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by Johann Peter Murmann
Author: Johann Peter Murmann
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Johann Peter Murmann's book is a major contribution to our understanding of the interrelations between technological change and industry evolution. Technology and Culture, Ray Stokes, director of the Centre for Business History, University of Glasgow. Entrepreneurs, managers, and policy makers must make decisions about a future that is inherently uncertain.
By Johann Peter Murmann (New York, Cambridge University Press, 2003) 267 pp. .Coevolution of Space, Knowledge and Milieu II. January 2009 · DISP
Article in Journal of Interdisciplinary History 38(1):98-99 · July 2007 with 2 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. January 2009 · DISP. This paper proposes that transactional governance and knowledge governance are intertwined in the determination of firm capability. We try to identify the initial conditions, key mechanisms and co-evolutionary consequences of transactional governance and knowledge governance. 1962); The Visible Hand: The Managerial Revolution in American Business (Cambridge, Mass
Johann Peter Murmann. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 18 February 2015. 1962); The Visible Hand: The Managerial Revolution in American Business (Cambridge, Mass. 12. Fligstein, Neil, The Transformation of Corporate Control (Cambridge, Mass.
Cambridge studies in the emergence of global enterprise). Comparing the fates of firms in the three countries, this study shows that firms depended on their social environment for resources to prevail against foreign competitors. Includes bibliographical references. In the case of Germany, firms were able professions across different countries (Gispen, 1989; Cocks and Jarausch, 1990; Jarausch, 1990; Lundgreen, 1990; Guilln, 1991) cannot but notice the importance of institutional differences. Similarly, scholars of comparative management such as Mauro Guilln (1994) frequently appeal in their explanations to institutional arguments.
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With this in mind, Johann Peter Murmann compares the development of the synthetic dye industry in Great Britain .
With this in mind, Johann Peter Murmann compares the development of the synthetic dye industry in Great Britain, Germany, and the United States through the lenses of evolutionary theory. The rise of this industry constitutes an important chapter in business, economic, and technological history because synthetic dyes, invented in 1856, were the first scientific discovery quickly to give rise to a new industry. Knowledge -, Knowledge, being a primitive fact of consciousness, cannot, strictly speaking, be defined; but the direct and spontaneous consciousness of knowing may be made clearer by pointing out its essential and distinctive characteristics Catholi. Catholic encyclopedia.
Knowledge and Competitive Advantage by Johann Peter Murmann . This study identifies differences in educational institutions and patent laws as the key reasons for German leadership in this industry.
The Coevolution of Firms, Technology, and National Institutions (Cambridge Studies in the Emergence of Global Enterprise). Successful firms had strong ties to the centers of organic chemistry knowledge.
J Peter Murman in ‘Knowledge and Competitive Advantage’ takes a historical perspective focusing on the co-evolutionary processes between national innovation systems, business strategies, and performance.