Castellani, Davide

Contemporary Issues in International Business

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Table of contents

1. No Longer at Ease in the Old Dispensation: Reappraising the Role of International Business in the World Economy
Davide Castellani, Rajneesh Narula, Quyen T. K. Nguyen, Irina Surdu, James T. Walker

Part I. Institutions and International Business Strategy

2. Multinationals, Corporate Social Responsibility and Regional Change in Transition Economies
Jöran Wrana, Javier Revilla Diez

3. International Business and Corporate Wrongdoing: A Review and Research Agenda
Federica Nieri, Elisa Giuliani

4. The Internationalisation of Ventures: The Roles of a Nation’s Institutions and the Venture’s Value Orientation
Jie Chen, Kaisu Puumalainen, Sami Saarenketo

Part II. Institutions, Emerging Markets and Economic Performance

5. Global Security Risks, Emerging Markets and Firm Responses: Assessing the Impact of Terrorism
Luis Alfonso Dau, Elizabeth M. Moore, Max Abrahms

6. Institutions, Economic Growth and International Competitiveness: A Regional Study
Roseline Wanjiru, Karla Simone Prime

7. The Complementarity of Foreign and Domestic Investments by Emerging-Market Multinationals
Pavida Pananond, Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra

Part III. HQ-Subsidiaries Relations

8. The Dynamics of Differentiation: The Resource Bases of Development and the Roles of MNE Subsidiaries
Robert Pearce

9. Unfolding the Intra-organisational Perception Gap in Decision-Making
Shasha Zhao, Marina Papanastassiou, Yiannis Bassiakos, Evis Sinani, Robert Pearce

10. Strategy Creativity in Multinational Subsidiaries
Dónal O’Brien, Pamela Sharkey Scott, Ulf Andersson

11. Subsidiary Combinative Capability for Knowledge Creation as a Co-evolutionary Development Process
Johanna Clancy, Paul Ryan, Ulf Andersson, Majella Giblin

Part IV. Location Decisions and MNEs Performance

12. Establishing How MNCs Are Defined: A Response to the Regional/Global Debate
Louis Brennan, Lisa Spencer, Jim Stewart

13. Outward FDI from South Korea: The Relationship Between National Investment Position and Location Choice
Jae-Yeon Kim, Nigel Driffield, Jim Love

14. Does It Pay to Be International? Evidence from Industrial District Firms
Marco Bettiol, Chiara Burlina, Maria Chiarvesio, Eleonora Di Maria

15. Firm Diversification and Financial Performance: Evidence from Manufacturing Firms Worldwide
Jinlong Gu, Yong Yang, Roger Strange

Keywords: Business and Management, Emerging Markets/Globalization, Cross-Cultural Management, Business Strategy/Leadership, Entrepreneurship

Publication year
The Academy of International Business
Page amount
20 pages
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