Gaining and Sustaining Competitive Advantage

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Business & Economics - 600 pages
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Unlike other texts in its field, Jay B. Barneys Gaining and Sustaining Competitive Advantage, Second Edition provides the overall integrative framework necessary for understanding the rapidly evolving field of strategic management. This new edition summarizes and incorporates the latest research in a way that is accessible to students and practitioners, and provides guidance about how his research might be applied to real business situations.

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Contents

THE LOGIC OF STRATEGIC ANALYSIS
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THE LOGIC OF STRATEGIC ANALYSIS 1
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What Is Performance?
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Jay B. Barney is Bank Chair in Corporate Strategy at the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University. He received his Ph.D. from Yale, and has held faculty appointments at UCLA and Texas A&M. Jay has published more than 40 articles in several journals including AMR, AMJ, and AME; has served on the editorial boards of AMR, SMJ, The Human Resource Management Journal, and Organizational Science; and has also served as an Associate Editor at The Journal of Management, Senior Editor at Organization Science, and Special Issue Editor at SMJ. In 1992, he won the College of Business Research Award at Texas A&M, and in 1997 was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Lund University (in Lund, Sweden). Jay teaches Business Policy and Strategy, and has taught in executive programs at UCLA, Texas A&M, Ohio State, Michigan, SMU, TCU, and Bocconi University (in Milan, Italy). He has won teaching awards at UCLA (1983), Texas A&M (1992), and Ohio State (1996, 1997, and 1999), and has consulted with more than 20 firms around the world, including Hewlett-Packard, Texas Instruments, and Arco. In 1989, Jay was elected to the BPS Executive Committee. Later was elected the Committee's Assistant Program Chair, and subsequently served as Program Chair, Chair Elect, and Chair of the BPS Division. He completed his service at the Past Chair of the Division in 1997.

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