Richard D'Aveni

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Richard A. D'Aveni is the Bakala Professor of Strategy at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. His areas of research include competitive strategy at multiple levels of competition: individuals, teams, corporations, militaries, governments, spheres of influence/alliances, and even competition between capitalist systems.

He is the author of articles in academic journals, Harvard Business Review, The Financial Times of London, The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, and the MIT Sloan Management Review, as well as the book Hyper-competition, which is available in 11 languages. He released Beating the Commodity Trap: How to Maximize Your Competitive Position and Increase Your Pricing Power in early 2010. He also wrote Strategic Supremacy, currently available in 4 languages.[citation needed]

His most recent book, Strategic Capitalism: The New Economic Strategy for Winning the Capitalist Cold War[1], was published in September 2012. This book discusses the differences in American and Chinese forms of capitalism, how the Chinese system has flipped many American advantages into disadvantages, and how America might respond.

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  1. ^ Richard Anthony D'Aveni (24 August 2012). Strategic Capitalism: The New Economic Strategy for Winning the Capitalist Cold War. McGraw Hill Professional. ISBN 978-0-07-178117-6.

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