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Furr, Nathan R. and Snow, Daniel (2015) The Prius Approach. Harvard Business Review, 93 (11). pp. 102-107. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Pierce, J. Lamar, Snow, Daniel and McAfee, Andrew (2015) Cleaning House: The Impact of Information Technology on Employee Corruption and Performance. Management Science, 61 (10). pp. 2299-2319. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Furr, Nathan R and Snow, Daniel (2015) Inter-Generational Hybrids: Spillbacks, Spillforwards, and Surviving Technology Discontinuities. Organization Science, 26 (2). pp. 475-493. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Adner, Ron and Snow, Daniel (2010) Bold retreat: A new strategy for old technologies. Harvard Business Review, 88 (3). pp. 76-81. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Adner, Rod and Snow, Daniel (2010) Old technology responses to new technology threats: demand heterogeneity and technology retreat. Industrial and Corporate Change, 19 (5). pp. 1655-1675. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Carty, Matthew J., Chan, Rodney, Huckman, Robert, Snow, Daniel, Orgill, Dennis P. and Hidalgo, David A. (2009) A detailed analysis of the reduction mammaplasty learning curve: A statistical process model for approaching surgical performance improvement. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 124 (3). pp. 706-714. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Snow, Daniel (2008) Beware of Old Technologies’ Last Gasps. Harvard Business Review, 86 (1). pp. 17-18. Link to full text available through this repository.
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Snow, Daniel and Taylor, Stan A. (1997) Cold War spies: Why they spied and how they got caught. Intelligence and National Security, 12 (2). pp. 101-125. Link to full text available through this repository.
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