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Fundamentals of business strategy

Author: Augier, Mie ; Teece, David J. Series: Sage library in business and management Publisher: Sage, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 25 cm.ISBN: 9781412901062Type of document: BookNote: HASH(0x393b2a8)Bibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical referencesContents Note: Vol.1, 350 p. ; Vol.2, 436 p. ; Vol.3 , 309 p. ; Vol.4, 334 p. ; Vol.5, 348 p. ; Vol.6, 421 p.
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Includes bibliographical references

Vol.1, 350 p. ; Vol.2, 436 p. ; Vol.3 , 309 p. ; Vol.4, 334 p. ; Vol.5, 348 p. ; Vol.6, 421 p.

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Fundamentals of Business Strategy Contents Appendix of Sources Editor's Introduction xi xxiii VOLUME 1 Part 1: Foundations of Business Strategy 1. Economic Analysis and Strategic Management David J. Teece 2. The Nature of the Firm R. H. Coase 3. Rational Decision Making in Business Organizations Herbert A. Simon 4. Organizational Behavior James G. March and Herbert A. Simon with the collaboration of Harold Guetzkow 5. Transaction-Cost Economics: The Governance of Contractual Relations Oliver E. Williamson 6. Production, Information Costs, and Economic Organization Armen A. Alchian and Harold Demsetz 7. Four Formal(izable) Theories of the Firm? Robert Gibbons 8. Evolutionary Theorizing in Economics Richard R. Nelson and Sidney G. Winter 9. An Epilogue Richard M. Cyert and James G. March 10. Research on the Business Firm Limits to the Growth and Size of Firms Edith Penrose 11. A Legal Basis for the Firm Scott E. Masten 12. Costly and Bounded Rationality in Individual and Team Decision-Making Roy Radner 13. Team Theory, Garbage Cans and Real Organizations: Some History and Prospects of Economic Research on Decision-Making in Organizations Robert Gibbons 14. Organizations and Markets Herbert A. Simon 15. The Great Opportunity ­ I Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. 16. The Beginnings of "Big Business" in American Industry Alfred D. Chandler, Jr. 17. Business Objectives and Survival Needs: Notes on a Discipline of Business Enterprise Peter F Drucker 3 23 37 62 70 94 115 162 184 205 215 231 259 290 307 317 341 VOLUME 2 Part 1: Foundations of Business Strategy (continued) 18. The Vanishing Hand: The Changing Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism Richard N. Langlois 19. The Circular Flow of Economic Life as Conditioned by Given Circumstances Joseph A. Schumpeter 20. "Historical Setting" and "Du Pont -- Creating the Autonomous Divisions" Alfred D. Chandler, Jr. 21. The Enduring Logic of Industrial Success Alfred D. Chandler 22. The Dynamics of Industrial Capitalism: Perspectives on Alfred Chandler's Scale and Scope David J. Teece 23. Entrepreneurship in Economic Theory William J. Baumol 24. The Population Ecology of Organizations Michael T. Hannan and John Freeman 25. Strategy and Organizational Evolution Herbert A. Simon 26. The Evolution of Evolution James G. March 27. What is Strategy? Michael E. Porter 28. Fundamental Issues in Strategy Richard P Rumelt, Dan E. Schendel and David J. Teece 29. Redirecting Research in Business Policy and Strategy Colin Camerer 30. Of Strategies, Deliberate and Emergent Henry Mintzberg and James A. Waters 31. Patterns in Strategy Formation Henry Mintzberg 32. Competencies, Capabilities and the Neoschumpeterian Tradition Mie Augier and David J. Teece 33. From Competitive Advantage to Corporate Strategy Michael E. Porter Part 2: Industry Analysis and Competitive Strategy 3 33 67 153 168 199 206 236 251 262 288 314 330 347 364 384 34. Relation of Profit Rate to Industry Concentration: American Manufacturing, 1936-1940 Joe S. Bain 413 VOLUME 3 Part 2: Industry Analysis and Competitive Strategy (continued) 35. Industry Structure, Market Rivalry, and Public Policy Harold Demsetz 36. From Entry Barriers to Mobility Barriers: Conjectural Decisions and Contrived Deterrence to New Competition R. E. Caves and M. E. Porter 3 10 37. The Contributions of Industrial Organization to Strategic Management Michael E. Porter 38. The Theory of Business Strategy Carl Shapiro 39. The Role of Investment in Entry-Deterrence Avinash Dixit 40. Uncertain Imitability: An Analysis of Interfirm Differences in Efficiency under Competition S. A. Lippman and R. P. Rumelt 41. Supplier Switching Costs and Vertical Integration in the Automobile Industry Kirk Monteverde and David J. Teece 42. Do Markets Differ Much? Richard Schmalensee 43. Sustainable Advantage Pankaj Ghemawat 44. Reputation and Corporate Strategy: A Review of Recent Theory and Applications Keith Weigelt and Colin Camerer 45. Complementarities and Fit: Strategy, Structure, and Organizational Change in Manufacturing Paul Milgrom and John Roberts 46. The Economics of Modern Manufacturing: Technology, Strategy, and Organization Paul Milgrom and John Roberts 47. Visionaries, Managers and Strategic Direction Julio J. Rotemberg and Garth Saloner 48. How Much Does Industry Matter? Richard P. Rumelt 49. How Much Does Industry Matter, Really? Anita M. McGahan and Michael E. Porter 50. Value-Based Business Strategy Adam M. Brandenburger and Harborne W Stuart, Jr. 51. Industrial Economics: An Overview Richard Schmalensee 27 42 57 70 95 103 116 125 140 165 187 212 236 256 272 VOLUME 4 Part 2: Industry Analysis and Competitive Strategy (continued) 52. The Right Game: Use Game Theory to Shape Strategy Adam M. Brandenburger and Barry .J. Nalebuff 53. The Meaning of Monopoly: Antitrust Analysis in High-Technology Industries David J. Teece and Mary Coleman 54. Benefits of Narrow Business Strategies Julio J. Rotemberg and Garth Saloner 55. Identifying Mobility Barriers Richard E. Caves and Pankaj Ghemawat 56. Strategic Group Formation and Performance: The Case of the U.S. Pharmaceutical Industry, 1963-1982 Karel O. Cool and Dan Schendel 57. A Historical Comparison of Resource-Based Theory and Five Schools of Thought within Industrial Organization Economics: Do We Have a New Theory of the Firm? Kathleen R. Conner 3 23 56 79 94 120 Part 3: The Resource Competences Based Approach to Strategy 58. Towards an Economic Theory of the Multiproduct Firm David J. Teece 59. A Resource-Based View of the Firm Birger Wernerfelt 60. Firm Resources and Sustained Competitive Advantage Jay Barney 61. The Resource-Based View of the Firm: Ten Years after 1991 Jay Barney, Mike Wright, David J. Ketchen, Jr 62. Determinants of Firm Performance: The Relative Importance of Economic and Organizational Factors Gray S. Hansen and Birger Wernerfelt 63. What is an Attractive Industry? Birger Wernerfelt and Cynthia A. Montgomery 64. Why Do Firms Differ, and How Does It Matter? Richard R. Nelson 65. The Evolution of New Industries and the Determinants of Market Structure Steven Klepper and Elizabeth Graddy 66. Strategic Assets and Organizational Rent Raphael Amit and Paul J. H. Schoemaker 67. A Resource-Based Theory of Sustainable Rents Joseph T Mahoney 68. Sustainable Competitive Advantage: Combining Institutional and Resource-Based Views Christine Oliver 157 179 190 210 225 240 249 267 288 305 314 VOLUME 5 Part 3: The Resource Competences Based Approach to Strategy (continued) 69. Is the Resource-Based "View" A Useful Perspective for Strategic Management Research? Richard L. Priem and John E. Butler 70. A Bargaining Perspective on Resource Advantage Steven A. Lippman and Richard P Rumelt 71. Asset Stock Accumulation and Sustainability of Competitive Advantage Ingemar Dierickx and Karel Cool 72. The Resource-Based Tangle: Towards a Sustainable Explanation of Competitive Advantage Nicolai J. Foss and Thorbjørn Knudsen 73. Semiglobalization and International Business Strategy Pankaj Ghemawat 74. Competing on Resources: Strategy in the 1990s DavidJ. Collis and Cynthia A. Montgomery 75. Theory and Research in Strategic Management: Swings of a Pendulum Robert E. Hoskisson, Michael A. Hitt, William P Wan and Daphne Yiu 76. Types of Competition and the Theory of Strategy: Toward an Integrative Framework Jay B. Barney 77. Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic Management David J. Teece, Gary Pisano and Amy Shuen 3 27 50 59 80 102 117 155 166 Part 4: Dynamic Capabilities Approach and Other Recent Developments in Strategy 78. Dynamic Capabilities and Multinational Enterprise: Penrosean Insights and Omissions Mie Augier and DavidJ. Teece 79. Understanding Dynamic Capabilities Sidney G. Winter 80. The Satisficing Principle in Capability Learning Sidney G. Winter 81. Deliberate Learning and the Evolution of Dynamic Capabilities Maurizio Zollo and Sidney G. Winter 82. Explicating Dynamic Capabilities: The Nature and Microfoundations of (Long Run) Enterprise Performance DavidJ. Teece 83. Strategy Research: Governance and Competence Perspectives Oliver E. Williamson 84. Rationality, Foolishness, and Adaptive Intelligence James G. March 201 217 223 243 263 302 331 VOLUME 6 Part 4: Dynamic Capabilities Approach and Other Recent Developments in Strategy (continued) 85. Absorptive Capacity: A New Perspective on Learning and Innovation Wesley M. Cohen and Daniel A. Levinthal 86. Adaptation on Rugged Landscapes Daniel A. Levinthal 87. Absorptive Capacity, Coauthoring Behavior, and the Organization of Research in Drug Discovery lain M. Cockburn and Rebecca M. Henderson 88. Exploration and Exploitation in Organizational Learning James G. March 89. Organizational Learning Barbara Levitt and James G. March 90. Bounded Rationality and Organizational Learning Herbert A. Simon 91. Adaptation as Information Restriction: The Hot Stove Effect Jerker Denrell and James G. March 92. Structural Inertia and Organizational Change Michael T Hannan and John Freeman 93. What is Not a Real Option: Considering Boundaries for the Application of Real Options to Business Strategy Ron Adner and Daniel A. Levinthal 94. Architectural Innovation: The Reconfiguration of Existing Product Technologies and the Failure of Established Firms Rebecca M. Henderson and Kim B. Clark 95. The Red Queen in Organizational Evolution William R Barnett and Morten T Hansen 3 27 50 71 89 108 119 143 167 182 203 96. Organizational Routines: A Review of the Literature Markus C. Becker 97. Differences between Entrepreneurs and Managers in Large Organizations: Biases and Heuristics in Strategic Decision-Making Lowell W Busenitz and Jay B. Barney 98. Corporate Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management: Insights from a Process Study Robert A. Burgelman 99. Strategic Groups: A Cognitive Perspective Rhonda K Reger and Anne Sigismund Huff 100. Timid Choices and Bold Forecasts: A Cognitive Perspective on Risk Taking Daniel Kahneman and Dan Lovallo 101. Integrating Evolution, Cognition and Design: Extending Simonian Perspectives to Strategic Organization Mie Augier and Saras D. Sarasvathy 102. Transaction-Cost Economics in Real Time Richard N. Langlois 103. Measuring Competence? Exploring Firm Effects in Pharmaceutical Research Rebecca Henderson and lain Cockburn 226 255 277 294 320 340 372 396

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