Configuration of value chain activities: The effect of pre-entry capabilities, transactions hazard and industry evolution on the decision to internalize

We integrate insights from organizational capabilities, organizational economics, and industry evolution to examine industry entrants’ boundary choices about value chain activities, and test hypotheses in 1978–2009 data from a sample of U.S. bioethanol producers. Abstract and download

Do modular products lead to modular organizations?

This paper provide one of the first empirical tests of the tacit assumption that increased product modularity is associated with advantageous increases in organizational modularity. Abstract and download