Specific Human Capital as a Source of Superior Team Performance

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Egon Franck; Stephan Nüesch; Jan Pieper;

In this paper, we empirically investigate the performance effect of team-specific human capital in highly interactive teams. Based on the tenets of the resource-based view of the firm and on the ideas of typical learning functions, we hypothesize that team members’ shar... View more
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