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In emerging markets, joint venture is a dominant form of competition for multinational corporations. Drawing from the resource-based view of the firm and evolutionary perspective, I developed a theoretical framework that synthesizes our knowledge regarding timing of joint venture formation,...
Scholars in a variety of disciplines, including organizational theory, strategic management, and economics, have devoted substantial attention to the question: why are some firms more innovative than others? It has been largely accepted that when the knowledge base of an industry is both complex...
How does a leading firm sustain its competence-based advantage in a competitive landscape against threats of imitation and substitution? In high-velocity competitive markets, an inherent tension arises when firms wish to prolong the value of their technological competencies, while rivals seek to...
In this study I investigate how a firm's corporate strategic action portfolios, defined as bundles of key corporate strategic actions, relate to deregulatory and technological changes, and to firm performance. I hypothesize that frequency and variety of a firm's corporate strategic action...
Adopting a network perspective, we demonstrate that two different, yet complementary, forces influence the formation of trade and investment policy. On the one hand, nations that are trading partners develop similar policies through a process of close and enduring interaction. On the other hand,...