By Klaus Jennewein
The publication investigates the interaction of brand name fairness and technological resources on the company point. In a grounded concept strategy it develops a version of ways businesses in expertise in depth industries can enhance the appropriation of the returns in their intangible technological resources with the aid of model fairness and hence increase their competitiveness. The theoretical discussions are supported via huge case reports on Bayer Aspirin and Cisco platforms in addition to an in depth econometric research. The constructed version issues out how the strategic relevance of immaterial technological resources and model fairness improve alongside the technology-life-cycle and exhibits how businesses can, through an built-in know-how and model fairness administration, applicable the returns in their preliminary technological virtue within the long-run. the results of the findings for company businesses in addition to researchers are in actual fact revealed.
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