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International Business Strategy: Perspectives on Implementation in Emerging Markets


International Business in the Context of Emerging MarketsInternational Strategy in the Emerging-Market Context: The Big PictureStrategic Changes in Organizational FormsEntrepreneurship and ExportingFinance and TechnologyManaging People in Emerging-Market FirmsDoing Well or Doing Good? Two Views of CSR in IndiaConclusionReferencesI International Strategy in the Emerging-Market Context: The Big Picture Taking Stock of the Principal-Principal Agency Perspective: A Review and the Way AheadPrincipal-Agent and Principal-Principal ConflictsCorporate Governance in Emerging EconomiesThe State of Research in Principal-Principal ConflictsPrimary Drivers of ConflictDominant OwnershipMeans of Expropriation by Controlling ShareholdersOther AreasPrincipal-Principal Agency Costs and Firm PerformanceOverview of Recent Empirical Studies and MethodologyMethodologyDiscussion and Future Research DirectionImplications and Future Research DirectionReferencesInternationalization of Emerging- Market Firms: The Contingent Role of Board CapabilityLiterature ReviewEffect of Board CharacteristicsInternationalization of Emerging-Market FirmsDevelopment of PropositionsInternationalization-Performance Relationship in Emerging-Market FirmsBoard Capability as a Moderator of the Internationalization-Performance RelationshipBoard PotentialBoard TenureExperience as CEO or General ManagerIndustry-Specific ExperienceInternational Backgrounds of Board MembersAcademic AchievementBoard InteractionsConclusionReferencesResearch in Multipoint Competition: What Do We Know and Where Are We Headed?Review MethodMultipoint Competition: Historical Roots and Subsequent ProgressWhat Is Multipoint Competition and How Is It Distinct from Competitive Dynamics?Both Firm and Industry Considerations Are ImportantMultipoint Competition as a Corporate-Level StrategyFuture Research DirectionsConclusionReferencesII Strategic Changes in Organizational FormsInternalization of IJVs and InstitutionsLiterature ReviewJV Termination and InternalizationInstitutionsRegulationInstitutional Environment for Firms in IndiaTheoryMotivating Through New Institutional EconomicsImpact of RegulationsImpact of International Trade RelationshipsImpact of CorruptionMethodologySampleResultsDiscussionReferencesDo Spin-Offs Really Create Value? Evidence from IndiaFactors that Explain the Wealth Effects from Spin-OffsData Description and MethodologyData DescriptionMethodologyResultsSummary and ConclusionsReferencesThe Influence of Liabilities of Origin on EMNE Cross-Border Acquisition CompletionThe Liabilities of OriginTheory and HypothesesThe Advantages and Disadvantages of MNEsLiabilities of Origin Versus the Liability of ForeignnessTheoretical UnderpinningsThe Role of Organizational LearningConceptual ModelCapability Liability and Acquisition CompletionMethodologyData and SampleMeasuresResultsDiscussionLimitations and Further ResearchReferencesInternational Strategic Alliances for Innovation in the Indian Biotechnology IndustryResearch QuestionMethodologySample DescriptionInterviewsData CollectionFindingsGrowth Potential/OpportunitiesTechnological Competence and Learning CapacityRisk-Taking AbilityOrganizing CostStructure and Propensity for ChangeThe Intensity of the Exchange: CommunicationInternalization and Reduction in DependenceGovernance CostStrategic Intent and Choice of Governance FormConclusionReferencesIII Entrepreneurship and ExportingEmerging-Market Born Globals: The Influence of Product-Related Factors on Internationalization Mode in the Indian Apparel IndustryTheoretical FrameworkResearch MethodologyCross-Case Study and AnalysisData CollectionThe Case CompaniesLow CommittersDiscussionReferencesInnovation and Entrepreneurship in the Informal Economy: Insights from the Ground ZeroThe Nature of Informal EconomyEntrepreneurship in the Informal EconomyState of Country's Economic DevelopmentGender-Based Participation in Informal Entrepreneurial ActivitiesPerpetuity in the Informal Economy or Graduation to Formal EconomyOpportunity-Driven or Necessity-Driven EntrepreneurshipEntrepreneurship in India's Informal EconomyThe StudyThe Tentative FindingsConclusionReferencesDeterminants of Export Performance: An Empirical Analysis of the Indian Pharmaceutical and Automobile IndustriesIndustry OverviewsThe Indian Pharmaceutical IndustryThe Indian Automobile and Components IndustryIndian Pharmaceutical and Automobile ExportsLiterature ReviewResearch GapObjectives of the StudyMethodologyData and Sample SelectionVariable SelectionAnalysis and DiscussionConclusionsReferencesIV Finance and Technology FDI and Economic Growth Nexus for the Largest FDI Recipients in Asian Emerging Economies: A Panel Co-integration AnalysisLiterature ReviewMethodologySelection of CountriesDataEconometric ApproachResults of the AnalysisConclusionReferencesGlobal Financial Markets Integration: A Comparative Study Between Developed and Emerging EconomiesLiterature ReviewDataMethodologyNormality TestCorrelationUnit Root TestsAugmented Dickey-Fuller TestPhillips-Perron (PP-Test)Co-integration TestJohansen Co-integration TestAnalysisConclusionReferencesVicious Cross-licensing Strategy for Technology Spread: Case Study of Samsung ElectronicsReview of LiteratureAim and MethodologyCross-Licensing StrategyJustification of CLAVirtuous Cross-Licensing ModelVicious CL ModelEffect of the AgreementMarket ImplicationCompetitive EnvironmentImpact on ProfitSubsequent AgreementsApple Versus Samsung CaseImplicationsConclusionReferencesV Managing People in Emerging-Market Firms Repatriates' Organizational Commitment in the Indian Information Technology (IT) EnvironmentLiterature ReviewAffective CommitmentContinuance CommitmentNormative CommitmentResearch Gap and HypothesesMethodologyResults and DiscussionLimitations of the StudyManagerial Implications and Contribution to the LiteratureReferencesChallenges in Employee Engagement in Emerging EconomiesObjectiveReview of Emerging EconomiesDecline in Employee Engagement in the Last DecadeRecuperating from Decline: Rising Employee Engagement of Emerging EconomiesEmployee Engagement in Emerging Markets: Status in BRICSEmployee Engagement in India and BrazilEmployee Engagement in ChinaEmployee Engagement in RussiaEmployee Engagement in South AfricaImproving Global and Regional Employee Engagement PracticesDiscussion and ConclusionLimitations of the StudyReferencesThe Combined Use of Formal and Informal Ethics Training in the Indian IT CompaniesLiterature ReviewEthics Training and Perception of Importance of EthicsImpact of Ethics Training on Individual IdeologiesImpact of Ethics Training on Organizational Ethical ValuesContextual Research Gives Focused ResultsResearch MethodReliability and ValidityFindingsAnalysis of Open-Ended QuestionDiscussionLimitations and Future Scopes of ResearchConclusionReferencesLeadership Excellence in Organizations in the Mekong Region: A Comparative Study of Thailand, Cambodia, Lao, and VietnamLiterature ReviewReview of Leadership StudiesTheoretical FrameworkHypothesesManagerial Behavior: Organizational CommitmentManagerial Behavior: Effective Decision-MakingManagerial Behavior: Organizational ClimateManagerial Behavior: Taking InitiativeOrganizational Demand: Deference for AuthorityPersonal QualitiesEnvironmental Influences: Environmental HarmonyResearch MethodologyResultsDiscussionImplications for Theory and the Practice of International BusinessConclusionReferencesVI Doing Well or Doing Good? Two Views of CSR in India Mandated Corporate Social Responsibility (mCSR): Implications in Context of LegislationExpectation from Business: By Governments with Pressing Developmental NeedsHard Legislation on CSR in IndiaCSR in IndiaProblems and Implications of mCSRWill mCSR Be Effective? Will Mandatory CSR Increase Company Cost?Will mCSR Result in Competitive Disadvantage?Amelioration of Problems and ImplicationsConclusionReferencesConnecting the Base of the Pyramid to Global Markets Through E-commerce: A Case Study of BAIF (India)Review of the LiteratureAn Overview of BAIF: An NGO Providing Integrated Livelihood Solutions to the PoorThe ContextWhat Is the Wadi Model?The RationaleThe BAIF-Snapdeal.com Tie-Up: Foray into the E-commerce SpaceChallenges Encountered by the NGO Following the Snapdeal (E-commerce) Tie-upThe Future of the Glo-Cal Marketplace and the BOPTheoretical ModelConclusionsReferences
 
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