Remote Sensing Data in Strategic Management Research and Practice

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Abstract The analysis of economic and social activity using satellite-based remote sensing data is a domain-relevant methodology for strategic management research and practice. Although this free open-access data source is increasingly entering other fields, it remains under-utilized in management research. We argue that satellite-based remote sensing data is a tool that can be used to investigate many important questions in the field of strategic management. Our interdisciplinary research team is at the forefront of bringing remote sensing analysis to the field of management studies through academic publications, software library development, and community outreach activities. This IMR session outlines currently available satellite data sources, provide examples of their use, and discuss their strengths and weaknesses.
Authors Hudecheck, Michael; Siren, Charlotta & Zachlod, Nina Ramona
Language English
Subjects business studies
Date 17 June 2022
Event Title Interactive Media Roundtable
Event Location Milan Strategic Management Society Special Conference
Event Dates June 15-18, 2022
Depositing User Nina Ramona Zachlod
Date Deposited 27 May 2022 06:14
Last Modified 22 Nov 2022 08:42
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/266390

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Hudecheck, Michael; Siren, Charlotta & Zachlod, Nina Ramona: Remote Sensing Data in Strategic Management Research and Practice. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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