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Three questions for mapping and developing strategic management perspectives on international business

Author: Kim, W. Chan INSEAD Area: Strategy In: International business: an emerging vision - Toyne, Brian;Nigh, Douglas - 1997 - Book Language: EnglishDescription: p. 501-506.Type of document: INSEAD ChapterNote: Please ask the Library for this chapterAbstract: This paper provides a normative framework for assessing the usefulness of applying strategic management perspectives to the study of international management issues. This framework, which is couched in three generic questions, is applied to examine the value of two new approaches, the evolutionary and the population ecologist perspectives, to the study of international management issues. The application of this framework reveals that while international management literature needs to pay more attention to the explanatory and predictive roles of theory, the use of strategic management perspectives without establishing their unique suitability to address the problems of international management is a futile academic exercise
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This paper provides a normative framework for assessing the usefulness of applying strategic management perspectives to the study of international management issues. This framework, which is couched in three generic questions, is applied to examine the value of two new approaches, the evolutionary and the population ecologist perspectives, to the study of international management issues. The application of this framework reveals that while international management literature needs to pay more attention to the explanatory and predictive roles of theory, the use of strategic management perspectives without establishing their unique suitability to address the problems of international management is a futile academic exercise

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