Resource spotlight: Long Range Planning

This is part of a series of spotlights on resources available from the RGU library service.

long range planning

The journal Long Range Planning is an international journal that looks at the field of strategic management, publishing both empirical research and theorectical articles. Topics covered include: corporate strategy and governance, strategies for emerging markets, innovation, organizational structure and design, corporate social responsibility, management of technology, and methods for strategy research amongst many others.

Some recent articles are:

  • Preferences and Performance of International Strategies in Retail Sectors: An Empirical Study.
    Written by Bernhard Swoboda, Stefan Elsner, and Dirk Morschett. Published in 2014 in volume 47, issue 6, pp. 319-336.
  • Management Education makes a Difference: Enhancing German Engineering Performance.
    Written by Robert A. Paton and Richard Wagner. Published in 2014 in volume 47, issue 5, pp. 277–298.
  • Innovate or Imitate? The Role of Collective Beliefs in Competences in Competing Firms.
    Written by Mark Jenkins. Published in 2014 in volume 47, issue 4, pp. 173–185.

RGU library service provides access to this journal online from 1968 to the present day from ScienceDirect and in print from 1995 to 2006.

To take a look at the online journal you can always get access to it from the library catalogue which includes log in information in the full record section.

Alternatively you can follow this link to the ScienceDirect website and see what the Long Range Planning journal has to offer*.

*To log in please enter your RGU username and password when prompted.

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