2012 - Member of Academia Europaea
Fellow of the Strategic Management Society
His main research concerns Knowledge management, Strategic management, Theory of the firm, Industrial organization and Positive economics. His Knowledge management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Process and International business. His Strategic management research incorporates themes from Action, Management science and Microfoundations.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Coase theorem, Entrepreneurship and Competence. His work deals with themes such as Capital, Cost of capital, Economic capital, Transaction cost and Competitive advantage, which intersect with Industrial organization. His Positive economics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Management and Social science, Field.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Knowledge management, Theory of the firm, Entrepreneurship, Positive economics and Industrial organization. His research integrates issues of Corporate governance and Strategic management in his study of Knowledge management. His Theory of the firm research entails a greater understanding of Neoclassical economics.
He interconnects Capital, Austrian School, Economic system and Capital asset in the investigation of issues within Entrepreneurship. The Industrial organization study combines topics in areas such as Competitive advantage and Transaction cost. His Transaction cost research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Property rights and Resource.
Nicolai J. Foss spends much of his time researching Knowledge management, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Industrial organization and Public relations. Knowledge management is represented through his Organizational architecture and Organizational learning research. His Entrepreneurship research incorporates themes from Workforce, Theory of the firm, Positive economics, Diversity and Senior management.
The concepts of his Marketing study are interwoven with issues in Organizational structure and Set. In Industrial organization, Nicolai J. Foss works on issues like Transaction cost, which are connected to Competitive advantage and Neoclassical economics. His Public relations study incorporates themes from Argument and Construct.
Marketing, Knowledge management, Entrepreneurship, Set and Management are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Work motivation, Prospect theory, Categorization and Organizational structure, which intersect with Marketing. His work on Organizational architecture, Innovation management and Knowledge sharing as part of general Knowledge management research is often related to Structure and Reward system, thus linking different fields of science.
He combines subjects such as Order, Falsifiability and Strategic management with his study of Set. In the subject of general Management, his work in Resource-based view is often linked to Development, Symmetry and Theory building, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Nicolai J. Foss has researched Business model in several fields, including Theory of the firm and Business model design.
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New human resource management practices, complementarities and the impact on innovation performance
Keld Laursen;Nicolai Juul Foss.
Cambridge Journal of Economics (2003)
PERSPECTIVE---Absorbing the Concept of Absorptive Capacity: How to Realize Its Potential in the Organization Field
Henk W. Volberda;Nicolai J. Foss;Marjorie A. Lyles.
Organization Science (2010)
Transferring knowledge in MNCs: The role of sources of subsidiary knowledge and organizational context
Nicolai Juul Foss;Torben Pedersen.
Journal of International Management (2002)
Knowledge-Based Approaches to the Theory of the Firm: Some Critical Comments
Nicolai J. Foss.
Organization Science (1996)
Resources, Firms, and Strategies: A Reader in the Resource-Based Perspective
Nicolai J. Foss.
Strategic organization: a field in search of micro-foundations:
Teppo Felin;Nicolai Juul Foss.
Strategic Organization (2005)
Capabilities and Governance: The Rebirth of Production in the Theory of Economic Organization
Richard N. Langlois;Nicolai J. Foss.
Social Science Research Network (1998)
Microfoundations of Routines and Capabilities: Individuals, Processes, and Structure
Teppo Felin;Nicolai J. Foss;Koen H. Heimeriks;Tammy L. Madsen.
Journal of Management Studies (2012)
Fifteen years of research on business model innovation : how far have we come, and where should we go?
Nicolai Juul Foss;Tina Saebi.
Journal of Management (2017)
Theories of the Firm: Contractual and Competence Perspectives
Nicolai Juul Foss.
Journal of Evolutionary Economics (1993)
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