The Concept of Strategic Groups: Theoretical Construct on Analytical Convenience
Despite the fact that a great deal of empirical research confirms the existence of strategic groups, not enough attention has been paid to their theoretical development. This paper links the theories of spatial competition and cognitive taxonomy to the very existence of strategic groups in a competitive environment. It is shown that the concept of strategic groups is not an analytical convenience but a theoretical construct.
Strategy and Organisation
Managerial and Decision Economics
Thomas, Howard and Tang, M..
The Concept of Strategic Groups: Theoretical Construct on Analytical Convenience. (2005). Managerial and Decision Economics. 13, (4), 323-339. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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