Management International Review

International business publication.

Articles from Vol. 42, No. 1, January

Multicultural Workgroups. (Editorial)
Today's economy with its growing emphasis on globalization and internationalization increasingly requires people to collaborate in workgroups that cross cultural and geographic boundaries. The trend to multicultural workgroups emerged as a reaction...
Practice Makes Perfect? International Experience and Expatriate Adjustment (1)
Abstract * Western business expatriates assigned to Hong Kong were surveyed regarding their previous international experience and their degree of sociocultural and psychological adjustment. Being a quality increasingly sought after, it would be...
Product Diversification, Ownership Structure, and Subsidiary Performance in China's Dynamic Market
Abstract * Previous studies on international expansion have treated diversification and ownership strategies separately as independent specialties. We argue instead that product diversification and ownership structure are highly interrelated strategic...
Shareholder Value Creation Via International Joint Ventures: Some Additional Explanations (1)
Abstract * This study highlights four previously unconsidered influences on capital markets' reaction to international joint venture (JV) formation announcements involving American firms. The study combines these `content' and `process' influences...
Subcultures and Conflict Management Style
Abstract * This paper goes beyond the current practice of treating cultures as uniform entities, and investigates the influence of sub-cultures on the styles used during conflict. Data were collected using Schwartz's values inventory from 435 employees...
The Internationalization Process of the Smaller Firm: Re-Framing the Relationships between Market Commitment, Knowledge and Involvement
Abstract * This paper offers an alternative and early approach at re-framing the relationships between three constructs widely used in models of the firm internationalisation process. It proposes the constructs, market commitment, market knowledge...
Search by... Author
Show... All Results Primary Sources Peer-reviewed

Oops!

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.