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The Competitive Advantage of Nations By Michael E. Porter

The Competitive Advantage of Nations
by Michael E. Porter

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An analysis of why some nations succeed and some fail in international competition. In Porter's view, a set of forces is at work which may include government policy, management practice, and macroeconomic conditions, but these do not wholly account for the international preeminence of a firm.
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The Competitive Advantage of Nations by Michael E. Porter

'Professor Michael Porter [is] one of the world's most influential authorities on corporate strategy...[the book] stands to become a standard text for the analysis of relative national economic performance.' - Independent on Sunday 'Michael Porter builds up an all-embracing view of economic change that amounts in the end to a powerful analytical framework...he has done for international capitalism what Marx did for the class struggle.' - Economist 'The Competitive Advantage of Nations pulls off the seemingly impossible. It adds a fresh dimension to the international competitiveness debate, which has been going on since Adam Smith and David Ricardo.' - Times 'This book can be envisaged to have a major impact on the thinking of management and government policy-makers.' International Journal of Information Research Management

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Table of Contents

The Need for a New Paradigm - PART I: FOUNDATIONS - The Competitive Advantage of Firms in Global Industries - Determinants of National Competitive Advantage - The Dynamics of National Advantage - PART II: INDUSTRIES - Four Studies in National Competitive Advantage - National Competitive Advantage in Services - PART III: NATIONS - Patterns of National Competitive Advantage: The Early Postwar Winners - Emerging Nations in the 1970s and 1980s - Shifting National Advantage - The Competitive Development of National Economies - PART IV: IMPLICATIONS - Company Strategy - Government Policy - National Agendas - Epilogue - Appendices - References

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The Competitive Advantage of Nations by Michael E. Porter
Michael E. Porter
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Palgrave Macmillan
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