2023 - Research.com Business and Management in United States Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in United States Leader Award
His primary scientific interests are in Marketing, Strategic management, Resource-based view, Management science and Resource. His Marketing study incorporates themes from Variance decomposition of forecast errors and Industrial organization. His work carried out in the field of Industrial organization brings together such families of science as Service management, Supply chain risk management, Supply chain, Entrepreneurship and Flexibility.
His studies in Strategic management integrate themes in fields like Research design, Competitive advantage, Strategic planning and Operations management. His Management science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organizational effectiveness, Knowledge management and Field. His Organizational performance course of study focuses on Organizational learning and Supply chain management.
His primary areas of investigation include Marketing, Strategic management, Industrial organization, Knowledge management and Management science. His Marketing study deals with Entrepreneurship intersecting with Economic system. In his research on the topic of Strategic management, Operations management is strongly related with Strategic planning.
The Industrial organization study combines topics in areas such as Supply chain, Supply chain management and Value chain. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Management science and Field in his work. His biological study focuses on Resource-based view.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Public relations, Supply chain and Knowledge management. The concepts of his Marketing study are interwoven with issues in Process management, Process and Organizational theory. He interconnects Editorial board, Economic system, Strategic management and Set in the investigation of issues within Entrepreneurship.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Strategic management, Corporate governance is strongly linked to International business. His Supply chain research integrates issues from Industrial organization, Management science and Resource dependence theory. His Knowledge management research includes themes of Information asymmetry, Resource-based view and Resource based theory.
Marketing, Knowledge management, Entrepreneurship, Public relations and Supply chain management are his primary areas of study. His work on Strategic leadership as part of general Marketing research is frequently linked to Empirical examination, bridging the gap between disciplines. The various areas that David J. Ketchen examines in his Knowledge management study include Information asymmetry and Multimethodology.
His Public relations research incorporates elements of Accounting and Competence. Supply chain covers David J. Ketchen research in Supply chain management. His Process management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Top management, Upper echelons, Strategic management, Structural equation modeling and Bivariate analysis.
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The resource-based view of the firm: Ten years after 1991
Jay Barney;Mike Wright;David J. Ketchen.
Journal of Management (2001)
HOW MUCH DO HIGH-PERFORMANCE WORK PRACTICES MATTER? A META-ANALYSIS OF THEIR EFFECTS ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE
James Combs;Yongmei Liu;Angela Hall;David Ketchen.
THE APPLICATION OF CLUSTER ANALYSIS IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT RESEARCH: AN ANALYSIS AND CRITIQUE
David J. Ketchen;Christopher L. Shook.
Common Beliefs and Reality About PLS: Comments on Rönkkö and Evermann (2013)
Joerg Henseler;Joerg Henseler;Theo K. Dijkstra;Marko Sarstedt;Marko Sarstedt;Christian M. Ringle;Christian M. Ringle.
The Future of Resource-Based Theory: Revitalization or Decline?
Jay B. Barney;David J. Ketchen;Mike Wright.
Journal of Management (2011)
Does market orientation matter?: a test of the relationship between positional advantage and performance
G. Tomas M. Hult;David J. Ketchen.
Does human capital matter? A meta-analysis of the relationship between human capital and firm performance.
T. Russell Crook;Samuel Y. Todd;James G. Combs;David J. Woehr.
Explaining interfirm cooperation and performance: toward a reconciliation of predictions from the resource-based view and organizational economics
James G. Combs;David J. Ketchen.
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE USE OF STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT RESEARCH
Christopher L. Shook;David J. Ketchen;G. Tomas M. Hult;K. Michele Kacmar.
Strategic resources and performance: a meta-analysis
T. Russell Crook;David J. Ketchen;James G. Combs;Samuel Y. Todd.
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