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2019/2020 Complete Summary Theories of Strategy (incl. lectures and all articles)

This summary contains all articles from 2019-2020 and all lecture notes (incl. everything important on the slides): WEEK 1 Meeting 1.1: Economic foundations of strategy 1. Stoelhorst J.W. ([1997] 2008), Thinking about Strategy, 3d edition. Teaching note, University of Amsterdam (26 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes) 2. Rumelt, Richard P. (2003), What In the World is Competitive Advantage?, Working paper, Anderson Business School, UCLA. (7 pages, reading time approx. 30 minutes) 3. Besanko, David, Dranove, David and Shanley, Mark (2000), Economics of Strategy, 2nd edition, New York: Wiley. (p. 20-22 ‘Economic Costs and Profitability’ and p. 30-36: ‘Theory of the Firm: Pricing and Output Decisions’ and ‘Perfect Competition’) (10 pages, reading time approx. 45 minutes) 4. Conner, Kathleen R. (1991), A Historical Comparison of Resource-based Theory and Five Schools of Thought within Industrial Economics: Do We Have a New Theory of the Firm?, Journal of Management, 17, p. 121-154. (Note: you only need to read pages 121-134) (14 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes) Meeting 1.2: Porter and the industrial organization view 5. Ghemawat, Pankaj (1999), Strategy and the Business Landscape: Text and Cases, Reading, MA: Addison Wesley. (p. 21-24 ‘Supply-Demand Analysis’, p. 24-31 ‘The “Five-Forces” Framework’, and p. 31-35 ‘The Value Net and Other Generalizations’) (13 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour) 6. Porter, Michael E. (1979), The Structure within Industries and Companies’ Performance, The Review of Economics and Statistics, 214-227. (14 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes) 7. Porter, Michael E. (1981), The Contributions of Industrial Organization to Strategic Management, Academy of Management Review, 6(4): 609-620. (9 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 15 minutes) WEEK 2 Meeting 2.1: The ‘High Church’ of the resource-based view 8. Barney, Jay B. (1986), Strategic Factor Markets: Expectations, Luck, and Business Strategy, Management Science, 32:10, p.1231-1241. (10 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes) 9. Barney, Jay B. (1991), Firm Resources and Sustained Competitive Advantage, Journal of Management, vol. 17(1), pp. 99-120. (22 pages, reading time approx. 2 hours) 10. Peteraf, Margaret A. (1993), The Cornerstones of Competitive Advantage: A Resource-based View, Strategic Management Journal, 14, p. 179-191. (12 pages, reading time approx. 2 hours) Meeting 2.2: Cooperative game theory and the added value view 11. Brandenburger, Adam M. and Stuart, Harborne W. (1996), Value-based Business Strategy, Journal of Economics & Management Strategy, 5 (1), p. 5-24. (19 pages, reading time approx. 2 hours) 12. Brandenburger, Adam M. (2002), Porter’s Added Value: High Indeed, Academy of Management Executive, 16:2, p. 58-60. (3 pages, reading time approx 15 minutes) 13. Gans, Joshua and Ryall, Michael D. (2017), Value Capture Theory: A Strategic Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, 38(1): 17–41 (Note: you only need to read up to ‘Applications to special settings’ (p.34) and you can skip the section ‘Comparison to other modeling approaches’ on p. 28) (16 pages, reading time approx. 2 hours 30 minutes)   WEEK 3 Meeting 3.1: No additional readings Meeting 3.2: The ‘Low Church’ of the resource-based view 14. Dierickx, Ingemar and Cool, Karel (1989), Asset Stock Accumulation and Sustainability of Competitive Advantage, Management Science, 35(12), p. 1504-1511. (7 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour) 15. Grant, Robert M. (1996), Prospering in Dynamically-Competitive Environments: Organizational Capabilities as Knowledge Integration, Organization Science, 7(4), p. 375-387. (11 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes) 16. Teece, David J., Pisano, Gary and Shuen, Amy (1997), Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic Management, Strategic Management Journal, 18(7), p. 509-533. (21 pages, reading time approx. 2 hours 30 minutes) WEEK 4 Meeting 4.1: Dynamic views of competitive advantage 17. Jacobson, Robert (1992), The “Austrian” School of Strategy, Academy of Management Review, 17(4), p. 782-807. (Note: you only need to read p.782-791 and the conclusion p.802-804) (12 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour). 18. Porter, Michael E. (1991), Towards a Dynamic Theory of Strategy, Strategic Management Journal, 12, p. 95-117. (22 pages, reading time approx. 2 hours 30 minutes) 19. Stoelhorst, J.W. and Bridoux, Flore (2015), An Evolutionary Resource-based Theory of Competitive Advantage, Working paper, University of Amsterdam (34 pages, reading time approx. 2 hours) Meeting 4.2: No additional readings WEEK 5 Meeting 5.1: Schumpeterian competition 20. Stoelhorst, J.W. (2001), A Note on Business Models, Teaching note, University of Twente. (2 pages, reading time approx. 15 minutes) 21. Zott, Christoph, Amit, Raphael and Massa, Lorenzo (2011), The Business Model: Recent Developments and Future Research, Journal of Management, 37(4): 1019-1042. (20 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes) 22. Teece, David J. (1986), Profiting from Technological Innovation: Implications for Integration, Collaboration, Licensing and Public Policy, Research Policy, 15(6): 285-305. (20 pages, reading time approx. 2 hours) 23. Stoelhorst, J.W. (2005), Competitive Dynamics and the Paradox of Increasing Returns: Why Winning Markets May Not Lead to Fat Profits, Working paper, Amsterdam Business School, Universiteit van Amsterdam. (17 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes) Meeting 5.2: Competitive strategy in technology-driven industries 24. Christensen, Clayton M. and Rosenbloom, Richard S. (1995), Explaining the Attacker's Advantage: Technological Paradigms, Organizational Dynamics, and the Value Network, Research Policy, 24(2): 233-257. (24 pages, reading time approx. 2 hours 30 minutes) 25. Tripsas, Mary and Gavetti, Giovanni (2000), Capabilities, Cognition and Inertia: Evidence from Digital Imaging, Strategic Management Journal, 21: 1147-1161 (13 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes) 26. Stoelhorst, J.W. (2004), Balancing Resource-Based Competitive Advantage Over a Technology Lifecycle, Working paper, Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam. (19 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes) WEEK 6 Meeting 6.1: No additional readings Meeting 6.2: A stakeholder view of competitive advantage 27. Coff, Russel W. (1999), When Competitive Advantage Doesn’t Lead to Performance: The Resource-based View and Stakeholder Bargaining Power, Organization Science, 10(2): 119-133. (13 pages, reading time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes) 28. Stoelhorst, J.W. (2015), A Stakeholder Theory of Resource-based Competitive Advantage, Working paper, Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam. (6 pages, reading time approx. 45 minutes) 29. Lieberman, Marvin B., Garcia-Castro, Roberto and Balasubramanian, Natarajan (2017), Measuring Value Creation and Appropriation in Firms: The VCA Model, Strategic Management Journal, 38: 1193–1211. (16 pages, reading time approx. 2 hours)

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