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Competition, Competitive Advantage, and Clusters
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1: Robert Huggins and Hiro Izushi: Introduction Part I 2: Jay B. Barney: Establishing Strategic Management as an Academic Discipline 3: J.-C. Spender: Why Competitive Strategy succeeds - and with whom 4: Nicolai J. Foss: Eclecticism and the Evolution of Strategy Research 5: Robert E. Hoskisson, Michael A. Hitt, William P. Wan, and Daphne Yiu: Antecedents and Precedents to Porter's Competitive Strategy 6: Omar Aktouf, Miloud Chennoufi, and W. David Holford: The Strategic Management Framework: a Methodological and Epistemological Examination Part II 7: Robert M. Grant: National Economic Development and the Competitive Advantage of Nations 8: Jan Fagerberg: Domestic Demand, Learning, and the Competitive Advantage of Nations: an Empirical Analysis 9: Brian Snowdon: The Growth and Competitiveness of Nations: the Contribution of Michael Porter Part III 10: Christian H. M. Ketels: Clusters and Competitiveness: Porter's Contribution 11: Edward J. Malecki: On Diamonds, Clusters, and Regional Development 12: Ron Martin and Peter Sunley: Clusters, Evolutionary Economics, and Policymaking 13: Robert Huggins and Hiro Izushi: Conclusion

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Professor Robert Huggins is Professor of Economic Geography at Cardiff University and Director of its Centre for Advanced Studies. Prior to this he held a chair at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (2008-2011), and a Senior Lectureship at the University of Sheffield (2005-2008). He also has private sector experience managing a research and management consultancy. He is the originator of the European Competitiveness Index, the UK Competitiveness Index and the co-founder - along with Hiro Izushi - of the World Knowledge Competitiveness Index. He is the author of two previous books - The Business of Networks (2000) and Competing for Knowledge (2007). Hiro Izushi, PhD (University of California at Berkeley), is Senior Lecturer in Innovation at Economics and Strategy Group, Aston Business School, and Co-Director of the Centre for International Competitiveness. He is a member of International House of Japan, having been awarded Nitobe Fellowship for Japanese Social Scientists. He is the co-author of Competing for Knowledge (2007) with Robert Huggins.

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