3 June 2007

Special Issue: Twenty years after the resource-based theory of the firm: new challenges

International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital 4(1/2) 2007 is a special Issue: Twenty years after the resource-based theory of the firm: new challenges.

Article titles:
* Foreword: the resource-based theory of the firm – challenges, new and old
* Appropriating economic rents from resources: an integrative property rights and resource-based approach
* Scientific progress in strategic management: the case of the resource-based view
* Twenty years resource-based view (or is it 50?): some (old and) new challenges and need for extensions
* Dynamic capabilities: the strategy-HRM intersect?
* Resource-based foundations of strategic human resource management: a review and extension
* Portraying managerial dynamic capabilities: a case study in the fast-moving consumer goods industry
* The interlink between resources and capabilities: towards a theoretical frame for the development of dynamic capabilities
* Unveiling the modal capability lifecycle: the coevolutionary foundations of the firm's effectiveness in capturing strategic opportunities
* Towards a dynamic knowledge-based approach to the innovation process: an empirical investigation on social capital inside an industrial cluster
* Creating and developing organisational capabilities – do we know more than we can say?
* Entrepreneurial knowledge management and sustainable opportunity creations: a conceptual framework

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