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Professor Yipeng Liu guest edits New Special Issue Project on ‘Resource and Knowledge Based View and New Contexts’ at Journal of Business Research

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This project will be exploring the topic of 'Extending the Resource and Knowledge Based View: Insights from New Contexts of Analysis' and the submission deadline is 31 December 2020. Professor Liu's fellow editors are Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Professor of Organisational Psychology and Health at Manchester Business School, Dr Vijay Pereira, Associate Professor at Khalifa University, and Professor Demetris Vrontis, Vice Rector for Faculty and Research at the University of Nicosia.

The journal's call for papers aims to explore resource-based view (RBV), which comprises of a comprehensive body of management literature concerned with the source and nature of an organisation’s strategic resources and capabilities. Specifically, the focus is on how and whether the RBV, knowledge-based view (KBV) and related theories (relational view, dynamic capabilities etc) can be considered in new contexts of analysis and recent developments in fields such as digitalisation and disruptive technologies, strategic agility in emerging markets and artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality.

To find out more about the journal and see the call for papers click here.

Professor Yipeng Liu

Visiting Professor
Published 22 June 2020
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