing 148
market entry 104 , 106 , 109
market and organization 49
outsourcing 125-6 , 131-4
semi-conductor case studies 206 , 213
Anderson, Philip 72 , 230
anticompetitive conduct 182-8
antitrust policy 144 , 159-90
semi-conductor case studies 193 , 198 , 200 , 203 , 213 , 222-3
Apple 93 , 102-3 , 110 , 130
apprenticeship 13-14
appropriability:
antitrust policy 172-3 , 181
governance 57-9 , 62
imitation 118-21
knowledge economy 16-22
licensing 150-3
market entry 93-6 , 98-9 , 104 , 106-8
market and organization 39
appropriation 135-6
Archer, G. 196 , 197
architectures, product 10-11 , 129-31
Areeda, Philip 183
Armour, H. 47
Arrow, K. J. 39 , 48 , 55
Arthur, Brian 8
assessment 49-51
AT&T 198-203 , 205-6 , 211 , 215-17 , 223
automobile industry 14 , 18 , 97 , 99 , 127 , 186
autonomous innovation 12 , 46 , 62-4 , 69 , 126-8
autonomous-systemic knowledge 14-15
autonomy 8 , 49 , 57 , 59 , 166
avionics 105
bargaining 9 , 151 , 169 , 220 , 222
Baxter, William 185
Beethoven, Ludwig van 149
behaviour 36-7 , 47 , 69-81 , 84-5
Bell Laboratories 198-9 , 204 , 217
benefits, social and Pilkington float glass 225 , 231-5
Bercovitz, Janet L. 69-87
Boeing 93 , 119
Borrus, M. et al.217
boundaries, organizational 10 , 21 , 29-30 , 37 , 46 , 49 , 63-4 , 67 , 105-6 , 150
Bowmar 92-3
Boyer, C. 201 , 202
breakout 56
Brealey, Richard 76
Brock, G. 198
bundling 185-6
un- 9 , 12 , 28 , 122
bureaucracy 28 , 48 , 56 , 63 , 69-71 , 84-6 , 125
Burgelman, R. A. 56 , 71
Buzzell, Robert 73
California University patents and royalties 154-5
cannibalism 79 , 228
Canon 102 , 201-2
capabilities:
decision making 70 , 72 , 78 , 84-5
governance 59 , 61-7
imitation 117-18 , 122
knowledge economy 19 , 29-30
licensing 146-7
market entry 102 , 105 , 109 , 111
market and organization 37 , 45

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