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Management International Review

Journal of International Business

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14-05-2018 | Research Article

A Meta-analysis of the International Experience–Ownership Strategy Relationship: A Dynamic Capabilities View

This paper investigates the context in which firms’ ownership strategies in international ventures may be affected by their international experience, which shapes their dynamic capabilities. Based on a statistical synthesis of empirical insights …

10-04-2018 | Research Article

Global Mindset and Entry Mode Decisions: Moderating Roles of Managers’ Decision-Making Style and Managerial Experience

From the managerial cognition perspective, we develop a contingency framework that empirically examines the effect of senior managers’ global mindset on their decisions regarding the choice of entry mode for foreign subsidiaries and how their …

21-03-2018 | Research Article

The New MNE: ‘Orchestration’ Theory as Envelope of ‘Internalisation’ Theory

We propose an orchestration theory of the (new) MNE as an envelope of internalisation theory and its variants. We first critically assess extant varieties of internalisation theory of the MNE. We then discuss their limitations and explain why it …

28-02-2018 | Research Article

Drivers of Virtual Interfirm Integration and Its Impact on Performance in International Customer–Supplier Relationships

Consensus exists suggesting that advances in information and communication technologies are a major driver in restructuring Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) and their cross-border supply chain activities. However, the role of virtual interfirm …

14-02-2018 | Research Article

The Theory of International Business: The Role of Economic Models

This paper reviews the scope for economic modelling in international business. It argues for a multi-level theory based on classical internalisation theory. The theory extends the ‘systems approach’ to the multinational enterprise in which modular …

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MANAGEMENT INTERNATIONAL REVIEW is a double-blind refereed journal that aims at the advancement and dissemination of research in the fields of International Management. The scope of the journal comprises International Business, Cross-Cultural Management, and Comparative Management. The journal publishes research that builds or extends International Management theory so that it can contribute to International Management practice.

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