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Managing In The Modular Age: Architectures, Networks, and Organizations by Richard N. Langlois, Arun Kumaraswamy, Raghu Garud

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Elsevier Science for M. L. Tushman and J. P. Murmann, "Dominant designs, technological cycles and organizational outcomes" in B. Staw and L. L. Cummings, eds. Research in Organizational Behavior, vol. 20 (1998) pp. 232–66; Nicholas Economids, "The economics of networks," International Journal of Industrial Organization, 14:6 (1996) pp. 673–99; Richard N. Langlois and Paul L. Robertson, "Networks and innovation in a modular system: Lessons from the microcomputer and stereo component industries," Research Policy, 21 (1992) pp. 297–313; and K. Ulrich, "The role of product architecture in the manufacturing firm," Research Policy, 24 (1995) pp. 419–40;

Harvard Business Review for C. Y. Baldwin and K. B. Clark, "Managing in an age of modularity," Harvard Business Review, Sept/Oct (1997) pp. 84–93. Copyright © 1997 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College;

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