Robert Cole

University of California, Berkeley - Organizational Behavior & Industrial Relations Group

Berkeley, CA 94720

United States

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Scholarly Papers (4)

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From a Firm-Based to a Community-Based Model of Knowledge Creation: The Case of the Linux Kernel Development

Organization Science, Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 633-649, 2003
Number of pages: 18 Posted: 08 Dec 2006
Gwendolyn K. Lee and Robert Cole
University of Florida - Warrington College of Business Administration and University of California, Berkeley - Organizational Behavior & Industrial Relations Group
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Open Source Software Development, Innovation, Knowledge Creation

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Social and Structural Barriers to the IT Revolution in High-Tech Industries

D. Rtischev and R. Cole, “Social and Structural Barriers to the IT Revolution in High-Tech Industries” in J. M. Bachnik, ed., “Roadblocks on the Information Highway: The IT Revolution in Japanese Education” Studies of Modern Japan, Lexington Books, Oxford, 2003, Chapter 6, pp. 127-153
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 20 Apr 2012
Dimitry Rtischev and Robert Cole
Gakushuin University and University of California, Berkeley - Organizational Behavior & Industrial Relations Group
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entrepreneurship, ventures, innovation, Silicon Valley, Japan

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Rejoinder to Berggren's Critique

Sloan Management Review, Vol. 35, No. 2, pp. 45-49
Posted: 12 Apr 2007
Paul S. Adler and Robert Cole
University of Southern California - Management and Organization Department and University of California, Berkeley - Organizational Behavior & Industrial Relations Group

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Designed for Learning: A Tale of Two Auto Plants

Sloan Management Review, Vol. 34, No. 3, p. 85, Spring 1993
Posted: 12 Apr 2007
Paul S. Adler and Robert Cole
University of Southern California - Management and Organization Department and University of California, Berkeley - Organizational Behavior & Industrial Relations Group

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