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Strategic Management

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Strategic Management

9781843762782 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Julian Birkinshaw, Professor and Chair of Strategic and International Management, London Business School, UK
Publication Date: 2005 ISBN: 978 1 84376 278 2 Extent: 1,080 pp
This authoritative new collection of previously published articles provides a solid and broad-minded overview of the field of strategic management in business studies. It includes the seminal writings of the leading scholars in the field, and covers six different schools of thought on the nature of business strategy. While the field is only 40 years old, there is now an enormous body of literature for a student of strategic management to get to grips with. This book pulls together the relevant strands of thinking to provide all the critical readings in a single source. Also included is an introduction written by Julian Birkinshaw, one of the leading figures in the field.

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This authoritative new collection of previously published articles provides a solid and broad-minded overview of the field of strategic management in business studies. It includes the seminal writings of the leading scholars in the field, and covers six different schools of thought on the nature of business strategy. While the field is only 40 years old, there is now an enormous body of literature for a student of strategic management to get to grips with. This book pulls together the relevant strands of thinking to provide all the critical readings in a single source. Also included is an introduction written by Julian Birkinshaw, one of the leading figures in the field.

The book will be essential reading for students of business. For MBA students it provides a definitive overview of the key bodies of thinking that have shaped the field. For PhD students it provides an invaluable starting point for their research by pulling together the contemporary and classical writings in their field of interest.
Critical Acclaim
‘This is a first-class collection of important articles on strategy by a “Who’s Who” of leading thinkers in the field. The accessibility and insights of the selected pieces make this well organized two-volume collection an absolutely indispensable resource for any scholar or practitioner who wants to understand the field of strategy in a fast-changing world.’
– Christopher A. Bartlett, Harvard Business School, US
Contributors
61 articles, dating from 1966 to 1999
Contributors include: J. Barney, R. Burgelman, A. Chandler, S. Ghoshal, G. Hamel, H. Mintzberg, M. Porter, C.K. Prahalad, R. Rumelt, D. Teece
Contents
Contents:
Volume I
Acknowledgements
Introduction Julian Birkinshaw
PART I COMPETITIVE STRATEGY
1. R.E. Caves and M.E. Porter (1977), ‘From Entry Barriers to Mobility Barriers: Conjectural Decisions and Contrived Deterrence to New Competition’
2. Michael E. Porter (1981), ‘The Contributions of Industrial Organization To Strategic Management’
3. Michael E. Porter (1979), ‘How Competitive Forces Shape Strategy’
4. Michael E. Porter (1996), ‘What is Strategy?’
5. Richard E. Caves and Pankaj Ghemawat (1992), ‘Identifying Mobility Barriers’
6. Alan I. Murray (1988), ‘A Contingency View of Porter’s “Generic Strategies”’
7. Karel Cool and Ingemar Dierickx (1993), ‘Rivalry, Strategic Groups and Firm Profitability’
8. John McGee and Howard Thomas (1986), ‘Strategic Groups: Theory, Research and Taxonomy’
9. Carl Shapiro (1989), ‘The Theory of Business Strategy’
10. Garth Saloner (1991), ‘Modeling, Game Theory, and Strategic Management’
11. Avinash Dixit (1980), ‘The Role of Investment in Entry-Deterrence’
12. Marvin B. Lieberman and David B. Montgomery (1988), ‘First-Mover Advantages’
PART II THE RESOURCE-BASED VIEW
13. Richard P. Rumelt (1991), ‘How Much Does Industry Matter?’
14. Birger Wernerfelt (1984), ‘A Resource-based View of the Firm’
15. S.A. Lippman and R.P. Rumelt (1982), ‘Uncertain Imitability: An Analysis of Interfirm Differences in Efficiency under Competition’
16. Ingemar Dierickx and Karel Cool (1989), ‘Asset Stock Accumulation and Sustainability of Competitive Advantage’
17. Jay B. Barney (1986), ‘Strategic Factor Markets: Expectations, Luck, and Business Strategy’
18. Jay Barney (1991), ‘Firm Resources and Sustained Competitive Advantage’
19. Raphael Amit and Paul J.H. Schoemaker (1993), ‘Strategic Assets and Organizational Rent’
20. Margaret A. Peteraf (1993), ‘The Cornerstones of Competitive Advantage: A Resource-based View’
21. C.K. Prahalad and Gary Hamel (1990), ‘The Core Competence of the Corporation’
22. George Stalk, Philip Evans and Lawrence E. Shulman (1992), ‘Competing on Capabilities: The New Rules of Corporate Strategy’
23. David J. Teece, Gary Pisano and Amy Shuen (1997), ‘Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic Management’
PART III CORPORATE STRATEGY
24. Benjamin Klein, Robert G. Crawford and Armen A. Alchian (1978), ‘Vertical Integration, Appropriable Rents, and the Competitive Contracting Process’
25. Kirk Monteverde and David J. Teece (1982), ‘Supplier Switching Costs and Vertical Integration in the Automobile Industry’
26. David J. Teece (1982), ‘Towards an Economic Theory of the Multiproduct Firm’
27. Richard P. Rumelt (1982), ‘Diversification Strategy and Profitability’
28. Cynthia A. Montgomery (1994), ‘Corporate Diversification’
29. Constantinos Markides and Peter J. Williamson (1994), ‘Related Diversification, Core Competences and Corporate Performance’
30. Alfred D. Chandler, Jr. (1991), ‘The Functions of the HQ Unit in the Multibusiness Firm’
31. David J. Collis and Cynthia A. Montgomery (1998), ’Creating Corporate Advantage’
32. Michael Goold and Andrew Campbell (1998), ’Desperately Seeking Synergy’
33. Andrew Campbell, Michael Goold and Marcus Alexander (1995), ‘Corporate Strategy: The Quest for Parenting Advantage’
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Volume II
Acknowledgements
An introduction by the editor to both volumes appears in Volume I
PART I THE STRATEGY PROCESS
1. Robert A. Burgelman (1983), ‘A Model of the Interaction of Strategic Behavior, Corporate Context, and the Concept of Strategy’
2. James Brian Quinn (1978), ‘Strategic Change: “Logical Incrementalism”’
3. Richard T. Pascale (1984), ‘Perspectives on Strategy: The Real Story Behind Honda’s Success’
4. Henry Mintzberg and James A. Waters (1985), ‘Of Strategies, Deliberate and Emergent’
5. Sumantra Ghoshal and Christopher A. Bartlett (1994), ‘Linking Organizational Context and Managerial Action: The Dimensions of Quality of Management’
6. William Ocasio (1997), ‘Towards an Attention-based View of the Firm’
PART II INNOVATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND RENEWAL
7. W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne (1997), ‘Value Innovation: The Strategic Logic of High Growth’
8. Constantinos Markides (1997), ‘Strategic Innovation’
9. Clayton M. Christensen and Joseph L. Bower (1996), ‘Customer Power, Strategic Investment, and the Failure of Leading Firms’
10. Gary Hamel (1999), ‘Bringing Silicon Valley Inside’
11. Wesley M. Cohen and Daniel A. Levinthal (1990), ‘Absorptive Capacity: A New Perspective on Learning and Innovation’
12. Dorothy Leonard-Barton (1992), ‘Core Capabilities and Core Rigidities: A Paradox in Managing New Product Development’
13. Michael L. Tushman and Phillip Anderson (1986), ‘Technological Discontinuities and Organizational Environments’
14. Rebecca M. Henderson and Kim B. Clark (1990), ‘Architectural Innovation: The Reconfiguration of Existing Product Technologies and the Failure of Established Firms’
15. James G. March (1991), ‘Exploration and Exploitation in Organizational Learning’
16. Elaine Romanelli and Michael L. Tushman (1994), ‘Organizational Transformation as Punctuated Equilibrium: An Empirical Test’
17. C.K. Prahalad and Richard A. Bettis (1986), ‘The Dominant Logic: A New Linkage Between Diversity and Performance’
18. Larry E. Greiner (1972), ‘Evolution and Revolution as Organizations Grow’
19. Bruce Kogut and Udo Zander (1992), ‘Knowledge of the Firm, Combinative Capabilities, and the Replication of Technology’
PART III GLOBAL STRATEGY
20. Raymond Vernon (1966), ‘International Investment and International Trade in the Product Cycle’
21. Raymond Vernon (1979), ‘The Product Cycle Hypothesis in a New International Environment’
22. John H. Dunning (1980), ‘Toward an Eclectic Theory of International Production: Some Empirical Tests’
23. David J. Teece (1981), ‘The Multinational Enterprise: Market Failure and Market Power Considerations’
24. Michael E. Porter (1986), ‘Changing Patterns of International Competition’
25. George S. Yip (1989), ‘Global Strategy… In a World of Nations?’
26. Christopher A. Bartlett and Sumantra Ghoshal (1987), ‘Managing across Borders: New Strategic Requirements’
27. Sumantra Ghoshal (1987), ‘Global Strategy: An Organizing Framework’
28. Julian Birkinshaw, Allen Morrison and John Hulland (1995), ‘Structural and Competitive Determinants of a Global Integration Strategy’
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