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Summary all articles of Strategy and Non-market Environment

Summary of all the mandatory articles of Strategy and non-market environment 2018-2019 1. Dunning, J.H. (1980). ‘Toward an eclectic theory of international production: Some empirical tests’, Journal of International Business Studies, 11: 9-31. 2. Johanson, J. and Vahlne, J.-E. (1977). ‘The internationalization process of the firm—A model of knowledge management development and increasing foreign market commitments’, Journal of International Business Studies, 8: 23-32. 3. Oviatt, B.M. and McDougall, P.P. (1994). ‘Towards a Theory of International New Ventures’, International Journal of Business Studies, 25: 45-64 4. Harzing, A.-W. (2000). ‘An empirical analysis and extension of the Bartlett and Ghoshal typology of multinational companies’, Journal of International Business Studies, 31: 1101-1120. 5. Brouthers, K.D. (2002). ‘Institutional, cultural and transaction cost influences on entry mode choice and performance’, Journal of International Business Studies, 33: 203-221. 6. Pan, Y. and Tse, D. K. (2000). ‘The hierarchical model of market entry modes’, Journal of International Business Studies, 31: 535-554. 7. Westney, D. E. and Zaheer, S. (2001). ‘The multinational as an organization’, in A. Rugman (ed), The Oxford Handbook of International Business, 349-375. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 8. Khanna, T. (2000). ‘Business groups and social welfare in emerging markets: Existing evidence and unanswered questions’, European Economic Review, 44: 748-761. 9. Besiou, M., Hunter, M.L. & Van Wassenhove, L.N. (2013). A web of watchdogs: stakeholder media networks and agenda-setting in response to corporate initiatives, Journal of Business Ethics, 118: 709-729. 10. Wartick, S.L. & Cochran, P.L. (1985). The evolution of the corporate social performance model, Academy of Management Review, 10(4): 758-769. 11. Lux, S., Crook, T.R. & Woehr, D.J. (2011). Mixing business with politics: a meta-analysis of the antecedents and outcomes of corporate political activity, Journal of Management, 37(1): 223-247. 12. Aldrich, H.E. and Fiol, C.M. (1994). ‘Fools Rush in? The Institutional Context of Industry Creation’, Academy of Management Review, 19(4): 645-670

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