ALCANTARA Lailani Laynesa
   Department   Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University  College of International Management
   Position   Professor
Research Period 2013/04~2016/03
Research Topic Theories and Empirical Analyses about Organizational Attention Seeking
Research Type Individual Research
Research Division KAKENHI Research
Consignor Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
Research Program Type Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
KAKENHI Grant No. 25285121
Responsibility Research Contributor
Representative Person Mitsuhashi Hitoshi
Details This study is built upon the attention-based view of the firm, postulating that the behavioral patterns of organizations can be more fully understood by focusing on how managers as cognitive misers allocate their attentional resources to various problems that they are facing and to different parts of dynamically changing environments. We apply the attention-based view to explicate decision makings for developing mutual forbearance by firms in multiple markets, costs of search for partners in alliance networks, and co-evolutionary processes for making stars. We extend not only these literatures by incorporating the idea of attention but also the attention-based view itself by showing its applicability and utilities.