Management International Review

International business publication.

Articles from Vol. 42, No. 4, October

Does NAFTA Influence Mexico's Product Image? A Theoretical Framework and an Empirical Investigation in Two Countries (1)
Abstract * This paper is an attempt to study the impact of a trading bloc on a member country's product image. Specifically, we examine whether consumers' attitude toward NAFTA influences consumers' confidence, attitude, and purchase intention of...
Factors Influencing International Joint Venture Performance: Theoretical Perspectives, Assessment, and Future Directions (1)
Abstract * Despite firms' increasing adoption of the international joint venture (IJV) as a strategic foreign market entry mode, there is widespread concern with their performance. Accordingly, a sizeable stream of research has focused on identifying...
Foreign Market Uncertainty and Incremental International Expansion: The Moderating Effect of Firm, Industry, and Host Country Factors (1)
Abstract * This study first tests the basic proposition of Johanson and Vahlne's (1977) internationalization theory that foreign market uncertainty leads firms to adopt an incremental approach to international expansion. This is done using a pooled,...
Has the End of Capitalism Come? (Editorial)
Some time ago, a series of experiments was conducted in which groups of people were given nearly equal amounts of money. The four players in each group then had to gamble in random, computerized bets whereas each time two of them would come out with...
The Determinants of Value Creation for Partner Firms in the Global Alliance Context (1)
Introduction Performance is a major focus in research on alliances (Gulati 1998). Researchers have studied this issue both at the alliance level (e.g., Beamish 1994, Dussauge/Garrette 1995, Glaister/Buckley 1999, Lyles/Baird 1994) and at the partner...
The Impact of National Environment on Managerial Value Systems: A Comparative Study of Chinese Managers in the United States, Singapore and the People's Republic of China
Abstract * This study examines the impact of national environment on managerial value systems by comparing representative samples of Chinese managers in the United States, Singapore and the People's Republic of China. * Two measures of managerial...
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