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000227509 245__ $$aAt the Origins of Learning: Absorbing Knowledge Flows from within the Team
000227509 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2017$$aAmsterdam
000227509 269__ $$a2017
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000227509 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000227509 520__ $$aEmpirical studies document a positive effect of collaboration on team productivity. However, little has been done to assess how knowledge flows among team members. Our study addresses this issue by exploring unique rich data on a Swiss funding program promoting research team collaboration. We find that being involved in an established collaboration and team size foster the probability of an individual learning from the other team members. We also find that team members with limited experience are more likely to learn from experienced peers. Moreover, there is an inverted U-shaped effect of cognitive distance on the probability of learning from other team members.
000227509 6531_ $$aLearning
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000227509 700__ $$aAyoubi, Charles
000227509 700__ $$0247807$$g242486$$aPezzoni, Michele
000227509 700__ $$aVisentin, Fabiana$$g218152$$0245664
000227509 773__ $$j134$$tJournal of Economic Behavior and Organization$$q374-387
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