His primary areas of investigation include Marketing, Strategic management, Competitive advantage, Scale and Combination strategy. His study in Marketing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Construct and Industrial organization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Performance measurement, Strategic planning and Cost leadership.
His study in the field of Profit impact of marketing strategy is also linked to topics like Field. His study in Competitive advantage is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Performance management, Perception and Balanced scorecard. The Scale study combines topics in areas such as Higher education, Pedagogy and Management development.
His primary areas of study are Marketing, Strategic management, Competitive advantage, Strategic planning and Industrial organization. As a member of one scientific family, John A. Parnell mostly works in the field of Marketing, focusing on Emerging markets and, on occasion, Economic growth. His work in Strategic management addresses subjects such as Cost leadership, which are connected to disciplines such as Financial performance.
John A. Parnell has researched Competitive advantage in several fields, including Performance measurement, Performance satisfaction and Technology strategy. John A. Parnell focuses mostly in the field of Strategic planning, narrowing it down to matters related to Consistency and, in some cases, Management. The concepts of his Industrial organization study are interwoven with issues in China and Politics.
John A. Parnell mainly investigates Politics, Nonmarket forces, Index, Strategic management and Development economics. His Politics research includes themes of State ownership, Industrial organization, Firm strategy and Market economy. John A. Parnell works mostly in the field of Industrial organization, limiting it down to topics relating to Financial performance and, in certain cases, Cost leadership, Empirical research, Competitive advantage and Stochastic game, as a part of the same area of interest.
His Index study incorporates themes from Organizational learning, Independence, Extreme poverty, Public administration and Corruption. His Strategic management study often links to related topics such as Knowledge management. The various areas that John A. Parnell examines in his Development economics study include Rule of law and Economic freedom.
His primary areas of investigation include Nonmarket forces, Politics, China, Industrial organization and Market strategy. His Politics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as De facto and Economic history. The study incorporates disciplines such as Objectivism and Environmental ethics in addition to China.
He interconnects Competitive advantage, Cost leadership and Empirical research in the investigation of issues within Industrial organization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hotel industry, Stochastic game, Hospitality and International business. His work carried out in the field of Financial performance brings together such families of science as Microeconomics, Moderation and Beijing.
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Organizational Life Cycle: A Five Stage Empirical Scale
Donald L. Lester;John A. Parnell;Shawn Carraher.
Strategic Management: Concepts and Cases
Peter L. Wright;Mark J. Kroll;John A. Parnell.
Competitive strategy and performance measurement in the Malaysian context
Ruzita Jusoh;John A. Parnell.
Generic Strategy and Performance: an Empirical Test of the Miles and Snow Typology
John A. Parnell;Peter Wright.
Crisis Management: Leading in the New Strategy Landscape
William Crandall;John A. Parnell;John E. Spillan.
Customer service‐orientation of small retail business owners in Austria, The Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Slovakia, and Slovenia
Shawn Carraher;John A. Parnell;John E. Spillan.
Strategic capabilities, competitive strategy, and performance among retailers in Argentina, Peru and the United States
John A. Parnell.
New Evidence in the Generic Strategy and Business Performance Debate: A Research Note
John A. Parnell.
Generic strategies after two decades: a reconceptualization of competitive strategy
John A. Parnell.
Propensity for Participative Decision‐Making, Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, Organizational Citizenship Behavior, and Intentions to Leave Among Egyptian Managers
John A. Parnell;William “Rick” Crandall.
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