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New! Comprehensive coverage of a growing research area: The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management

Published by Mark Bodnar

I'm very pleased to announce that SFU researchers now have online access to The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management! Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management - Features The publisher's perspective:

What is significant about The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management?

  • The first substantial reference work providing such a comprehensive overview of the field
  • Full global geographic coverage with over 520 contributors from 30 countries
  • An exemplary resource for students, teachers, scholars and practitioners wishing to understand the central ideas and issues of this new and developing discipline

What does The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management provide?

  • Comprehensive coverage of core themes, concepts and leading individuals
  • Clear and concise definitions of headwords, and explanations of core terms and mechanisms
  • A balance between the theoretical (emerging theories and concepts) and the empirical/practitioner-oriented sides of strategic management
  • Entries written by some of the most cited and lauded authors in the field, including the 2009 Nobel Laureate Oliver Williamson
  • Entries available in PDF and ePub formats

As with most resources, you need to jump in and try The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Strategic Management to really understand its value.  Click on the image at the top to learn more about the features in this database. Also scan some of the entries linked below... (links will only work for SFU researchers):

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Questions?  Send them our way!

-- MarkB


  • Mark Bodnar (Business – Burnaby): mbodnar@sfu.ca
  • Megan Sorenson (Business – Vancouver): megan_sorenson@sfu.ca
  • Ania Dymarz (Business – Surrey): adymarz@sfu.ca
  • Carla Graebner (Economics – Burnaby): cgraebne@sfu.ca