From imitation to imutation: Conditions and consequences
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We examine a neglected spectrum of activities, where imitation and innovation blend together. We refer to these firm activities as imutation, a mixture of imitation and mutation (transformation). The main purpose is to define and distinguish imutation from imitation and offer a framework revealing key conditions and outcomes of imutation.
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