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Human capital and learning as a source of sustainable competitive advantage
NW Hatch, JH Dyer
Strategic management journal 25 (12), 1155-1178, 2004
23222004
Relation‐specific capabilities and barriers to knowledge transfers: creating advantage through network relationships
JH Dyer, NW Hatch
Strategic management journal 27 (8), 701-719, 2006
15752006
Researching corporate social responsibility: An agenda for the 21st century
PC Godfrey, NW Hatch
Journal of business ethics 70, 87-98, 2007
8242007
Process innovation and learning by doing in semiconductor manufacturing
NW Hatch, DC Mowery
Management Science 44 (11-part-1), 1461-1477, 1998
5551998
Using supplier networks to learn faster
JH Dyer, NW Hatch
MIT Sloan management review, 2004
4742004
Toward a general theory of CSRs: The roles of beneficence, profitability, insurance, and industry heterogeneity
PC Godfrey, NW Hatch, JM Hansen
Business & Society 49 (2), 316-344, 2010
1612010
Alternatives for managing drought: a comparative cost analysis
A Fisher, D Fullerton, N Hatch, P Reinelt
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 29 (3), 304-320, 1995
791995
Dual-track versus single-track sell-outs: An empirical analysis of competing harvest strategies
JC Brau, NK Sutton, NW Hatch
Journal of Business Venturing 25 (4), 389-402, 2010
752010
7 Managing the Development and Transfer of Process Technologies in the Semiconductor Manufacturing 97
MM Appleyard, NW Hatch, DC Mowery
The nature and dynamics of organizational capabilities, 183, 2001
632001
Competing against free
DJ Bryce, JH Dyer, NW Hatch
Harvard Business Review 89 (6), 104-+, 2011
582011
Price and non-price influences on water conservation: an econometric model of aggregate demand under nonlinear budget constraint
L Corral, AC Fisher, NW Hatch
571999
A Toyota e as redes de aprendizado
JH Dyer, NW Hatch
HSM Management 47, 164-172, 2004
182004
Learning effects in semiconductor fabrication
N Hatch, S Reichelstein
Competitive Semiconductor Manufacturing Program Report CSM-33, University of …, 1994
151994
NETWORK-SPECIFIC CAPABILITIES, NETWORK BARRIERS TO KNOWLEDGE TRANSFERS, AND COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE.
JH Dyer, NW Hatch
Academy of Management Proceedings 2004 (1), V1-V6, 2004
142004
A computational simulation-based framework for estimating potential product impact during product design
CS Mabey, AG Armstrong, CA Mattson, JL Salmon, NW Hatch, EC Dahlin
Design Science 7, e15, 2021
132021
Design rules, volume 1: The power of modularity
NW Hatch
Academy of Management Review 26 (1), 130-133, 2001
122001
Over-design versus redesign as a response to future requirements
JD Allen, PD Stevenson, CA Mattson, NW Hatch
Journal of Mechanical Design 141 (3), 031101, 2019
82019
When Does Competitive Advantage Improve Customer Welfare?
NW Hatch, C Howland
Academy of Management Proceedings 2015 (1), 18091, 2015
82015
Mitigating the tradeoff between time-to-market and manufacturing performance: knowledge management in developing new technologies
NW Hatch, JT Macher
Working paper, 2005
62005
Knowledge management in developing new technologies: Mitigating the tradeoff between time-to-market and manufacturing performance
NW Hatch, JT Marcher
Proc 2nd World Conf on Prod and Oper Manag, Cancun, Mexico 30, 2004
52004
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