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THEORETICAL BACKGROUND AND HYPOTHESES
EMPIRICAL CONTEXT AND METHODS
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adaptation and selection Amadeus database analysis area of operation Belarus Bulgaria Capital Intense Industry change processes Communist era founded competitive Competitors constraints Cronbach's alpha Customers developed Djankov and Murrell dummy variable economic shock European Union examining Exports External Knowledge Transfer F-Statistic firm's management firms founded foreign ownership founding conditions founding economic environment founding environment free market hierarchical knowledge transfer horizontal knowledge transfer impact implementing change important increase independent variable indicate internal knowledge acquisition knowledge acquisition routines knowledge transfer routines Kyivan Rus levels Lithuania market knowledge acquisition Model organizational change organizational imprinting ownership structure p-value Poland post-shock founded firms pre-shock founded firms predicted public knowledge acquisition R-Squared received in writing received through discussions relationship results for Hypothesis six knowledge routines Soviet success in implementing success of change Suppliers survey survivor bias Table Top management transitional economies U-shaped Ukraine Ukrainian undertake change usage