With over 700 individually commissioned entries and a further 85 signposts, written by leading academics, practitioners, and emerging stars, the Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management provides a rich and comprehensive overview of this vibrant field.
The field of strategic management, which started to emerge in the second half of the twentieth century is in particular need of such a defining reference work because of its relatively fragmented character and its newness. While many handbooks and edited volumes cover certain areas within the field, no one has thus far attempted to pull together such a comprehensive overview of the field: its history, schools, applications, biographies of key individuals and indeed the role of practitioners in its advancement.
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