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Editors: Teresa García-Merino and Valle Santos Álvarez (Universidad de Valladolid, Valladolid, Spain)
Book Description:
Although the study of strategy or company strategic management has been discussed in literature throughout recent years, there is a need for increased attention in the topic of the strategist’s mindful process. This book discusses the need to consider managerial cognition when addressing any strategic management related topic, as well as how strategy is really formed in the inner mind of the strategist.

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Table of Contents:
Author Affiliations

(Teresa Garcia-Merino and Valle Santos Álvarez)

Part one:

Chapter 1. Strategists in business society?, pp. 3-23
(Anna Larsson, Sweden)

Chapter 2. Managerial cognition in strategic behavior, pp. 25-46 (Vanessa Yanes-Estévez, Ana María García-Pérez and Juan Ramón Oreja-Rodríguez, Spain)

Chapter 3. A review of the contributions of the cognitive perspective to strategic management literature, pp. 47-71
(Juan J. Jiménez-Moreno and Francisco J. Sáez-Martínez, Spain)

Part two:

Chapter 4. Strategic groups, cognitive groups and environmental change in the UK pharmaceutical industry, pp. 75-100
(Graham Leask, UK)

Chapter 5. Managerial resources and strategy: Do the characteristics of the TMT shape the firms’ strategic responses?, pp. 101-124
Alejandro Escribá-Esteve, Esther Sánchez-Peinado and Luz Sánchez-Peinado, Spain)

Chapter 6. Strategic decisions and cognitive style: A non-US perspective, pp. 125-144
(dt ogilvie and Jill R. Hough,USA)

Part three:

Chapter 7. The role of the owner-manager in the internationalization of SMEs: Promoter or inhibitor?, pp. 147-162
(Karise Hutchinson and Emma Fleck, UK)

Chapter 8. Human capital of entrepreneurs, firm resources and international opportunity perception: the case of Slovenian internationalized SMEs., pp. 163-182
(Mitja Ruzzier, Slovenia)

Chapter 9. Organizational learning and internationalization knowledge: a comparative study of family firms and non-family firms, pp. 183-204
(Sami Basly, France)

Conclusion and Future Directions, pp. 205-220
(Teresa Garcia-Merino and Valle Santos Álvarez)


      Management Science - Theory and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 7 x 10, 231pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-929-2
   Status: AV
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