Managerial capacity in the innovation process and firm profitability

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Giovanni Cerulli ; Bianca Potì (2013)
  • Subject: Innovation, Firm profitability, Managerial capacity, Firm capabilities, Evolutionary/Neo-Schumpeterian theory, Stochastic frontier analysis, Quantile regression
    • jel: jel:D22 | jel:C22 | jel:O31

This paper studies at firm level the relation between managerial capacity in doing innovation and profitability. Moving along the intersection between the evolutionary/neo-Schumpeterian theory and the Resource-Based-View of the firm, we prove econometrically that manage... View more
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