The influence of parent control structure on parent conflict in Vietnamese international joint ventures: an organizational justice-based contingency approach

@article{Barden2005TheIO,
  title={The influence of parent control structure on parent conflict in Vietnamese international joint ventures: an organizational justice-based contingency approach},
  author={Jeffrey Q. Barden and H. Kevin Steensma and Marjorie A. Lyles},
  journal={Journal of International Business Studies},
  year={2005},
  volume={36},
  pages={156-174}
}
There has been significant interest in understanding how the distribution of parental control over international joint ventures (IJV) influences IJV outcomes (e.g., parent conflict, survival, performance). Yet, the accumulation of research on the relationship between control structure and IJV outcomes has been somewhat inconclusive and even contradictory. We contribute to this research stream by developing an organizational justice-based contingency model relating parental control structure to… 
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