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Existing and potential scholars often ask whether it is possible to predict which articles will ultimately have large impact. A series of hypotheses were considered based on a citation analysis of 65 articles published from 1980 to 2003 regarding international joint ventures. It was found that a...
The resource-based view of joint ventures (JVs) posits that JV performance is driven by JV partners’ ability to create synergy by joining complementary resources. We examine the synergy generated from resource complementarity in the context of JVs formed between developed market firms and...
This paper examines the role which the long term orientation (LTO) dimension of host country culture plays in transforming multinational corporations’ (MNCs’) focus from transaction cost to transaction value in the context of MNC subsidiary ownership and survival. We used a sample of 10,236...
This case study, by Paul Beamish, was a prize-winner in the EFMD 1992 Annual Case Writing Competition, in the section entitled, 'Entrepreneurship'. It concerns a daring new business venture in the Russian Caucasus Mountains. In mid-1991, Guy Crevasse and Andrei Kakov, the two major partners in...