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Dual-option subsidiaries and exit decisions in economic crisis
This study examines the dual implications of dual-option subsidiaries on exit decisions during times of economic crisis. Retaining dual-option subsidiaries in crisis-stricken countries means leaving a shadow option open ...
Bending the Rules or Changing Them? MNE Responses to Institutional Challenges in Transition Economies
(Sage Publications Ltd, 2019-04-16)
We investigate what determines a multinational enterprise’s (MNE) propensity to engage in lobbying and bribing in host countries where the overall institutional development for market exchanges is insufficient, and thus, ...
Aspirations and Corporate Lobbying in the Product Market
(Sage Publications Ltd, 2019-04-26)
Given corporate lobbying’s double-edged nature, previous research has been interested in what motivates firms to engage in lobbying. In this study, we build on previous works to analyze how two types of aspiration, historical ...
I Need to Be Your Only Friend: The Effect of Salesperson Network Centrality on Opportunistic Behavior
(Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Ltd, 2019-03-26)
Transaction cost economics can be used to detect opportunistic behavior by one or more actors within a sales network. Using a sample of firms in the medical industry, where the role of salespeople is important, this study ...