Business strategy’s reach is vast, and important too since wherever there is business activity there is strategizing. As a field, strategy has a long history from medieval and colonial times to today’s developed and developing economies. Contemporary analysis began with Chandler’s Strategy and Structure (1960), and subsequent theorizing includes Porter’s 5-forces, the resource-based view, and behavioural economics. This series will offer a place for interesting and illuminating research including industry and corporate studies, strategizing in service industries, the arts, the public sector, and the new forms of Internet-based commerce. To meet the needs of the field’s demanding methodologies, the series will also cover today’s expanding gamut of analytic techniques.
The editor will be supported in their work by an advisory board of distinguished scholars:
Areas of Interest
Elements in Development
A number of Elements have already been commissioned for this series including: