BADM 546 B - Strategy Content Research - Value Creation: Innovation
Seminar covering the foundations of strategy content and formulation research. Topics include: Economic Theories in Strategic Management (including strategic management applications of industrial organization economics); and Economic Approaches to Strategic Management Research (including transaction costs, resource-based and property rights research). Course Information: May be repeated in the same or separate terms to a maximum of 4 hours. Students may take multiple topics under the course designation, but can only take each topic once for credit towards degree requirements. Prerequisite: Ph.D. standing in BADM or consent of instructor.
This seminar surveys theoretical foundations and empirical research on the management of innovation, technology and other knowledge assets for the creation of value in firms. We seek to learn and debate core foundational ideas of strategic management research within a value-creation-value-capture paradigm.
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Course Level: Graduate