Sources Of Competitive Advantage Of The Business Firms In The Slovenian Transforming Economy: Could We Explain Them By Existing Theories
Опубликовано на портале: 11-12-2002
The paper deals with the issues of what sources of competitive advantage have been activated most frequently in the Slovenian business firms in the last years and how well they can be explained by the existing theories. The research is based on the empirical survey that was carried out in the period from November 2000 to March 2001 in the Slovenian (mostly) medium and large business firms. The responses for the questionnaire that had been prepared were collected in randomly chosen 77 business firms (the banking sector was excluded).
competence competitive advantage competitive strategy economic research slovenian economy transformation processes
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