Strategy Beyond Markets.

By: Silverman, BrianContributor(s): de Figueiredo, John M | Lenox, Michael | Oberholzer-Gee, Felix | Bergh, Richard G. VandenSeries: Advances in Strategic Management SerPublisher: Bingley : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (539 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781786350190Subject(s): Organizational behaviorGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Strategy Beyond MarketsDDC classification: 302.35 LOC classification: H1-99Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front Cover -- Strategy Beyond Markets -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- Public Politics Articles -- Private Politics Articles -- Integrated Political Strategy Articles -- Notes -- References -- Strategy beyond Markets: A Step Back and a Look Forward -- Introduction -- A Stylized (U.S.) History of the Demand for Nonmarket Strategy -- Nonmarket Strategy -- Roles of Nonmarket Strategy -- Levels of Nonmarket Strategy Research -- The Political Economy Approach -- The Firm Level -- Applying the Approach -- Public Politics Example: Uber -- Private Politics: Rainforest Action Network and Citigroup -- Integrated Strategy and Private and Public Politics: The Fast Food Campaign -- Market and Nonmarket Strategy -- Strategic Management -- Nonmarket Strategy -- Self-Regulation -- Research -- Theory -- Empirical -- Data and Methods -- Public Politics -- Private Politics -- Normative -- Notes -- References -- Part I: Public Politics -- Political Risk as a Hold-Up Problem: Implications for Integrated Strategy -- Introduction -- The Model -- Analysis of Model -- Strategies to Mitigate Political Risk -- Government Commitment -- Voluntary Concessions -- Political Strategies -- Integrated Strategy: HR, Operations, and Value Chain Management -- Integrated Strategy: Ownership and Contracts -- Integrated Strategy: Timing of Profits -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Incorporating Legislative Effectiveness into Nonmarket Strategy: The Case of Financial Services Reform and the Great Recession -- Pivotal Politics Theories -- A Theory of Legislative Effectiveness with Pivotal Politics -- Who Are the Most Effective Legislators? -- An Illustration: Banking and Finance in the Great Recession -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- A Unified Model of Political Risk -- Introduction.
Theory: A Unified Model of Political Risk -- Disaggregating Political Risk -- Modeling Each Risk -- Theoretical Model: An Extensive-Form Game with War, Transfer Restrictions, and Expropriation -- Structure of the Game -- Investor Incentives -- Government Incentives -- Dynamic Intuitions from the Static Model -- Capabilities of Investors -- Ability to Resist -- Level of Information -- Ease of Exit -- Mapping Capabilities to Risks -- War versus Expropriation and Transfer Restriction -- Transfer Risk versus Expropriation -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- Proof of Proposition 1 -- Motivations for Corporate Political Activity -- Introduction -- Transactional Nature of Campaign Contributions -- Motivations for Corporate Political Activity: Strategy or Agency -- Strategic Behavior of Executives -- Agency Behavior of PACs -- Empirical Approach -- Data -- Dependent Variables -- Independent Variables -- Statistical Models and Their Interpretation -- Empirical Results -- Discussion -- Simultaneous Presence of Strategic and Agency-Motivated Behavior -- Interorganizational Dynamics in Public Politics -- Managerial Implications -- Highly versus Less Regulated Industries -- Limitations -- Implications for Future Research Design -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- The Market for Legislative Influence over Regulatory Policy -- Introduction -- Research Design -- Theory and Hypotheses -- Econometric Specification, Data and Measures -- Results -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part II: Private Politics -- Corporate Reputational Dynamics, Private Regulation, and Activist Pressure -- Introduction -- The Model -- Model Structure -- The Firm -- The Activist -- Comments on the Model Specification -- Equilibrium Conditions -- Firm's Bellman Equation and Kuhn Tucker Conditions.
Activist's Bellman Equation and Kuhn Tucker Conditions -- Equilibrium Conditions -- Computational Approach -- Baseline Parameterization -- Computational Analysis -- Analysis -- Equilibrium Behavior with no Activist -- Equilibrium Behavior with an Activist -- The Role and Impact of the Activist: A Preliminary Cut -- Computational Results: Baseline Parameterization -- Computational Results: Grid Search Over G -- Comparative Statics of Long-Run Outcomes -- Activist Efficacy: Variations in α and ω -- Activist and Firm Patience: Variations in βA and βF -- Returns to Reputation for Corporate Citizenship: Variations in θ -- Activist Passion: Variations in ψ -- Summary and Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- Appendix -- Second-Order Conditions -- Firm's Problem -- Activist's Problem -- Computational Method -- Proofs of Propositions -- Proofs of Propositions 1 -- Proof of Proposition 2 -- Proof of Lemma 1 -- Proof of Proposition 4 -- Proof of Proposition 6 -- Self-Regulation and Regulatory Discretion: Why Firms May Be Reluctant to Signal Green -- Introduction -- The Model -- Regulatory Flexibility and Firm Compliance -- Legislative Stage -- Self-Regulation -- Uninformed Regulator Offers Flexibility (λλ.) -- Numerical Example -- Discussion -- Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Private Politics Daily: What Makes Firms the Target of Internet/Media Criticism? An Empirical Investigation of Firm, Indust... -- Introduction -- Internet/Media Criticism and Activist Campaigns -- Internet/Media Criticism and Campaigns as Different Aspects of Private Politics -- Internet/Media Criticism as Early Stage of Activist Campaigns -- Hypotheses -- Firm-Specific Factors -- Industry Factors -- Country-Specific and Institutional Factors -- Data and Methods -- Dependent Variable(s).
Independent Variables -- Firm-Level Variables -- Industry-Level Variables -- Country-Level Variables -- Results -- Results for Model 1 - General Criticism Sample -- Model 2: Likelihood of Being Severely Criticized -- Model 3: Determinants of Criticism Intensity -- Discussion - Conclusion -- Limitations -- Notes -- References -- Part III: Integrated Political Strategy -- Navigating Natural Monopolies: Market Strategy and Nonmarket Challenges in Radio and Television Audience Measurement Markets -- Introduction -- Market Structures of the Radio and Television Ratings Markets -- Radio and Television Audience Ratings -- Overview of the Evolution of Audience Measurement Markets in the United States -- Economic Characteristics of the Radio and Television Ratings Markets -- Economies of Scale -- Value of Comparability -- Information Imperfections -- Partially Conflicting Buyer Preferences -- Summary -- Firm Strategies, Nonmarket Constraints, and Industry Dynamics -- Competition for the Market -- Positioning -- Pricing and Deep Pockets -- Acquisitions and Alliances -- Exploiting Monopoly -- Maintaining Monopoly -- Business Practices to Limit Available Customers or Increase Switching Costs -- Innovation Competition and Displacement of the Incumbent -- Summary -- Threats of Governmental Intervention, Self-Regulation, and Negotiation -- The 1963 Harris Hearings -- Switching to Local People Meters in the United States, 2002-2009 -- Summary -- Alternative Models of Television Audience Measurement Markets -- Television Audience Measurement in the United Kingdom -- Television Audience Measurement in Australia -- Television Audience Measurement in India, 2008-2014 -- Discussion: No Exit and the Political Economy of Complaints -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- The Organization of Nonmarket Strategy -- Introduction -- A Typology of Nonmarket Organization.
Model -- Integration -- Specialization -- Optimal Organizational Form -- Economy of Scope β -- Importance of CSR for Output α -- Manager Valuation of CSR δ -- Firm Valuation of CSR -- Non-CSR Nonmarket Functions -- Relating Theory to Organizational Form in Practice -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix A: Proofs -- Appendix B: Organizational form Typology Coding -- Complementarity in Firms' Market and Political Capabilities: An Integrated Theoretical Perspective -- Introduction -- Political Tactics and Market Capabilities -- Common Political Tactics and Underlying Political Capabilities -- Building Political Capabilities from Market Capabilities -- Information Provision -- Constituency Building -- Sustainability of Political Advantage -- Internal Alignment -- External Alignment -- Consistency of Internal and External Alignments -- Discussion -- Can Firms Entirely Replace Political Capabilities with Outsourcing? -- How Far Can Capabilities Travel within the Firm? -- Theoretical Contributions -- Limitations and Future Research -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- How Patent Strategy Affects the Timing and Method of Patent Litigation Resolution -- Literature Review and Hypotheses -- Generic Patent Strategies and the Timing of Patent Litigation Resolution -- Proprietary Patent Strategy -- Defensive Patent Strategy -- Leveraging Patent Strategy -- Data and Methods -- Dependent Variable -- Independent Variables -- Proprietary Strategy: Patentee Stakes and Patent Age -- Defensive Strategy: Portfolio Citations and Counter-Suit -- Leveraging Strategy: Size Ratio -- Control Variables -- Empirical Model -- Results -- Discussion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- About the Authors.
Summary: Strategy Beyond Markets is organized around three themes: Public Politics, Private Politics, and Integrated Political Strategy. The book explores the way these strategies influence political environments, firms and corporations.
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Front Cover -- Strategy Beyond Markets -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Introduction -- Public Politics Articles -- Private Politics Articles -- Integrated Political Strategy Articles -- Notes -- References -- Strategy beyond Markets: A Step Back and a Look Forward -- Introduction -- A Stylized (U.S.) History of the Demand for Nonmarket Strategy -- Nonmarket Strategy -- Roles of Nonmarket Strategy -- Levels of Nonmarket Strategy Research -- The Political Economy Approach -- The Firm Level -- Applying the Approach -- Public Politics Example: Uber -- Private Politics: Rainforest Action Network and Citigroup -- Integrated Strategy and Private and Public Politics: The Fast Food Campaign -- Market and Nonmarket Strategy -- Strategic Management -- Nonmarket Strategy -- Self-Regulation -- Research -- Theory -- Empirical -- Data and Methods -- Public Politics -- Private Politics -- Normative -- Notes -- References -- Part I: Public Politics -- Political Risk as a Hold-Up Problem: Implications for Integrated Strategy -- Introduction -- The Model -- Analysis of Model -- Strategies to Mitigate Political Risk -- Government Commitment -- Voluntary Concessions -- Political Strategies -- Integrated Strategy: HR, Operations, and Value Chain Management -- Integrated Strategy: Ownership and Contracts -- Integrated Strategy: Timing of Profits -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Incorporating Legislative Effectiveness into Nonmarket Strategy: The Case of Financial Services Reform and the Great Recession -- Pivotal Politics Theories -- A Theory of Legislative Effectiveness with Pivotal Politics -- Who Are the Most Effective Legislators? -- An Illustration: Banking and Finance in the Great Recession -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- A Unified Model of Political Risk -- Introduction.

Theory: A Unified Model of Political Risk -- Disaggregating Political Risk -- Modeling Each Risk -- Theoretical Model: An Extensive-Form Game with War, Transfer Restrictions, and Expropriation -- Structure of the Game -- Investor Incentives -- Government Incentives -- Dynamic Intuitions from the Static Model -- Capabilities of Investors -- Ability to Resist -- Level of Information -- Ease of Exit -- Mapping Capabilities to Risks -- War versus Expropriation and Transfer Restriction -- Transfer Risk versus Expropriation -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- Proof of Proposition 1 -- Motivations for Corporate Political Activity -- Introduction -- Transactional Nature of Campaign Contributions -- Motivations for Corporate Political Activity: Strategy or Agency -- Strategic Behavior of Executives -- Agency Behavior of PACs -- Empirical Approach -- Data -- Dependent Variables -- Independent Variables -- Statistical Models and Their Interpretation -- Empirical Results -- Discussion -- Simultaneous Presence of Strategic and Agency-Motivated Behavior -- Interorganizational Dynamics in Public Politics -- Managerial Implications -- Highly versus Less Regulated Industries -- Limitations -- Implications for Future Research Design -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- The Market for Legislative Influence over Regulatory Policy -- Introduction -- Research Design -- Theory and Hypotheses -- Econometric Specification, Data and Measures -- Results -- Discussion and Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part II: Private Politics -- Corporate Reputational Dynamics, Private Regulation, and Activist Pressure -- Introduction -- The Model -- Model Structure -- The Firm -- The Activist -- Comments on the Model Specification -- Equilibrium Conditions -- Firm's Bellman Equation and Kuhn Tucker Conditions.

Activist's Bellman Equation and Kuhn Tucker Conditions -- Equilibrium Conditions -- Computational Approach -- Baseline Parameterization -- Computational Analysis -- Analysis -- Equilibrium Behavior with no Activist -- Equilibrium Behavior with an Activist -- The Role and Impact of the Activist: A Preliminary Cut -- Computational Results: Baseline Parameterization -- Computational Results: Grid Search Over G -- Comparative Statics of Long-Run Outcomes -- Activist Efficacy: Variations in α and ω -- Activist and Firm Patience: Variations in βA and βF -- Returns to Reputation for Corporate Citizenship: Variations in θ -- Activist Passion: Variations in ψ -- Summary and Conclusions -- Notes -- References -- Appendix -- Second-Order Conditions -- Firm's Problem -- Activist's Problem -- Computational Method -- Proofs of Propositions -- Proofs of Propositions 1 -- Proof of Proposition 2 -- Proof of Lemma 1 -- Proof of Proposition 4 -- Proof of Proposition 6 -- Self-Regulation and Regulatory Discretion: Why Firms May Be Reluctant to Signal Green -- Introduction -- The Model -- Regulatory Flexibility and Firm Compliance -- Legislative Stage -- Self-Regulation -- Uninformed Regulator Offers Flexibility (λλ.) -- Numerical Example -- Discussion -- Conclusions -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Private Politics Daily: What Makes Firms the Target of Internet/Media Criticism? An Empirical Investigation of Firm, Indust... -- Introduction -- Internet/Media Criticism and Activist Campaigns -- Internet/Media Criticism and Campaigns as Different Aspects of Private Politics -- Internet/Media Criticism as Early Stage of Activist Campaigns -- Hypotheses -- Firm-Specific Factors -- Industry Factors -- Country-Specific and Institutional Factors -- Data and Methods -- Dependent Variable(s).

Independent Variables -- Firm-Level Variables -- Industry-Level Variables -- Country-Level Variables -- Results -- Results for Model 1 - General Criticism Sample -- Model 2: Likelihood of Being Severely Criticized -- Model 3: Determinants of Criticism Intensity -- Discussion - Conclusion -- Limitations -- Notes -- References -- Part III: Integrated Political Strategy -- Navigating Natural Monopolies: Market Strategy and Nonmarket Challenges in Radio and Television Audience Measurement Markets -- Introduction -- Market Structures of the Radio and Television Ratings Markets -- Radio and Television Audience Ratings -- Overview of the Evolution of Audience Measurement Markets in the United States -- Economic Characteristics of the Radio and Television Ratings Markets -- Economies of Scale -- Value of Comparability -- Information Imperfections -- Partially Conflicting Buyer Preferences -- Summary -- Firm Strategies, Nonmarket Constraints, and Industry Dynamics -- Competition for the Market -- Positioning -- Pricing and Deep Pockets -- Acquisitions and Alliances -- Exploiting Monopoly -- Maintaining Monopoly -- Business Practices to Limit Available Customers or Increase Switching Costs -- Innovation Competition and Displacement of the Incumbent -- Summary -- Threats of Governmental Intervention, Self-Regulation, and Negotiation -- The 1963 Harris Hearings -- Switching to Local People Meters in the United States, 2002-2009 -- Summary -- Alternative Models of Television Audience Measurement Markets -- Television Audience Measurement in the United Kingdom -- Television Audience Measurement in Australia -- Television Audience Measurement in India, 2008-2014 -- Discussion: No Exit and the Political Economy of Complaints -- Notes -- Acknowledgment -- References -- The Organization of Nonmarket Strategy -- Introduction -- A Typology of Nonmarket Organization.

Model -- Integration -- Specialization -- Optimal Organizational Form -- Economy of Scope β -- Importance of CSR for Output α -- Manager Valuation of CSR δ -- Firm Valuation of CSR -- Non-CSR Nonmarket Functions -- Relating Theory to Organizational Form in Practice -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix A: Proofs -- Appendix B: Organizational form Typology Coding -- Complementarity in Firms' Market and Political Capabilities: An Integrated Theoretical Perspective -- Introduction -- Political Tactics and Market Capabilities -- Common Political Tactics and Underlying Political Capabilities -- Building Political Capabilities from Market Capabilities -- Information Provision -- Constituency Building -- Sustainability of Political Advantage -- Internal Alignment -- External Alignment -- Consistency of Internal and External Alignments -- Discussion -- Can Firms Entirely Replace Political Capabilities with Outsourcing? -- How Far Can Capabilities Travel within the Firm? -- Theoretical Contributions -- Limitations and Future Research -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- How Patent Strategy Affects the Timing and Method of Patent Litigation Resolution -- Literature Review and Hypotheses -- Generic Patent Strategies and the Timing of Patent Litigation Resolution -- Proprietary Patent Strategy -- Defensive Patent Strategy -- Leveraging Patent Strategy -- Data and Methods -- Dependent Variable -- Independent Variables -- Proprietary Strategy: Patentee Stakes and Patent Age -- Defensive Strategy: Portfolio Citations and Counter-Suit -- Leveraging Strategy: Size Ratio -- Control Variables -- Empirical Model -- Results -- Discussion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- About the Authors.

Strategy Beyond Markets is organized around three themes: Public Politics, Private Politics, and Integrated Political Strategy. The book explores the way these strategies influence political environments, firms and corporations.

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