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Michael Everett Porter (* 1947) is a professor for economic science at the Harvard Business School and director/conductor institutes for of the Strategy and Competitiveness. It is one of the prominent economists in the area of the strategic management. Principal interest of its work is to explain how companies or regions attain competition advantages.

Porter is in particular admits for the formulation of the three generic competition strategies (segmenting, differentiation and cost leader shank), the value chain (VALUE chain), which represents the production process of an enterprise in form of a block arrow, and which Konkurrenzanalyse and determination of the industry and market attractiveness on the basis the five-force model (five forces).

Porter is considered further as a founder of the theory of the creation of competition advantages by clustering in the regional context.

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  • Porter, Michael E.: CAN Japan , 2000, ISBN 0465059899
  • Michael Porter: Competitive Advantage, ISBN 0684841460
  • Michael Porter: The Competitive Advantage OF nation, ISBN 0684841479
  • Montgomery, Cynthia A.; Porter, Michael E. (Eds.), Strategy. Seeking and Securing Competitive Advantage, Boston/measure.: Harvard Business press 1991
  • Porter, Michael E., Consumer behavior, retailer power, and more manufacturer strategy into more consumer goods industries, doctoral thesis (unpublished) Harvard 1973.
  • Porter, Michael E., Consumer behavior, retailer power, and more manufacturer strategy into more consumer goods industries, in: Review OF Economics and Statistics, 56. Jg. 1974, November, P. 419 - 436.
  • Porter, Michael E., note on the structural analysis OF of industries. Case No. 9-376-054, Boston/measure.: Intercollegiate Case clearing House 1974.
  • Porter, Michael E., interfire choince, strategy and bilateral market power, Harvard Economic Studies, Cambridge/measure.: Harvard University press 1976.
  • Porter, Michael E.Please note location OF nearest exit: Exit barriers and planning, in: California management Review, 19. Jg. 1976, winter, P. 21 - 33.
  • Caves, R.E.; Porter, Michael E., From entry Barriers ton of Mobility Barriers, in: QJE, 91. Jg. 1977, No. 3, P. 241 - 261
  • Porter, Michael E., Market structure, strategy formulation, and firm profitability: The theory OF strategic groups and mobility barriers, in: Cady, J. (Hg.): Marketing and the public interest, Cambridge/measure.: Marketing Science of institutes 1978, P. 101 - 126.
  • Porter, Michael E., The Structure within industry and Companies' performance, in: The Review OF Economics and Statistics, 62. Jg. 1979, P. 214 - 227.
  • Porter, Michael E., How competitive forces shape strategy, in: HBR, 57. Jg. 1979, March April, P. 137 - 156. , again-printed in: Mintzberg, Henry; Quinn, James Brian (1992): The Strategy Process - Concepts and Contexts, 2. A., Englewood Cliffs/N.J.: Prentice resound 1992, P. 61 - 70.
  • Caves, R.E.; Porter, Michael E.; Spence, A.M., Competition into the open economy, Cambridge: Haravard University press 1980.
  • Porter, Michael E., Competitive Strategy. Techniques for Analyzing Industries and Competitors, New York: Free press 1980.
  • Porter, Michael E., The Constributions OF Industrial Organization ton of Strategy Formulation: A promise beginning ton realized. Harvard Business School Working PAPER 79-60, division OF Research, Graduate School OF Business administration, Haravard University, Boston/measure. 1980.
  • Porter, Michael E., The Contributions OF Industrial Organization ton of Strategic management, in: AMR, 6. Jg. 1981, No. 5, P. 609 - 620
  • Porter, Michael E., Strategic interaction: Some lessons from industry histories for theory and antutrust policy, in: Salop, S.C.: Strategy, predation, and antitrustz analysis, Washington 1981, P. 449 - 506.
  • Porter, Michael E., Cases into competitive Strategy, New York: The Free press 1983.
  • Porter, Michael E., Industrial Organization and the evolution OF concepts for strategic planning: The new learning, in: MDE, 4. Jg. 1983, No. 3. P. 172 - 180.
  • Porter, Michael E., competition strategy, methods to the analysis of industries and competitor, 1. A., Frankfurt (Main): Campus 1983.
  • Porter, Michael E., Competitive Advantage, New York: Free press 1985.
  • Porter, Michael E., Competition in global Industries, Boston/measure. 1986.

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