Silviya Svejenova

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principles are identified for it to diffuse (Strang and Meyer 1993). Other scholars have focused on examining how established categories are learned through exemplars that are labeled and grouped, revealing graded (or lenient) rather than dichotomous (or strict) categorical boundaries (Rosch and Mervis 1975, Pontikes 2010). Thus, although we have gained(More)
This study contributes to the stream of boundaryless career research by detailing a theory of authenticity-driven career creation. The perspective developed here is grounded in an in-depth case study of the trajectory of a creative individual who has followed a very personal career path, remaining true to his creative calling. With authenticity work I(More)
In this paper we focus on the paradox of unbinding creativity by binding up artistic and business tasks in a single symbiotic career carried out by two people. We argue that the uncertainty of the matching between film directors and producers in the artistic labour market, and the constraints production companies impose on creativity once the match is made,(More)
Received: 17 October 2005 Accepted: 17 October 2005 Online publication date: 15 December 2005 Abstract Madhok’s 1995 article defined and developed a trust-based perspective on the stability of international joint ventures (IJVs). Proposing a shift in focus from ownership to relationship, and from governance form to process, the article emphasised the role(More)
This paper examines the international expansion of a local monopolist that has paved its way to becoming a major global player. Drawing on a longitudinal exploratory case study of the entry of a former Spanish telecom monopolist Telefonica into Latin American markets, we identify and define a particular internationalization pattern: “cascading strategy”. We(More)
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