Since no single perspective is wide enough to capture the full complexity of strategic decisions, a number of comprehensive models of strategic decision-making should be developed and examined to enhance our understanding of its antecedents, processes, moderators and consequences. These models should also resolve the contradictions between previous studies. This book addresses this vital problem through building up a state-of-the art review of the literature on the subject, developing an integrative model of strategic decision-making which is then empirically examined. Based on extensive theoretical and empirical work, the book seeks to provide the reader with a rich picture of strategic decision dynamics and outcomes. In addition, it shows the role of culture in strategic decision-making. This new book is essential reading for students of strategic decision-making and those who are interested in managerial practices in different cultures.