Towards a Competence Theory of the Firm

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Nicolai J. Foss, Christian Knudsen
Routledge, 02.12.2013 - 216 Seiten
This book explores a new theory of the firm produced through an exchange between management theory and economics. In the process economics is seen to provide a foundational element for strategy research whilst developing a more realistic theory of the firm with a greater emphasis on its internal features. The success of competence theories of the firm also reflects their ability to explain significant trends in the business world, notably the declining importance of conglomerates and critical features in the success of Asian and Japanese business.
 

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The Emerging Competence Perspective
1
A Historical View
13
3 The Organization of Industry
38
4 Competitive Advantage and the Concept of Core Competence
54
5 Competences Transaction Costs and Competitive Strategy
75
6 Strategic Implications of Business Process ReEngineering
97
A MultiDimensional Resource and Competence Perspective
111
A ResourceBased Critique and Reinterpretation
133
A CompetenceBased Perspective
150
10 Whither the Competence Perspective?
175
Index
201
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Nicolai J. Foss is Professor at the Copenhagen Business School and Professor II at the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration. He was previously Director of the Department of Strategic Management and Globalization at the Copenhagen Business School.

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