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Title Impact of International Business : Challenges and Solutions for Policy and Practice / edited by Heinz Tuselmann, Stephen Buzdugan, Qi Cao, David Freund, Sougand Golesorkhi.
Imprint London : Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2016.

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Series The Academy of International Business
Academy of International Business.
Subject Business.
Entrepreneurship.
Leadership.
Organization.
Planning.
Success in business.
Careers.
International business enterprises.
International economic relations.
Alt Name Tuselmann, Heinz,
Buzdugan, Stephen,
Cao, Qi,
Freund, David,
Golesorkhi, Sougand,
Description 1 online resource (xxii, 275 pages) : online resource.
Summary The international community is confronted with a new set of challenges, the scale and complexity of which is virtually unprecedented. In this connection, there are heightened demands for international business research to provide guidance for decision-makers on how to solve actual problems. Impact of International Business addresses current challenges and issues, and provides fresh insights that are pertinent for policy and practice. The book examines various contemporary international business issues from various viewpoints, draws on research conducted in different countries, examines IB issues in both developed and emerging country contexts, offers various theoretical perspectives and different methodologies. It provides both rigorous empirical and conceptual advances and insights that are useful and relevant for managers and policy makers in their search for solutions in face of current challenges posed by the international environment.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover ; Half-Title ; Title ; Copyright ; Dedication ; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Preface; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; Introduction: Impact of International Business: Challenges and Solutions for Policy and Practice; Part I The Impact of Locations, Institutions and Governments; 1 Effects of Geographic, Institutional and Linguistic Regions on FDI Performance; 2 Exploring Regional-Level Impact of Corruption and Crime on Multinational and Domestic Firms: The Evidence from Russia.
3 Determinants of Reinvested Earnings of Multinational Subsidiaries in Emerging Economies4 The Impact of Actors and the Aspect of Time in Institutional Change Processes in a Developing Country Context; Part II International Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Contexts and Outcomes; 5 Affordable Loss in Entrepreneurial Internationalisation: A Focus on Finnish Biotechnology Firms; 6 Business Strategies in Internationalisation Outcomes among SMEs; 7 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) and Indigenous Firms' Innovation: The Moderating Effect of Environmental Dynamism.
Part III Strategy and Management: Ownership Modes, Networks and People8 Multilevel Analysis of Ownership Mode Strategy in China; 9 Creating Value in Cross-Border M & As through Strategic Network; 10 Single or Hybrid Career Paths of MNC RD & E Employees?; Part IV Rigour and Relevance: Some Roadmaps for Internationalisation Research; 11 Making Research More Policy Relevant: A Longitudinal Case Study of Engaged Scholarship; 12 SME Internationalisation and Its Impact on Firm Performance; 13 Understanding Internationalisation through the Lens of Social Network Analysis; Index.
Note English.
ISBN 9781137569462
1137569468
9781137569462
9781137569455
113756945X
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-1-137-56946-2.
OCLC # 1112507576
Additional Format Printed edition: 9781137569455



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