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eBook Population-Level Learning and Industry Change (Advances in Strategic Management) (Advances in Strategic Management) ePub

by Glenda Baum,Baum,Joel A. C. Baum

  • ISBN: 0762305002
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Glenda Baum,Baum,Joel A. C. Baum
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited (August 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 326
  • ePub book: 1560 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1989 kb
  • Other: txt rtf lit docx
  • Rating: 4.5
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The scope of the field is defined broadly

The scope of the field is defined broadly. The domain of the series encompasses, but is not limited to, corporate and business unit strategy, strategic organization and process, strategic alliances and networks, and competitive dynamics

The domain of the series encompasses, but is not limited to, corporate and business unit strategy, strategic organization and process, alliances and networks, and competitive dynamics. The series is committed to expanding the scope of Strategic Management theory and analysis and enriching practice by: Encouraging multitheoretical approaches that span multiple social science disciplines.

Series: Advances in Strategic Management (Book 21. in Books Business & Money Management & Leadership Strategy & Competition.

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Population-Level Learning and Industry Change. Economics Meets Sociology in Strategic Management. Strategic management as a fish-scale multiscience (. Entrepreneurial capacity and the growth of chain organizations (P. Ingram). Economic performance, strategic position and vulnerability to ecological pressures among US interstate motor carriers (. Paradigm shift: the parallel origin, evolution, and function of strategic group with the resource-based theory of the firm (.

Competence Explanations of Economic Profits in Strategic Management: Some Policy Implications, in J. Ellig (E., Dynamic Competition and Public Policy. Cambridge University Press, 2001, pp. 45-64. The Resource-Based View: Origins and Implications, in M. A. Hitt, R. E. Freeman, J. S. Harrison, The Blackwell Handbook of Strategic Management. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers In. 2001, pp. 124-188, with Asli Arikan.

Professor of Strategic Management. Advances in Strategic Management. Business Strategy over the Industry Life Cycle. Baum, Joel A. C. and Anita M. McGahan (ed. Advances in Strategic Management (JAI/Elsevier). Degrees: PhD, University of Toronto MBA, University of Toronto BA (Hons. It's All in the Name: Failure-induced Learning by Multiunit Chains. Geography and Strategy. and Olav Sorenson (ed. Companion to Organizations.

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Автор: Baum Название: Advances In Strategic Management V15 ISBN . This book includes a chapter on social learning and transaction cost economics.

This book includes a chapter on social learning and transaction cost economics.

Any system for giving good advice has to maintain a tension between telling the truth and not being heard, on the one hand, and telling what can be heard but is not true, on the other. In such a system, the role of academic researchers is not so much to give advice as it is to generate knowledge and to provide critical commentary on advice that is given. Along the way, an academic tries to counteract the natural tendency of advice givers to become more attentive to the hearing of their clients than to the knowledge underlying what they say. This book is in that tradition. It honors the noble tradition of giving advice on strategic management and organizational learning by exploring some elements of fundamental knowledge that might inform such advice.