Organizational Theory and Entrepreneurship
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This paper discusses the differences between innovation and imitation in entrepreneurship. It specifically looks at these concepts in the light of organizational theory. The paper concludes that both imitation and innovation are ways by which knowledge can be diffused within the organization or, often in the present, between different organizations.
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