Corporate Competitive Advantages Research Paper by The Research Group

Corporate Competitive Advantages
Examines ways firms gain market power through positioning, strategy, technology, politics, quality & pricing. Provides examples.
# 13883 | 3,375 words | 8 sources | 1999 | US
Published on Feb 21, 2003 in Business (Management) , Business (General)


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"Introduction
What determines the level of profit that a company is able to make in a particular industry? From an economic standpoint, the answer is simply supply and demand; in the "real-world," it is necessary to understand what drives supply and demand and how companies can take advantage of the competitive environment. Companies compete against other producers of the same goods and services, against producers of substitute goods and services, against potential competitors, against each other for buyers and suppliers. These factors shape the nature of competition within a particular industry. This research examines the work of Michael Porter and how understanding the competitive environment can give a company a competitive advantage."

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