Public Information and Private Profit: Notes on a Resource-based Theory of Management
Conference Proceeding Article
The role of public information in economic compensation has emerged as a basic problem for strategy theory. Competitive theories argue that publicly marketed information cannot generate rents--an idea that poses serious problems for management research, education, and consulting. This paper develops a response from resource-based theory.
Resource management, resource requirements planning, business planning
Organizational Behavior and Theory | Strategic Management Policy
Strategy and Organisation
Academy of Management Proceedings
Academy of Management
ROBINS, James Arthur.
Public Information and Private Profit: Notes on a Resource-based Theory of Management. (1994). Academy of Management Proceedings. 47-51. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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