Porter's ‘competitive advantage of nations’: An assessment

@inproceedings{Grant1991PortersA,
  title={Porter's ‘competitive advantage of nations’: An assessment},
  author={Robert M. Grant},
  year={1991}
}
Porter's Competitive Advantage of Nations is an important book which bridges the gap between strategic management and international economics while contributing substantially to both. Porter's analysis of the impact of national environment on international competitive performance demonstrates the potential for the theory of competitive strategy to rescue international economics from its slide into refined irrelevance, while simultaneously broadening the scope of the theory of competitive… CONTINUE READING

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