Preface; M. Ghertman, et al. Part I: Strategic Analysis and Firm Strategies. 1. Factor and Regression Analysis, Power and Profits in Supply Chains; K. Cool, J. Henderson. 2. Generic Strategy Research: Application of LISREL and Smallest Space Analysis; S. Kotha, et al. 3. Strategic Groups: Alternative Methods and Model Convergence; T. Gruca, et al. 4. A Descriptive Alternative to Cluster Analysis: Understanding Strategic Group Performance with Simulated Annealing; I. Fox, et al. 5. Using Partial Least Squares and LISREL to Research International Strategies; J. Roos, et al. 6. Issues of Validity and Logistic Regression: Statistical Models for Predicting Multipoint Competition in the U.S. Airline Industry; f.l. smith. 7. Dynamic Modeling of Business Strategies; P. Gorman, et al. Part II: The Resource-Based View of the Firm. 8. Regression Analysis, Resource-Based and Diversification; S. Chatterjee. 9. Empirical Methods in Strategy Research: Regression Analysis and the Use of Cross-Section Versus Pooled Time-Series, Cross-Section Data; M. Wiersema, H.P. Bowen. Part III: Transaction Cost, Agency Theory and the Boundaries of the Firm. 10. Discrete Choice, Censored Regression, and the Costs of Organization; S.E. Masten. 11. Binomial Logistic Models, Transaction Costs and Joint-Ventures: A Methodological Note; J.-F. Hennart. 12. Logistic Regression, Segmentation Modeling and Governance Choice in the Waste Management Industry; M. Delmas, et al. 13. Regression Analysis and Governance; A. Seth, S. Bowden. Part IV: Corporate Alliances, Acquisitions and Networks. 14. The Effect of Strategic Technology Alliances on Company Performance: a LISREL Approach; J. Hagedoorn, et al. 15. Event Count Analysis and Strategic Management; J.-L. Arregle, et al. 16. Network Analysis and Corporate Alliances; C. Garcia-Pont. Index of Authors. Index of Statistical Models and Databases. Index of Topics.
Statistical Models for Strategic Management offers practical guidance in the use of statistical models for empirical research in strategic management. The contributions in this edited volume come from distinguished researchers in the field of Strategic Management, and provide illustration of most statistical models that are relevant for strategy research. The book is divided into four major topical areas: Strategic Analysis and Firm Strategies; The Resource-Based View of the Firm; Transaction Costs, Agency Theory, and the Boundaries of the Firm; and Corporate Alliances, Acquisitions and Networks.
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