Managing Strategically in an Interconnected World / Edition 1

Managing Strategically in an Interconnected World / Edition 1

by Michael A. Hitt, Joan E. Ricart I Costa, Robert D. Nixon
     
 

Managing Strategically in an Interconnected World Edited by Michael A. Hitt, Texas A & M University, USA Joan E. Ricart i Costa, IESE, Spain Robert D. Nixon, Tulane University, USA Published in association with the Strategic Management Society, The Wiley Strategic Management Series aims to illustrate the 'best in global strategic management' for academics, business

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Managing Strategically in an Interconnected World Edited by Michael A. Hitt, Texas A & M University, USA Joan E. Ricart i Costa, IESE, Spain Robert D. Nixon, Tulane University, USA Published in association with the Strategic Management Society, The Wiley Strategic Management Series aims to illustrate the 'best in global strategic management' for academics, business practitioners and consultants.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780471984979
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
01/04/1999
Series:
Strategic Management Series, #9
Pages:
468
Product dimensions:
1.19(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

The New Frontier (M. Hitt, et al.).

INTERCONNECTED WORLD: THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT, UNCERTAINLY, ANDKNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT.

Competitive Policy Shocks and Strategic Management (P. Ghemawat, etal.).

Firms' Strategies and National Institutional Environments (J.Bensedrine & H. Kobayashi).

Perceiving Environmental Change and Strategic Uncertainty in theCentral European Banking Industry (W. Hegarty & L.Tihanyi).

Decision Processes and Uncertainty: Corporate Strategy in China (S.Fowler & M. Lord).

Strategic Orientations of Chief Executives in State-OwnedEnterprises in Transition (C. Lau).

The Role of the International Corporations in Cross-BorderKnowledge Transfer in the Semiconductor Industry (P. Almeida, etal.).

Strategic Interaction, Knowledge Sourcing and Knowledge Creation inForeign Environments-An Analysis of Foreign Direct Investment inR&D by Multinational Companies (W. Kuemmerle).

Controlling Unique Knowledge Development as the Basis of SustainedHigh Performance (W. Bogner & P. Bansal).

INTERCONNECTED FIRMS: THE ROLE OF COOPERATION, TRUST ANDGOVERNANCE.

Goverance of Interorganizational Partnerships: A Comparison of US,European and Japanese Alliances in the Pharmaceutical Industry (P.Bierly & E. Kessler).

Strategic Alliance Formation and Market Evaluation: Effects ofParent Firm's Governance Structure (R. Hoskisson, et al.).

Corporate Boards' Line of Reasoning-Comparison Between CorporateGovernance in Poland and Sweden (J. Dzialo, et al.).

Successful Technology-Based Strategic Alliances: An EntrepreneurialPerspective (G. Meyer & S. Alvarez).

Strategic Alliances and Blocks: Cooperative Behavior as a DrivingForce for Their Evolution (A. Ariño & C.García-Pont).

The Virtual Organization: A Special Mode of StrongInterorganizational Cooperation (J. van Aken, et al.).

How Firms Can Benefit from Collaborating within R&D Consortia(C. Mothe & B. Quelin).

Acquiring Partners' Capabilities: Outcomes of Scale and LinkAlliances Between Competitors (P. Dussauge, et al.).

Relative Absorptive Capacity, Trust, and InterorganizationalLearning in International Joint Ventures (P. Lane, et al.).

Understanding Trust to Build Strong Relationships in Organizations(C. Portales, et al.).

Value Appropriation in an Interconnected World (C. Park).

Index.

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