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The Importance of Resources in the Internationalization of Professional Service Firms: The Good, the Bad, and The Ugly
To further knowledge about the bases of internationalization, we examined the importance of two firm resources: human capital, and relational capital derived from relations with corporate clients a...
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Government Corruption and the Entry Strategies of Multinationals
Multinational enterprises (MNEs) often encounter government corruption when operating in host countries; however, in the international management literature, it is typically assumed that governmentExpand
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The Impact of Corruption on Entry Strategy: Evidence from Telecommunication Projects in Emerging Economies
We show that MNEs respond to pervasive and arbitrary corruption in a host country by selecting particular types of equity and nonequity modes of entry, thereby decreasing the likelihood of compliance. Expand
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Organizational transformation in transition economies: resource-based and organizational learning perspectives
The capitalist and socialist societies of the twentieth century assigned firms different roles within their economic systems. Enterprises transforming from socialist to market economies thus faceExpand
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Developing acquired foreign subsidiaries: the experience of MNES in transition economies
Drawing on subsidiary evolution and dynamic capabilities research, I test how development and growth of subsidiaries recently acquired in transition economies are affected by multinational enterpriseExpand
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Coping with corruption in foreign markets
Executive Summary Government corruption is a pervasive element of the international business environment and has damaging effects on governments, firms, and the broader society in which it takesExpand
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Governance, organizational capabilities, and restructuring in transition economies
This paper focuses on the links between governance, firm capabilities and restructuring following the large-scale privatization process in Central and Eastern European transition economies using anExpand
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Is Nepotism Good or Bad? Types of Nepotism and Implications for Knowledge Management
In contrast to the literature that portrays nepotism as generally problematic, we develop a conceptual model to explain why some family firms benefit from nepotism while others do not. We distinguishExpand
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Market value effects of acquisitions involving internet firms: a resource‐based analysis
While most prior research suggests that the average change in market value of acquiring firms varies closely around zero, recent research grounded in the resource-based view and organizationalExpand
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Why Firms Engage in Corruption: A Top Management Perspective
This study builds upon the top management literature to predict and test antecedents to firms’ engagement in corruption. Building on a survey of 341 executives in India, we find that if executivesExpand
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