Management Innovation, Market Learning, Emerging Countries
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Building on organizational learning and management innovation theories, this study examines how firms in emerging economies realize management innovation. The relationship between external learning and management innovation is investigated. The propositions that market exploratory and exploitative learning both have a positive effect on the management innovation are proposed. The paper contributes to organizational learning and management innovation theories by explaining through external learning how firms in emerging economies realize management innovation.