According to the knowledge-based view (KBV
), knowledge is what ultimately distinguishes one firm from another in terms of the firm's ability to generate rents (Felin and Hesterly 2007).
The comprehensive review of literature suggested that resource-based view (RBV), relational view (RV), and knowledge-based view (KBV
) of the firm provide the required theoretical underpinnings.
The national Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians fears above all that the involvement of private capital could lead to a--commercialization of the medical profession" (Flintrop/Korzilius 2008; KBV
Such relationships create unique knowledge-sharing contexts that blur internal and external knowledge sharing, and as such they form a unique context to study the tenets put forth by the KBV
is an extension of RBV (Spender, 1996; Guillen, 2000; Rivard et al., 2006).
Nordman and Melen (2008) refer to the KBV
in suggesting both international and technological knowledge influence born-globals to discover and exploit new opportunities.
[ClickPress, Mon Apr 30 2018] According to a new report Global Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Market (2017-2023), published by KBV
Research, the global Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Market is expected to attain a market size of $89.9 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 25% during the forecast period.
Increasingly, knowledge-based view (KBV
) studies have been criticized for emphasizing the collective level of analysis to the neglect of individual level variables, which have the potential to enrich knowledge creation theory by integrating micro-foundations of organizational learning processes (Abell et al.