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Typologies are an important way of organizing the complex cause-effect relationships that are key building blocks of the strategy and organization literatures. Here, I develop a novel theoretical perspective of causal core and periphery based on how elements of a configuration are connected to outcomes. Using data on high-technology firms, I empirically investigate configurations based on the Miles & Snow typology using fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (fsQCA). My findings show howdoi:10.5465/amj.2011.60263120 fatcat:e7mhzfetvfb3pbepl75txwyv24