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More Exploration and Less Exploitation: Cultivating Blockbuster Papers for MOR

  • Johann Peter Murmann (a1)
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Let me invite you to travel in your mind to the year 2030. Imagine that you are one of the Senior Editors of MOR and have been asked by the Editor-in-Chief to write a short retrospective on the previous 15 years.

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