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Culture As A Driving Force For Interfirm Adaptation: A Chinese Case

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The existing IMP wisdom points to the "five metaphors" (investment, decision-making, political process, learning, and evolution) as the cognitive map for understanding interfinn adaptations. Based on a case study, this paper, however, argues that culture is a significant force driving interfirm adaptations. The paper suggests adding a new metaphor the culture metaphor to better understand the workings of adaptations in interfinn relationships.

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