This paper by Paul Emmanuelides and Philip H. Birnbaum-More applies an information-processing approach to the study of product development projects.
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New Product Development Throughout Time: The Japanese Portion of a Cross-National Study
In a comprehensive study of Japanese and U.S. electronic firm product development practices, the authors (Russel W. Wright, Lillian C. Wright, Phillip H. Birnbaum-More, and Ryo Hirasawa) find significant differences between countries in the inputs, process, outputs, and other differences associated with first to market and fast responding firms.
Managerial Values in the People’s Republic of China and Hong Kong
This paper by Philip H. Birnbaum and Gilbert Y. Y. Wong reports on a study of the managerial values in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and Hong Kong.
Organizational Response to Government Regulation: A New Theoretical Perspective
Philip H. Birnbaum and Edward J. Ottensmeyer argue that students of organizational strategy lack a fully specified framework for studying and better understanding the strategies shaped by organizations in response to government regulation.
Competitive Advantage and the Basis of Competition
Philip H. Birnbaum and Andrew R. Weiss conducted an exploratory analysis of the basis of competition in 13 specific industrial sectors.