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Corporate Board Interlocks and New Product Introductions (Srinivasan, Wuyts, and Mallapragada)

Firm’s board interlocks represent bridges to valuable market intelligence that could be used in developing incremental innovations and thus, could lead to new product developments and introductions. By analyzing new product introductions of 30 firms over the period of 1997 to 2012, Srinivasan et al. (2018) have found that the strength of the positive relationship between board interlocks and new product introductions depends on the board composition.

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