Management International Review

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Articles from Vol. 54, No. 1, January

Acknowledgment to MIR Board Members and Ad-Hoc Reviewers
We would like to thank all members of the Editorial Board and the Editorial Review Board for their valuable inputs they have provided in the year 2013 for the further advancement of Management International Review. Furthermore, we would like to thank...
Compensation Disparity between Locals and Expatriates in China: A Multilevel Analysis of the Influence of Norms
Abstract In developing countries, there is a large gap in the compensations of locals and expatriates, which is related to negative attitudes of locals. A multilevel study was conducted in China on the influence of low compensation parity in MNC operations....
Mayrhofer, U., Management of Multinational Companies: A French Perspective
Mayrhofer, U., Management of Multinational Companies: A French Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013 1 A Capsule Summary of the Book and Its Review Management of Multinational Companies: A French Perspective is the collaborative work of junior...
Profitability and Speed of Foreign Market Entry
Abstract This research explores the relationship between firm profitability and actual speed of foreign market entry. Results suggest that profitability has an inverted U-shaped relationship with actual speed of foreign market entry, in the context...
Psychic Distance, Its Business Impact and Modes of Coping: A Study of British and Indian Partner SMEs
Abstract This paper reports one of the first investigations to analyze inter-partner perceptions of psychic distance between two countries. Its empirical focus is British and Indian SMEs engaged in business with each other. It examines different dimensions...
Subsidiary Divestment: The Role of Multinational Flexibility
Abstract We take the multinational flexibility perspective and examine the conditions under which multinational corporations' (MNCs') foreign manufacturing subsidiaries in labor-intensive industries are not divested from their host country markets...
Voluntary Disclosure of Press Releases and the Importance of Timing: A Comparative Study of the UK and Spain
Abstract This paper investigates the effect of proprietary costs in relation to managers' decisions to disclose information. Further, we look into the impact of factors affecting the timing of disclosures in a comparative study of Spain and the UK....
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