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Porter, M. E. On Competition, Updated and Expanded Edition. Boston: Harvard Business School Publishing, 2008. 2. Porter, Michael E. , and Klaus Schwab, eds. Global Competitiveness Report 2008/2009. Geneva: World Economic Forum, 2008. 3. Lopez- Claros, Augusto, Michael Porter, Xavier Sala-I-Martin, and Klaus Schwab. Global Competitiveness Report 2007-2008. World Economic Forum, 2007. 4. Porter, Michael E. , and Elizabeth O. Teisberg. Redefining Health Care: Creating Value-Based Competition on Results. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 2006. 5. Porter, Michael E. , Hirotaka Takeuchi, and M. Sakakibara.

Can Japan Compete? Tokyo: Daiyamondosha [Diamond, Inc. ], 2000. (English ed. , Basingstoke: MacMillan, 2000; New York: Bastc Books, 2000. ) 6. porter, M. E. on Competition. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 1998. 7. Porter, M. E. , and The Monitor Company. Canada at the Crossroads: The Reality of a New Competitive Environment. Ottawa: Business Council on National Issues, 1992. 8. Porter, M. E. , S. Borner, R. Weder, and M. J. Enright. Internationale Wettbewerbsvorteile: Ein Strategisches Konzept fur die Schweiz (International Competitive Advantage: A New Strategic Concept for Switzerland).

Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag, 1991. 9. Porter, Michael E. , Orlan Solvell, and l. Zander. Advantage Sweden. Stockholm: Norstedts F?¶rlag, 1991. (Second ed. , Stockholm: Norstedts Juridik, 1993. ) 10. Porter, M. E. , G. T. Crocombe, and M. J. Enright. Upgrading New Zealand’s Competitive Advantage. Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1991. 11. Montgomery, C. A. , and M. E. Porter, eds. Strategy: Seeking and Securing Competitive Advantage. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 1991. 12. Porter, M. E. The Competitive Advantage of Nations. New York: Free Press, 1990. (Republished with a new introduction, 1998. 13. Porter, Michael E. , ed. Competition in Global Industries. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 1986. 14. Andrews, K. ,J. Bower, C. R. Christensen, R. Hamermesh, and M. E. Porter. Business Policy: Text and Cases. 6 Homewood, IL: Richard D. Irwin, 1986. 15. Porter, M. E. The Competitive Advantage: Creating and Sustaining Superior Performance. NY: Free Press, 1985. (Republished with a new introduction, 1998. ) 16. Porter, M. E. Cases in Competitive Strategy. NY: Free Press, 1982. 17. Porter, M. E. Competitive Strategy: Techniques for Analyzing Industries and Competitors. New York: Free Press, 1980. Republished with a new introduction, 1998. ) 18. Caves, R. E. , M. E. Porter, and A. M. Spence. Competition in an Open Economy: A Model Applied to Canada. Vol. 150, Harvard Economic Studies. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1980. 19. Caves, R. E. , M. E. Porter, A. M. Spence, and J. T. Scott. Studies in Canadian Industrial Organization. Toronto: Canadian Commission on Corporate Concentration, 1977. 20. Porter, M. E. Interbrand Choice, Strategy and Bilateral Market Power. Vol. 146, Harvard Economic Studies. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1976. Journal Articles 1. Porter, Michael E. , and Thomas H.

Lee. “The Strategy That Will Fix Health Care. ” Harvard Business Review 91, no. 0 (October 2013): 50-70. 2. Porter, Michael E. , and Jan W. Rivkin. “The Looming Challenge to U. S Competitiveness. ” Harvard Business Revle no. 3 (Marcn 2 c ae E. , ana Jan w “Choosing the United States. ” Harvard Business Review 90, no. 3 (March 2012): 80-91. 4. Kaplan, Robert S. , and Michael E. Porter. “How to Solve the Cost Crisis in Health Care. ” Harvard Business Review89, no. 9 (September 2011): 47-64. 5. Porter, Michael E. , and Mark R. Kramer. “Creating Shared Value. ” Harvard Business Review 89, nos. 1-2 Oanuary-February 2011). . Kim, Jim Yong, Joseph Rhatigan, Sachin H. Jain, and Michael E. Porter. From a Declaration of Values to the Creation of Value in Global Health. ” Global Public Health (December 2009). 7. Shrank, William, Michael E. Porter, Sachin H. Jain, and Niteesh K. Choudhary. “A Blueprint for Pharmacy Benefits Managers to Increase Value. ” American Journal of Managed Care (February 2009). 8. Jain, Sachin H. , Rebecca Weintraub, Joseph Rhatigan, Michael E. Porter, and Jim Yong Kim. “Delivering Global Health. ” Editorials. Student BMJ 16, no. 227 Oune 2008). 9. Porter, Michael E. “The Five Competitive Forces That Shape Strategy. Special Issue on HBS Centennial. Harvard Business Review 86, no. 1 Oanuary 2008). 0. Porter, M. E. , and Mark R. Kramer. “Strategy and Society: The Link between Competitive Advantage and Corporate Social Responsibility. ” Harvard Business Review 84, no. 12 (December 2006). 11. Porter, Michael E. , Jay W. Lorsch, and Nitin Nohria. “Seven Surprises for New CEOS. ” R0410C. Harvard Business Review 82, no. 10 (October 2004): 62-72. 12. Porter, M. E. , and Elizabeth Olmsted Teisberg. “Redefining Competition in Health Care. ” Harvard Business Review82, no. 6 Oune 2004). 13. Porter, Michael E. “The Economic Performance of Regions. Regional Studies 37, nos. 6-7 (August-October 2003). 14. Porter, M. E. Innovation: Location Matters. ” MIT Sloan Management Review 42, no. 4 (summer 2001). 15. Sakakibara, Mariko, and Michael E. Porter. “Competing at Home to Win Abroad: Evidence from Japanese History. “Review of Economics and Statistics 83, no. 2 (May 2001). 16. Porter, M. E. “Strategy and the Internet. ” Harvard Business Review 79, no. 3 (March 2001). 17. Takeuchi, Hirotaka, and Michael E. Porter. “Freeing Oneself from Non-Differentiated Across-the-Board Competition. ” Japan Center for Economic Research Journal (2001). 18. Porter, Michael E. Location, Competition and Economic Development: Local Clusters in a Global Economy. “Economic Development Quarterly 14, no. 1 (February 2000): 15-34. 19. Porter, Michael E. , and Mark R. Kramer. “Philanthropy’s New Agenda: Creating Value. ” Harvard Business Review77, no. 6 (November-December 1999). 20. Porter, Michael E. , and Hirotaka Takeuchi. “Fixing What Really Ails Japan. ” Foreign Affairs 78, no. 3 (May-June 1999). 21 . McGahan, Anita M. , and Michael E. Porter. “The Persistence of Shocks to Profitability. ” Review of Economics and Statistics 81, no. 1 (February 1999): 143-153. 22. Porter, Michael E. The Microeconomic Foundations of Economic Development and Competitiveness. Wirtschaftspolitische Bl?¤tte 46 (1999). 23. Porter, Michael E. “Clusters and the New Economy. ” Harvard Business Review 76, no. 6 (November-December 1998). (Reprinted in Managing in the New Economy, HBSP, 1999; and in Systems of Innovation: Growth, Competitiveness and Employment, Edward Elgar, 2000. ) 24. Porter, M. E. “Competition in Global Industries: A Conceptual Framework. ” Hitotsubashi biJinesu reby?? [Hitotsubashi Business Review] 35, no. 4 (March 1998). 25. Porter, Michael E. , and Dan Esty. “Industrial Ecology and Competitiveness. Journal of Industrial Ecology 2, no. 1 (winter 1998). 26. Porter, Michael E. , Yagil Weinberg, and Noreena Hertz. “The Bottom-Up Solution. ” Financial I Imes (Septemoer 1 M Porter. “How Mucn Industry Matter, Really? ” Strategic Management Journal 18 (summer 1997): 15-30. 28. Porter, M. E. , and Tapan Munroe. “The Inner City’s Competitive Advantage. ” San Francisco Examiner (February 27, 1997). 29. Porter, Michael E. “New Strategies for Inner-City Economic Development. ” Economic Development Quarterly 1 1, no. 1 (February 1997). 30. Porter, M. E. “What Is Strategy? ” Harvard Business Review 74, no. 6 (November-December 1996). 1 . Porter, M. E. “Competitiveness in Central America. Competitiveness in Central America: Preparing Companies for Globalization Ouly 1996). 32. Porter, Michael E. “Competitive Advantage, Agglomeration Economies, and Regional Policy. ” International Regional Science Review 19, nos. 1-2 (1996). 33. Porter, M. E. , and Claas van der Linde. “Toward a New Conception of the Environment-competitiveness Relationship. ” Journal of Economic Perspectives 9, no. 4 (fall 1995). 34. Porter, M. E. , and Claas van der Linde. “Green and Competitive: Ending the Stalemate. ” Harvard Business Review73, no. 5 (September- October 1995). 5. Porter, Michael E. , and Victor A. Millar. “How Information Gives You Competitive Advantage. ” Harvard Business Review 73, no. 4 Ouly-August 1995). 36. Porter, M. E. “The Rise of the Urban Entrepreneur. ” Special Issue on The State of Small Business. Inc. (May 16, 1995). 37. Porter, M. E. “The Competitive Advantage of the Inner City. ” Harvard Business Review 73, no. 3 (May-June 1995). 38. Teisberg, Elizabeth 0. , M. E. Porter, and Gregory B. Brown. “Making Competition in Health Care Work. ” Harvard Business Review 72, no. 4 Ouly-August 1994). 39. Porter, M. E. , Elizabeth Teisberg, and Gregory Brown. Innovation: Medicine’s Best Cost- Cutter. ” New York Times(February 27, 1994). 0. Porter, M. E. “The Role of Location in Competition. ” Journal of the Economics of Business 1, no. 1 (1994). 41 . Porter, M. E. , and Rebecca E. Wayland. “Will Japan Remain a Long-Term Investor? ” Nikkei biJinesu [Nikkei Business] (December 1992). 42. Porter, M. E. , and Rebecca E. Wayland. “America’s Long-Term Investment Problem. ” Nikkei biJinesu [Nikkei Business] (December 1992). 43. Porter, M. E. “Capital Disadvantage: America’s Falling Capital Investment System. ” Harvard Business Review 70, no. 5 (September-October 1992). 44. Porter, M.

E. “Capital Choices: Changing the Way America Invests in Industry. Continental Bank Journal of Applied Corporate Finance 5, no. 2 (summer 1992): 4-16. 45. Porter, M. E. “Know Your Place: How to Assess the Attractiveness of Your Industry and Your Company’s Position In It. ” Inc. (September 1991). 46. Porter, M. E. “America’s Green Strategy. ” Scientific American 264, no. 4 (April 1991). 47. Porter, M. E. “Towards a Dynamic Theory of Strategy. ” Strategic Management Journal (winter 1991). 48. Porter, M. E. “Japan Isn’t Playing by Different Rules. ” New York Times Ouly 22, 1990). 49. Porter, M. E. “Don’t Collaborate, Compete. Economist Oune 9, 1990). 50. Porter, M. E. The Competitive Advantage of Nations. ” Harvard Business Review 68, no. 2 (March-April 1990). 51 . Porter, M. E. “The State of Strategic Thinking. ” Economist (May 23, 1987). 52. Porter, M. E. “From Competitive Advantage to Corporate Strategy. ” Harvard Business Review 65, no. 3 (May-June 1987). 53. Porter, M. E. “Changing Patterns of International Competition. ” California Management Review 28, no. 2 (winter 1986). 54. Porter, M E “Why U. S. Business Is Falling Behind. ” Fortune (April 28, 1986). 55. Porter, M. E. “The Strategic Role of International Marketing. Journal of Consumer Marketing 3, no. 2 (sprlng 1 Attacking an Industry Leader. ” Fortune (April 2 57. Porter, M. E. “A Good Competitor Is Not Always a Dead Competitor. ” Wall Street Journal (April 1, 1985). 58. Porter, M. E. “Defensive Strategy. ” Strategy 7, no. 1 (1985). 59. Porter, M. E. “Technology and Competitive Advantage. ” Journal of Business Strategy 5, no. 3 (winter 1985). 60. Takeuchi, Hirotaka, and Michael E. Porter. “Global Marketing no Senryaku-teki Yakuwari: Sekai-teki Kibo deno Coordination no Kanri ni tsuite (The Strategic Role of Global Marketing: Managing Coordination on a Worldwide Basis). Hitotsubashi biJinesu reby?? [Hitotsubashi Business Review] (August 1983). 61 . Harrigan, Kathryn Rudie, and M. E. Porter. “End-Game Strategies for Declining Industries. ” Harvard Business Review 61, no. 4 Ouly-August 1983). 62. Hout, T. M. , M. E. Porter, and E. Rudden. “How Global Companies Win Out. ” Harvard Business Review 60, no. 5 (September-October 1982). 63. Porter, M. E. “Price Wars, More Liberal Credit and Other Competitive Maneuvers. ” Boardroom Reports 11, no. 1 Oanuary 1, 1982). 64. Porter, M. E. “The Contributions of Industrial Organization to Strategic Management: A Promise Beginning to Be Realized. Academy of Management Review (October 1981). 5. Porter, M. E. “More Competition Ahead: The Way to Recognize It, Respond, and Get Ahead. ” Boardroom Reports10, no. 5 (March 9, 1981). 66. Porter, M. E. “Capacity Expansion: Should You Play the Preemption Game? ” Journal of Business Strategy (winter 1981). 67. Porter, M. E. , and R. E. Caves. “The Dynamics of Changing Seller Concentration. ” Journal of Industrial Economics(September 1980). 68. Porter, M. E. “Industry Structure and Competitive Strategy: Keys to Profitability. ” Financial Analysts Journal Ouly-August 1980). 69. Porter, M. E. The Experience Curve and Antitrust. ” Forum on Antitrust, Economics of Scale and Experience Curve Strategies Oune 1980). 70. Porter, M. E. “Experience Curve. ” Wall Street Journal (October 22, 1979). 71 . Porter, M. E. “The Structure Within Industries and Companies’ Performance. ” Review of Economics and Statistics(May 1979): 214-227. 72. Porter, M. E. “How Competitive Forces Shape Strategy. ” Harvard Business Review 57, no. 2 (March-April 1979): 137-145. 73. Caves, R. E. , and M. E. Porter. “Market Structure, Oligopoly and the Stability of Market Shares. ” Journal of Industrial Economics Oune 1978): 289-313. 4. Porter, Michael E. “Optimal Advertising: An Intra-lndustry Approach. Issues in Advertising: The Economics of Persuasion (1978). 75. Porter, M. E. , R. E. Caves, and B. T. Gale. “Interflrm Profitability Differences: Comment. ” Quarterly Journal of Economics (November 1977): 667-675. 76. Porter, M. E. , and R. E. Caves. “From Entry Barriers to Mobility Barriers: Conjectural Decisions and Contrived Deterrence to New Competition. ” Quarterly Journal of Economics (May 1977): 241-262. 77. Porter, M. E. “Please Note Location of Nearest Exit: Exit Barriers and Planning. ” California Management Review 19, no. (winter 1976): 21-33. 78. Porter, M. E. “Interbrand Choice, Media Mix and Market Performance. ” American Economic Review 66, no. 2 (May 1976): 398-406. 79. Porter, M. E. , and J. F. Sagansky. “Information, Politics and Economic Analysis: The Regulatory Decision Process in the Air Freight Cases. ” Public Policy 24, no. 2 (spring 1976): 263- 307. 80. Caves, R. E. ,J. Khalizadeh-shirazi, and M. E. Porter. “Scale Economies in Statistical Analyses of Market Power. “Review of Economics and Statistics (May 1975): 133-140. 81 . Porter, M. E. “Consumer Behavior, Retailer Power and Performance in Consumer Goods Industries. Review of Economics and Statistics (November 1974): 6 BOOK cnapters 1 . Porter, Michael E. Mercedes Delgado-Garcia, Christian H. M. Ketels, and Scott Stern. “Moving to a New Global Competitiveness Index. ” Chap. 1. 2 in Global Competitiveness Report 2008/2009, edited by Michael E. Porter and Klaus Schwab, 43-63. Geneva: World Economic Forum, 2008. 2. Porter, Michael E. , and Nitin Nohria. “What Is Leadership: The CEO’s Role in Large, Complex Organizations. ” Chap. 16 in Handbook of Leadership Theory and Practice, edited by Nitin Nohria and Rakesh Khurana. Harvard Business Press, 2010. . Porter, Michael E. , and Christian H. M. Ketels. “Clusters and Industrial Districts – Common Roots, Different Perspectives. ” In The Handbook of Industrial Districts, edited by Giacomo Becattini, Marco Bellandi, and Lisa De Propris. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009. 4. Porter, Michael E. , Christian H. M. Ketels, and Mercedes Delgado-Garcia. “The Microeconomic Foundations of Prosperity: Findings from the Business Competitiveness Index. ” In Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007, edited by Augusto Lopez-Claros, Michael E. Porter, Xavier Sala-I-Martin, and Klaus Schwab.

Palgrave Macmillan: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. 5. Porter, Michael E. , and Michael R. Kramer. “Corporate Philanthropy: Taking the High Ground. ” In The Accountable Corporation. Vol. 2, edited by Marc J. Epstein and Kirk O. Hanson. Praeger, 2005. 6. Porter, M. E. “Regions and the New Economics of Competition. ” In Global City-Regions, edited by A. J. Scott. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001. 7. Porter, M. E. “Location, Clusters, and Company Strategy. ” In Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography, edited by G. Clark, M. Feldman, and M. Gertler. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. 8. Porter, Michael E. Clusters and the New Economy. ” In Systems of Innovation: Growth, Competitiveness and Employment, edited by Charles Edquist and Maureen McKelvey. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2000. 9. Porter, M. E. “Microeconomic Competitiveness: Findings from the 1999 Executive Survey. ” In The Global Competitiveness Report. Geneva, Switzerland: World Economic Forum, 1999. 10. Bond, Gregory C. , and M. E. Porter. “Innovative Capacity and Prosperity: The Next Competitiveness Challenge. ” In The Global Competitiveness Report. Geneva, Switzerland: World Economic Forum, 1999. 11. Siggelkow, Nicola], and M. E.

Porter. “Competition and Strategy: The Creation of a Group and a Field. ” In The Intellectual Venture Capitalist: John H. McArthur and the Work of the Harvard Business School, 1980-1995, edited by T. K. McCraw and J. L. Cruikshank. Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 1999. 12. Porter, M. E. “The Microeconomic Foundations of Economic Development. ” In The Global Competitiveness Report. Geneva, Switzerland: World Economic Forum, 1999. 13. Porter, M. E. “Measuring The Microeconomic Foundations of Economic Development. ” In The Global Competitiveness Report. Geneva, Switzerland: World Economic Forum, 1999. 4. Porter, M. E. , and Orlan Solvell. “The Role of Geography in the Process of Innovation and Sustainable Competitive Advantage of Firms. ” In The Dynamic Firm, edited by Alfred D. Chandler Jr. , Peter Hagstrom, and Orlan Solvell. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998. 15. Porter, M. E. “Building Competitive Advantage: Lessons from Other Countries. ” In Voices from Marrakech: Selections from the Mediterranean Development Forum, edited by Ishac Diwan and Karen Sirker. Washington, D. C. : World Bank, Economic Development Institute, 1997. 16. Porter, Michael E. , and Claas van der Linde. Toward a New conceptlon 0T tne Envlronment-competltlveness Relatlonsnlp. ” In A Reader on Environmental Law, edited by Bridget Hutter. oxford Readings in Socio-Legal Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997. 17. Porter, Michael E. , and Claas van der Linde. Green and Competitive: Ending the Stalemate. ” In The Earthscan Reader in Business and the Environment, edited by Richard Welford and Richard Starkey. London: Earthscan Publications Ltd. , 1996. 18. Porter, M. E. “Capital Choices: National Systems of Investment. ” In As if the Future Mattered: Translating Social and Economic Theory into Human Behavior, edited by Neva R.

Goodwin. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996. 19. Porter, M. E. , and Rebecca E. Wayland. “Global Competition and the Localization of Competitive Advantage. ” Inproceedings of the Integral Strategy Collegium, edited by Hans Birger Thorelli. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 1995. 20. Porter, M. E. “Competitive Strategy Revisited: A View from the 1990s. ” In The Relevance of a Decade: Essays to Mark the First Ten Years of the Harvard Business School Press, edited by Paula B. Duffy. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 1994. 21 . Porter, M. E. “Global Strategy: Winning in the World-Wide Marketplace. In The Portable MBA in Strategy, edited by Liam Fahey and Robert M. Randall. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1994. 22. Porter, M. E. “Applying the Competitive Advantage of Nations Paradigm to Norway. ” In Praktisk okonomi & Ledelse: et Konsurransedyktig Norge. Oslo, Norway: Bedrifs??konomens Forlag A/S, 1993. 23. Takeuchi, Hirotaka, and Michael E. Porter. “Kokusai Marketing to Kyousou Senryaku (International Marketing and Competitive Strategy). ” In Nihon no Kigyou System 2: Soshiki to Senryaku Oapanese Corporate System 2: Organization and Strategy), edited by Hiroyuki Itami, Tadao Kagono, and Motoshige ‘to.

Bungei ShunJau, 1993, Japanese ed. 24. Porter, M. E. “Korea in the Middle. ” In Korean Competitiveness: A Shortcut to an Advanced Nation. Seoul, Korea: Dong-Sung Cho, 1992. 25. Porter, M. E. “Can Japanese Companies Survive in Global Competition? ” In Twenty-first Century: What Will Happen to Japanese Companies? Tokyo, Japan: NHK Publications, 1989, Japanese ed. 26. Ghemawat, Pankaj, Michael E. Porter, and Richard Anthony Rawlinson. “Patterns of International Coalition Activity. ” In Competition in Global Industries, edited by M. E. Porter, 345-365. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 1986. 7. Takeuchi, Hirotaka, and Michael E. Porter. “Three Roles of International Marketing in Global Strategy. ” Incompetition in Global Industries, edited by M. E. Porter. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 1986. 28. Porter, Michael E. “U. K. Conglomerates: A View of Hanson Trust. ” In The World in 1987. London, England: Economist Group, 1986. 29. Porter, M. E. “The Technological Dimension of Competitive Strategy. ” In Research on Technological Innovation, Management and Policy. Vol. 7, edited by Robert A Burgelman and Henry Chesbrough. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, 2001. 30. Porter, M. E. Analyzing Competitors: Predicting Competitor Behavior and Formulating Offensive and Defensive Strategy. ” In Policy, Strategy, and Implementation, edited by Milton Leontiades. Random House, 1983. 31 . Porter, M. E. “Industrial Organization and the Evolution of Concepts for Strategic Planning: The New Learning. ” Incorporate Strategy: The Integration of Corporation Planning Models and Economics, edited by T. H. Taylor. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1982. 32. Spence, A. Michael, and M. E. Porter. “The Capacity Expansion Process in a Growing Oligopoly: The Case of Corn Wet Milling. In The Economics of Information and Uncertainty, J McCall. university 0T cnlcago Press, IYB2 33. Porter, M ana Kamryn Rudie Harrigan. “A Framework for Looking at Endgame Strategies. ” In Strategic Management and Business Policy, edited by B. Glueck. McGraw-Hill, 1981. 34. Porter, M. E. , and R. E. Caves. “Barriers to Exit. ” In Essays on Industrial Organization in Honor f Joe S. Bain, edited by Joe Staten Bain, Robert T. Masson, and P. David Qualles. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Company, 1976. Working Papers 1. Delgado, Mercedes, Michael E. Porter, and Scott Stern. “Clusters, Convergence, and Economic Performance. NBER Working Paper Series, No. 18250, July 2012. 2. Delgado, Mercedes, Christian Ketels, Michael E. Porter, and Scott Stern. “The Determinants of National Competitiveness. ” NBER Working Paper Series, No. 18249, July 2012. 3. Rhatigan, Joseph, Sachin H Jain, Joia S. Mukherjee, and Michael E. Porter. “Applying the Care Delivery Value Chain: HIV/AIDS Care in Resource Poor Settings. Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 09-093, February 2009. 4. Porter, Michael E. , and Elizabeth O. Teisberg. “Redefining Competition in Health Care. ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 3-042, October 2002. 5. Porter, Michael E. , and Scott Stern. “Measuring the ‘Ideas’ Production Function: Evidence from International Patent Output. ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 00-073, May 2001. 6. Porter, Michael E. , and Nicolag Siggelkow. “Contextuality Within Activity Systems. ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 01-053, March 2001. 7. Sakakibara, Mariko, and Michael E. Porter. Competing at Home to Win Abroad: Evidence from Japanese Industry. ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 01-019, October 2000. 8. Porter, Michael E. , Jeffrey L. Furman, and Scott Stern. The Drivers of National Innovative Capacity: Implications for Spain and Latin America. ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 01-004, August 2000. 9. Stern, Scott, Michael E. Porter, and Jeffrey L. Furman. “The Determinants of National Innovative Capacity. ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 00-034, October 1999. 10. Sakakibara, Mariko, and M. E. Porter. “Competing at Home to Win Abroad: Evidence from Japanese Industry. ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 99-036, September 1998. 1 1 . Porter, Michael E. “Clusters and Competition: New Agendas for Companies, Governments, and Institutions. Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 98-080, March 1998. 12. Porter, Michael, and Jan W. Rivkin. “Activity Systems as Barriers to Imitation. ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 98-066, January 1998. 13. McGahan, Anita M. , and Michael E. Porter. “The Emergence and Sustainability of Abnormal Profits. ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 97-103, June 1997. 14. McGahan, Anita M. , and Michael E. Porter. The Persistence of Shocks to Profitability: Comparing the Market-structure and Chicago Views. ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 97-102, June 1997. 15. McGahan, Anita M. , and Michael E.

Porter. “How Much Does Industry Matter, Really? ” Harvard Business School Working Paper, No. 97-101, June 1997. Cases and Teaching Materials 1 . Porter, Michael E. , and Christian Ketels. “European Integration: Meeting the Competitiveness Challenge. ” Harvard Business School Case 714-405, July 2013. 2. Porter, Michael E. , Christian Ketels, and Jorge Ramirez-Vallejo. “New York City: Bloomberg’s Strategy for Economic Development. Harvard Business School Case 714-404, July 2013. (Revised September 2013. ) 3. Porter, Michael E. , Christian Ketels, and Orlan Solvell. “Estonia: From Transition to EIJ Membership. Harvard Business scnool case 113-4/Y, June 2013 (Revlsea August 2 cnae E. , Emma Stanton, Jessica Hohman, and Caleb Stowell. “Sch?¶n Klinik: Eating Disorder Care (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 713-527, April 2013. 5. Porter, Michael E. , and Jorge Ramirez-Vallejo. “The New Carolina Initiative. ” Harvard Business School Case 713-462, January 2013. (Revised August 2013. ) 6. Porter, Michael E. , James Mountford, Kamalini Ramdas, and Samuel Takvorian. “Reconfiguring Stroke Care in North Central London . ” Harvard Business School Case 712-496, June 2012. 7. Porter, Michael E. , Emma Stanton, Jessica A.

Hohman, and Caleb Stowell. “Sch?¶n Klinik: Eating Disorder Care. ” Harvard Business School Case 712-475, March 2012. (Revised April 2013. ) 8. Porter, Michael E. , Jennifer F Baron, and C. Jason Wang. “Koo Foundation Sun Yat-Sen Cancer Center: Breast Cancer Care in Taiwan. ” Harvard Business School Case 710-425, December 2009. (Revised May 2012. ) 9. Porter, Michael E. , and Jennifer F Baron. “The UCLA Medical Center: Kidney Transplantation (TN). Harvard Business School Teaching Note 711-413, August 2010. (Revised May 2012. ) 10. Porter, Michael E. , and KJell Ke-Li Carlsson. “Ghana: National Economic Strategy. Harvard Business School Case 706-497, April 2006. (Revised April 2012. ) 1 1 . Ramirez-Vallejo, Jorge, and Michael E. Porter. “Colombia: Organizing for Competitiveness. ” Harvard Business School Case 710-417, September 2009. (Revised August 2013. ) 12. Porter, Michael E. , Jennifer F Baron, Jacob Mathew Chacko, and Robin Jian Tang. “The UCLA Medical Center: Kidney Transplantation. ” Harvard Business School Case 711-410, August 2010. (Revised March 2012. 13. Porter, Michael E. , and Elizabeth O. Teisberg. “Cleveland Clinic: Growth Strategy 2012. ” Harvard Business School Case 709-473, February 2009. (Revised February 2013. 14. Porter, Michael E. , and Jennifer F Baron. “Moving to Universal Coverage: Health Care Reform in Massachusetts. ” Harvard Business School Case 712-466, February 2012. (Revised June 2013. ) 15. Porter, Michael E. , Jennifer F Baron, and Martin ReJler. “Highland District County Hospital: Gastroenterology Care in Sweden. ” Harvard Business School Case 710-469, March 2010. (Revised October 2011 . ) 16. Porter, Michael E. , and Niels W. Ketelhohn. Building a Cluster: Electronics and Information Technology in Costa Rica. ” Harvard Business School Case 703-422, November 2002. (Revised September 2013. ) 17.

Porter, Michael E. , Clemens Guth, and Elisa M. Dannemiller. “The West German Headache Center: Integrated Migraine Care. ” Harvard Business School Case 707-559, May 2007. (Revised July 2011 . ) 18. Porter, Michael E. , Clemens Guth, and Elisa M. Dannemiller. “The West German Headache Center: Integrated Migraine Care (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 707-560, May 2007. (Revised July 2011 . ) 19. Ramirez- Vallejo, Jorge, and Michael E. Porter. “The Dutch Flower Cluster (TN). Harvard Business School Teaching Note 711-534, May 2011. 20. Porter, Michael E. , Jorge Ramirez-Vallejo, and Fred van Eenennaam. The Dutch Flower Cluster. ” Harvard Business School Case 711-507, March 2011. (Revised January 2013. ) 21 . Porter, Michael E. , Carolyn Daly, and Andrew Peter Dervan. “The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia: Network Strategy. ” Harvard Business School Case 710-463, January 2010. (Revised March 2011 . ) 22. Porter, Michael E. , and Orlan Solvell. “Finland and Nokia: Creating the World’s Most Competitive Economy. ” Harvard Business School Case 702-427, January 2002. (Revised March 2011 . ) 23. Ramirez-Vallejo, Jorge, and Michael E. Porter. “Colombia: Organizing for Competitiveness (TN). Harvard Business scnool leacnlng Note 111-481, January 2011. 24. HucKman, Rooert s. , Mlcnael Porter, Rachel Gordon, and Natalie Kindred. “Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: Spine Care. ” Harvard Business School Case 609-016, March 2009. (Revised September 2010. ) 25. Porter, Michael E. , and Sachin H Jain. “The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center: Interdisciplinary Cancer Care. ” Harvard Business School Case 708-487, May 2008. (Revised February 2013. ) 26. Porter, Michael E. , Scott Sang-Hyun Lee, Joseph Rhatigan, and Jim Yong Kim. Partners In Health: HIV Care in Rwanda. Harvard Business School Case 709-474, April 2009. (Revised May 2010. ) 27. Huckman, Robert S. , and Michael E. Porter. “Brigham and Women’s Hospital: Shapiro Cardiovascular Center (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 610-030, September 2009. (Revised April 2010. ) 28. Huckman, Robert S. , and Michael E. Porter. “Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center: Spine Care (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 610-068, April 2010. 29. Porter, Michael E. , and Orlan Solvell. “The Australian Wine Cluster: Supplementary Information. ” Harvard Business School Supplement 703-492, March 2003. Revised March 2010. 30. Porter, Michael E. , and Jennifer F Baron. “Koo Foundation Sun Yat-Sen Cancer Center: Breast Cancer Care in Taiwan (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 710-465, February 2010. 31 . Porter, Michael E. , Elizabeth O. Teisberg, Jennifer F Baron, and Carolyn Daly. “The Cleveland Clinic: Growth Strategy 2008 (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 710-466, February 2010. 32. Porter, Michael E. , and Sachin H. Jain. “ThedaCare: System Strategy. ” Harvard Business School Case 708-424, November 2007. (Revised January 2010. ) 33. Porter, Michael E. , Elizabeth O. Teisberg, and Scott Wallace.

The Joslin Diabetes Center (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 710-458, January 2010. 34. Porter, Michael E. , Elizabeth Olmsted Teisberg, and Scott Wallace. “The Joslin Diabetes Center. ” Harvard Business School Case 710-424, October 2009. (Revised January 2010. ) 35. Jain, Sachin H. , Michael E. Porter, Fatima Akrouh, and Carolyn Daly. “Ledina Lushko: Navigating Health Care Delivery. ” Harvard Business School Case 710-459, January 2010. 36. Porter, Michael E. , Zayed Muhammed Yasin, and Jennifer F Baron. “Global Health Partner: Obesity Care. ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 710-431, October 2009. 7.

Porter, Michael E. , and Christian H. M. Ketels. “Iceland: Small fish in a global pond. ” Harvard Business School Case 708-472, November 2007. (Revised August 2009. ) 38. Emmons, Willis M. , Ill, Michael E. Porter, and Spencer Wallace. “MassMEDlC: The Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council. ” Harvard Business School Case 706-498, June 2006. (Revised July 2009. ) 39. Porter, Michael E. , Sonia D. Marciano, and Alyson Warhurst. “De Beers: Addressing the New Competitiveness Challenges. ” Harvard Business School Case 706-501, May 2006. (Revised May 2009. ) 40. Porter, Michael E. , Zayed Muhammed Yasin, and Jennifer F Baron. Global Health Partner: Obesity Care. ” Harvard Business School Case 709-494, May 2009. 41 . Porter, Michael E. , and Kaia Miller. “The State of Connecticut: Strategy for Economic Development. ” Harvard Business School Case 703-426, January 2003. (Revised March 2009. ) 42. Porter, Michael E. , and Jennifer F Baron. “Pitney Bowes: Employer Health Strategy. ” Harvard Business School Case 709-458, January 2009. (Revised February 2009. ) 43. Porter, Michael E. , and Jennifer F Baron. “Pitney Bowes: Employer Health Strategy (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 709-483, February 2009. 44. Porter, Michael E. nd Sachin H Jain. “The unlverslty 0T lexas MD Anaerson cancer center: Interalsclpllnary cancer care (IN Harvard Business School Teaching Note 709-482, February 2009. (Revised from original February 2009 version. ) 45. Porter, Michael E. , and Jennifer F Baron. “Commonwealth Care Alliance: Elderly and Disabled Care (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 709-467, January 2009. 46. Anand, Bharat N. , Stephen P. Bradley, Pankaj Ghemawat, Tarun Khanna, Cynthia A. Montgomery, Michael E. Porter, Jan W. Rivkin, Michael G. Rukstad, John R. Wells, and David B. Yoffie. “Strategy: Building and Sustaining Competitive Advantage.

Harvard Business School Class Lecture 705-509, June 2005. (Revised September 2008. ) 47. Porter, Michael E. , Saquib Rahim, and Benjamin Chung-Shi Tsai. “In-Vitro Fertilization: Outcomes Measurement. ” Harvard Business School Case 709-403, July 2008. (Revised August 2008. ) 48. Porter, Michael E. , Robert S. Huckman, and Jeremy Lance Friese. “Brigham and Women’s Hospital: Shapiro Cardiovascular Center. ” Harvard Business School Case 608-175, June 2008. 49. Porter, Michael E. , and Jennifer F Baron. “Commonwealth Care Alliance: Elderly and Disabled Care. ” Harvard Business School Case 708-502, April 2008. Revised May 2008. 50. Porter, Michael E. , Arturo L. Condo, and Andrea Prado. “AFP Provida. ” Harvard Business School Case 703-424, February 2003. (Revised May 2008. ) 51 . Porter, Michael E. , and Arturo Condo. “Atlas Electrica: International Strategy. ” Harvard Business School Case 704-435, November 2003. (Revised May 2008. ) 52. Porter, Michael E. , and Orlan Solvell. “Finland and Nokia (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 705-435, December 2004. (Revised April 2008. ) 53. Porter, Michael E. , and Sachin H. Jain. “ThedaCare: System Strategy (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 708-442, February 2008. . Porter, Michael E. , and Christian H. M. Ketels. “Latvia: Economic Strategy after EIJ Accession. ” Harvard Business School Case 707-515, February 2007. (Revised November 2007. ) 55. Porter, Michael E. “Understanding Industry Structure. ” Harvard Business School Background Note 707-493, December 2006. (Revised August 2007. ) 56. porter, Michael E. , and Michael Patrick McCreless. “Rwanda: National Economic Transformation (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 708-437, July 2007. 57. Porter, Michael E. , and Christian H. M. Ketels. “Latvia: Economic Strategy after EIJ Accession (TN). ” Harvard

Business School Teaching Note 707-524, March 2007. 58. Porter, Michael E. , and Orlan Solvell. “Volvo Trucks (C): Closing Volvo Global Trucks. ” Harvard Business School Case 702-444, February 2002. (Revised May 2006. ) 59. porter, Michael E. , Anne S. Habiby, and Joanne Lasala. “St. Louis: Inner-City Economic Development. ” Harvard Business school case 704-492, March 2004. (Revised April 2006. ) 60. porter, Michael E. , and Willis M. Emmons Ill. “Asociacion Colombiana de Industrias Plasticas (Acoplasticos). ” Harvard Business School Case 703-437, February 2003. (Revised March 2006. ) 61 . Porter, Michael E. , Willis M.

Emmons Ill, and Christian Fenner. “Centre Suisse d’Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM). ” Harvard Business School Case 703-438, February 2003. (Revised March 2006. ) 62. Porter, Michael E. , and Orlan Solvell. “Volvo Trucks (A): Penetrating the U. S. Market. ” Harvard Business School Case 702-418, February 2002. (Revised February 2006. ) 63. Porter, Michael E. , and Orlan Solvell. “Volvo Trucks (C): Closing Volvo Global Truck (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note 705-438, December 2004. 64. Porter, Michael E. , and Orlan Solvell. “Volvo Trucks (A): Penetrating the U. S. Market (TN). ” Harvard Business School Teaching Note

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