Should We Fear Big Tech?

In the News: July 29, 2017

David Teece discusses competition law, “disruption” and the potential impact of technology on the economy, employment, privacy, news, and income inequality.

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Transforming to a Knowledge Economy

Events and Engagements: February 21, 2016

David Teece presented “The Role of Innovation Ecosystems and Dynamic Capabilities.” He reviewed the elements of national clusters of innovation, discussed the birth of clusters, and highlighted factors relevant to Kuwait on a national level and the importance of adopting a “dynamic capabilities” approach at a company level.

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Global Clusters of Innovation

In the News: October 2, 2014

Global Clusters of Innovation, released in the UK today by Edward Elgar Publishing, takes a new tack in examining the growth of our global innovation economy—gathering together an international team of experts to examine the reasons for growth in their home areas.

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Japanese Edition of “Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic Management” is Forthcoming from Oxford University Press

In the News: February 15, 2013

“I am honored that there is sufficient interest in my work in Japan to justify a Japanese translation of Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic Management. Although there are important differences between the business contexts in Japan and the United States, Japanese firms must function in the same turbulent environments as firms in the United States or Europe. The dynamic capabilities framework is not tied to a specific set of operational or institutional circumstances. Instead, it is designed to help top management analyze, respond, and even shape these environments in order to build sustainable competitive advantage. For this reason, the logic of dynamic capabilities should apply as much in Japan as elsewhere.

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