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18-12-2018 | Research Article Open Access

Business and Socio-Political Interaction in International Service Projects: The Case of Brazil

Building on a business network perspective, the aim of this paper is to present a theoretical view for studying service MNEs in ICT (information communication technology) projects centred on the improvement of public services. The four …

18-12-2018 | Research Article Open Access

Relationship Development: A Micro-Foundation for the Internationalization Process of the Multinational Business Enterprise

The interplay between knowledge development and commitments is the driving force in the Uppsala internationalization process model. We perform a qualitative thematic analysis of longitudinal data, exploring how relationship knowledge development …

13-12-2018 | Research Article

Institutional Factors and Earnings Management in the Asia-Pacific: Is IFRS Adoption Making a Difference?

We investigate whether variations in earnings management in the Asia-Pacific region countries can be explained by the extent of IFRS adoption having regard to the diversity of cultures across countries in the region and the degree of accounting …

26-11-2018 | Research Article

Formal and Informal Institutional Differences Between Home and Host Country and Location Choice: Evidence from the Spanish Hotel Industry

Using secondary data of internationalized Spanish hotel chains, this research attempts to examine the role of formal and informal institutional differences between home and host country from the foreign location choice point of view. Generally …

07-11-2018 | Research Article Open Access

What Fosters Individual-Level Absorptive Capacity in MNCs? An Extended Motivation–Ability–Opportunity Framework

Absorptive capacity has been marked as one of the most important capabilities of Multinational Corporations for effective management of knowledge. To address calls for research on micro-level origins of the concept, this paper focuses on the …

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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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