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Author Prince Bertil Symposium (1984 : Stockholm School of Economics)

Title Strategies in global competition : selected papers from the Prince Bertil Symposium at the Institute of International Business, Stockholm School of Economics / edited by Neil Hood and Jan-Erik Vahlne
Published London : Routledge, 2013
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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 395 pages)
Series Routledge library editions. International business ; v. 19
Routledge library editions. International business ; v. 19
Contents Part one. Concepts and constructs of strategy in global competition -- part two. Global environmental change -- part three. Technology and global competition -- part four. Global competition and strategy -- industry and country studies -- part five. Frameworks for analysing global competition -- part six. Strategic management for global competition
Summary The main thrust of Part 1 is to give some understanding of the concept of 'global competition'. In doing so, the chapters rely heavily on industrial studies. Part 2 deals with two different aspects of this change viewed from two different perspectives. The one is economic and more macro: the other political and social and more micro, being concerned with the way in which companies have to utilize their various organisational units and integrate information on a fragmented environment into a strategic whole. Part 3 deals specifically with technology, as the particular segment of the environment
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Competition -- Congresses
International business enterprises -- Congresses
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Industries -- General.
Competition.
International business enterprises.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Hood, Neil
Vahlne, Jan-Erik, 1941-
ISBN 0203076850
1135127867
9780203076859
9781135127862