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Resource complementarity in business combinations: Extending the logic to organizational alliances.(Technical)
November 1, 2001... Jeffrey S. Harrison (a,*) Michael A. Hitt (b) Robert E. Hoskisson (c) R. Duane Ireland (d) Abstract Organizations are combining resources through acquisitions and alliances in record numbers. Since publication of our original study in 1991, research has confirmed that...
The managerial rents model: Theory and empirical analysis.(Technical)
November 1, 2001... Richard P. Castanias (a) Constance E. Helfat (b,*) Abstract Managerial resources, defined as the skills and abilities of managers, are important contributors to the entire bundle of firm resources that enable some firms to generate rents. Here we build on our original analysis...
A resource-based theory of sustainable rents.(Technical)
November 1, 2001... Joseph T. Mahoney (*) Received 1 February 2001; received in revised form 20 August 2001; accepted 20 September 2001 Abstract This paper summarizes and comments on Conner (1991) that contributes to the strategic management area by providing an historical comparison of...
Resource-based theories of competitive advantage: A ten-year retrospective on the resource-based view.(Technical)
November 1, 2001... Abstract The resource-based view can be positioned relative to at least three theoretical traditions: SCP-based theories of industry determinants of firm performance, neo-classical microeconomics, and evolutionary economics. In the 1991 article, only the first of these ways of...
The resource-based view of the firm: Ten years after 1991.(Technical)
November 1, 2001... Jay Barney (a) Mike Wright (b) David J. Ketchen, Jr. (c,*) Abstract At present, the resource-based view of the firm is perhaps the most influential framework for understanding strategic management. In this editor's introduction, we briefly describe the contributions to...