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Academy of Management Perspectives 9 4 , , Managerial and decision economics 24 4 , , Academy of Management journal 37 6 , , Articles 1—20 Show more. Help Privacy Terms. Firm resources and sustained competitive advantage J Barney Journal of management 17 1 , , Strategic factor markets: Expectations, luck, and business strategy JB Barney Management science 32 10 , , Gaining and sustaining competitive advantage JB Barney Pearson higher ed , Organizational culture: can it be a source of sustained competitive advantage?
JB Barney Academy of management review 11 3 , , Yes JB Barney Academy of management review 26 1 , , Resource-based theories of competitive advantage: A ten-year retrospective on the resource-based view JB Barney Journal of management 27 6 , , Differences between entrepreneurs and managers in large organizations: Biases and heuristics in strategic decision-making LW Busenitz, JB Barney Journal of business venturing 12 1 , , The future of resource-based theory: revitalization or decline?
Bargaining power, management control, and performance in United States—China joint ventures: a comparative case study A Yan, B Gray Academy of Management journal 37 6 , ,
This research deepens into the temporal dimension of bankruptcy, and explores whether IT resources affect the expected lifetime of a firm. Drawing on the resource-based view of the firm, we design and adjust a Cox regression. We found evidence that the average lifetime and the odds of surviving beyond any arbitrary time t are modified by the availability and the pattern of use of marketing-oriented IT resources, by IT management experience, and by the ability to deploy internal and external collaboration strategies. The results are robust when considering the industry and the financial situation of each company. Full text available only in PDF format. Abdelkader, B. Agarwal, N.
In this article we present an alternative approach to assessing competitive advantages of a firm and operationalizing the resource-based view RBV of the firm in the context of strategic outsourcing. When resource bundles are viewed in the form of activities, they become easier to observe, identify, understand and measure, thus activities can be used to operationalize bundles of resources and capabilities when empirically testing the RBV. We propose a conceptual model and present several propositions for subsequent empirical testing of the RBV. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
The resource-based view RBV argues that firms possess resources, a subset of which enable them to achieve competitive advantage, and a subset of those that lead to superior long-term performance. Resources that are valuable and rare can lead to the creation of competitive advantage. That advantage can be sustained over longer time periods to the extent that the firm is able to protect against resource imitation, transfer, or substitution.
Jay B. Barney is an American professor in strategic management at the University of Utah ,  best known for his contributions to the resource-based theory of competitive advantage. By , he had created a special joint Ph.
It is well grounded in industrial economics and has benefited in its development from a multiplicity of contributions by management writers. But like any developing body of knowledge, it is not short of confusion, ambiguity and conceptual and empirical difficulties. It provides a detailed insight into the logic of the RBV and illuminates its contributions to the debate on the nature of competitive advantage. Fahy, J. Report bugs here. Please share your general feedback. You can join in the discussion by joining the community or logging in here.
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