PART 1 ECOLOGIES OF LEARNING AND INTRAPRENEURSHIP
The Three Faces of Corporate Renewal
Mimetic Learning and the Evolution of Organizational Populations
PART 2 THE EVOLUTIONARY DYNAMICS OF NEW INDUSTRY CREATION
Resource Partitioning, the Founding of Specialist Firms and Innovation
The Community Dynamics of Entrepreneurship: The Birth of the American Film Industry, 1895-1929
PART 3 THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONS IN NEW INDUSTRY EMERGENCE
Legal Environments and the Population Dynamics of Entrepreneurship
Industry Creation, Legitimacy and Foundings
Organizational Dynamics of Creative Destruction
STEPHEN MEZIAS is a leading researcher in the field of organizational theory and an associate professor of management at New York University. He received his PhD in Organizational Behaviour from Stanford University.
ELIZABETH BOYLE is a doctoral candidate in management at New York University. Her work focuses on entrepreneurship as a systems level phenomenon and on competitive decision making.
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