The goal of this dissertation is to analyze the impact of regulatory actors on strategy formation and how corporations can manage external influences on corporate strategy and structure. More specifically, the analysis consists of the following three parts: (1) Direct influences of regulatory actors on strategy formation, (2) Internal alignment processes of strategy and structure, and (3) Externally directed responses toward regulatory involvement in order influence the institutional environment and the regulatory actors.
KeywordsRegulatory Actor Resource Allocation Institutional Environment Emission Trading Corporate Response
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