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Porter's (1980) Generic Strategies, Performance and Risk [electronic resource] : An Empirical Investigation with German Data.

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9783836674263Publication details: Hamburg : Diplomica Verlag, 2009.ISBN:
  • 9783836624268
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Porter's (1980) Generic Strategies, Performance and Risk : An Empirical Investigation with German DataDDC classification:
  • 658.8/04 658.804
LOC classification:
  • HF5437
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Contents:
Porter's (1980) Generic Strategies, Performance and Risk; TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF FIGURES; 1. Introduction; 2. Theory and Hypotheses; 3. Data and Method; 4. Analysis and Results; 5. Discussion, Implications and Limitations; 6. Conclusion; 7. References; MIP; Curriculum Vitae;
Summary: Porter's (1980) book Competitive Strategy has received a great deal of attention in the strategic management literature. Here Porter claims that competitive strategy is the search for a favorable competitive position in the industry, which can erode or improve, depending on a firm's choice of strategy. He derived a conceptual typology of three generic strategies that has already become a classic among scholars. They are cost leadership, differentiation and focus strategies. Just recently Michael Raynor (2007) challenged Porter's widely accepted typology, by including another dimension in the d
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Porter's (1980) Generic Strategies, Performance and Risk; TABLE OF CONTENTS; LIST OF TABLES; LIST OF FIGURES; 1. Introduction; 2. Theory and Hypotheses; 3. Data and Method; 4. Analysis and Results; 5. Discussion, Implications and Limitations; 6. Conclusion; 7. References; MIP; Curriculum Vitae;

Porter's (1980) book Competitive Strategy has received a great deal of attention in the strategic management literature. Here Porter claims that competitive strategy is the search for a favorable competitive position in the industry, which can erode or improve, depending on a firm's choice of strategy. He derived a conceptual typology of three generic strategies that has already become a classic among scholars. They are cost leadership, differentiation and focus strategies. Just recently Michael Raynor (2007) challenged Porter's widely accepted typology, by including another dimension in the d