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In western countries, organizational coordination is regarded as a root for better competitive advantage, by supporting firm to have more differentiated competitive actions. This paper, by empirically testing Chinese firms from three industries, found out that coordination has a negative moderating effect between complexity of repertoire and performance. The conclusion enriched the analysis framework of competitive action (or repertoire) decision, and brought better understanding of firm competitive behavior in emerging economies.
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Author(s): Pi Shenglei
Repertoire, Competitive Complexity, Coordination