Firm-Level Internationalization, Regionalism And Globalization: Strategy, Performance and…

Hardcover | March 15, 2011

EditorJenny Berrill, Elaine Hutson, Rudolf Sinkovics

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The current international business environment is characterized by two contradictory but at times mutually supplementary trends. Regionalization is part of the process of globalization, but it can also be a counter force to globalization as stakeholders act to protect their perceived interests. This book expands the debate on this interesting topic

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The current international business environment is characterized by two contradictory but at times mutually supplementary trends. Regionalization is part of the process of globalization, but it can also be a counter force to globalization as stakeholders act to protect their perceived interests. This book expands the debate on this inte...

ELAINE HUTSON is a lecturer in finance at University College Dublin. Her research interests are mainly in the sub-discipline of corporate finance, and include small business financing, mergers and acquisitions, and firm-level foreign exchange exposure. Her capital markets research interests include hedge funds performance and regulati...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 9.6 × 6.38 × 1.36 inPublished:March 15, 2011Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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Firm-level internationalisation, regionalism and globalisation
Jenny Berrill, Elaine Hutson and Rudolf R. Sinkovics
PART I REGIONAL AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES
The relation between alliance entrepreneurship, alliance capability and foreign market performance – an empirical investigation
Saba Khalid and Jorma Larimo
Foreign direct investment in emerging Asia: implications of the international production network
Juthathip Jongwanich
From federations to global factories: Assessing the contribution of the subsidiary middle manager in today's MNE
Donal O'Brien, Pamela Sharkey-Scott and Pat Gibbons
Regional multinational enterprises and the international financial crisis
Alan M. Rugman and Chang Hoon Oh
PART II OUTWARD FDI
The persistence of outward foreign direct investment from German manufacturing industries
Heinz-Josef Tüselmann, Frank McDonald, Martin T. Bohl, Svitlana Voronkova and Paul Windrum
Multinational performance and intellectual property rights: Evidence from 46 countries
Yong Yang and Pedro S. Martins
The influence of exports on outward foreign direct investment: the case of India
Rakhi Verma and Louis Brennan
Internationalisation, financial incentives and firm growth: Evidence from Italy
Mariasole Bannò, Lucia Piscitello, Celeste Amorim Varum
PART III ENTREPRENEURIAL FIRMS: INTERNATIONALIZATION AND PERFORMANCE
Contingency factors in international entrepreneurial orientation-performance relations of firms with different levels of internationalization
Sanna Sundqvist, Olli Kuivalainen and John W. Cadogan
Forging the link between business model and value chain constructs in the context of an internationalizing entrepreneurial firm – a case study
Liisa-Maija Sainio, Sami Saarenketo, Niina Nummela and Taina Eriksson
Entrepreneurial marketing strategies during the growth of international new ventures
Johanna Hallbäck and Peter Gabrielsson
PART IV HUMAN RESOURCES, LEADERSHIP AND CULTURE
Interpersonal relationships in transnational, virtual teams
Angelika Zimmermann
Intercultural ethical leadership competence: Contrasting Ireland and Germany
Mary A. Keating, Gillian S. Martin and Christian J. Resick
Is it a matter of time? Analysing the impact of timing, duration and intensity of training programmes on expatriate adjustment
Marcus Kittler
PART V KNOWLEDGE AND NETWORKS
Subsidiaries as learning engines: Understanding middle managers' search for knowledge as micro-foundation
Esther Tippmann, Pamela Sharkey-Scott and Vincent Mangematin
Converging themes: Networks, international performance and the telecoms sector
Breda Kenny and John Fahy
The link between born global growth, network evolution, and firm performance
Fabian Sepulveda, Mika Gabrielsson
PART VI INTERNATIONAL JOINT VENTURES
Conceptual, operational, and methodological considerations in studying the trust-performance relationship: A critical review of empirical research in international strategic alliances
Tahir Ali and Jorma Larimo
Asset specificity, asset opacity and ownership structures in domestic and cross-border joint ventures
Sougand Golesorkhi and Mo Yamin
PART VII CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND ORGANIZATION
Economic organization and social solidarity: Keiretsu as a local/global concept
Tomoko Oikawa
Institutional determinants of good corporate governance: The Case of Nigeria
Emmanuel Adegbite and Chizu Nakajima
Socially entrepreneurial behaviour of multinational companies: Are MNCs 'social entrepreneurs'?
Misagh Tasavori and Rudolf R. Sinkovics
'Imported' management practices: The disclosure of individual executive compensation and firm performance
Amon Chizema