Journal of Business Strategies

An academic journal publishing original papers that examine current trends, problems, and issues of particular interest to business managers and decision-makers. Editorial emphasis is placed on those contributions that are of practical value to business p

Articles from Vol. 35, No. 1, Spring

Alliance Portfolio Diversity and Dominant Logic Theory
INTRODUCTION Today's firms cannot "go it alone (Lee, Kirkpatrick-Husk, & Madhavan, 2017)." On the contrary, managers must competently manage a greater number of alliances than ever before (Kale & Singh, 2009). Thus, a focus on alliance portfolios,...
Oklahoma Oil and Natural Gas Severance Taxes: A Comparative Analysis
INTRODUCTION The development of horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing technologies has triggered a resurgence in oil and natural gas production in the United States. State governments levy different types of production taxes on these unconventional...
Risk Management Lessons from the Financial Crisis: A Textual Analysis of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission's Report
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." --George Santayana (Philosopher) INTRODUCTION The financial crisis of 2008 and 2009 was the worst financial disaster to hit the United States in over seven decades. Organizations...
Strategic Political Emphasis (Spe), Environmental Uncertainty, and Firm Performance in Ghana
INTRODUCTION The influence of a nonmarket orientation in firms has been recognized for some time, primarily within the strategic analysis stage (Aplin & Hegarty, 1980), but more recently within the formulation and execution domains (Parnell,...
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