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Smuggling represents a significant proportion of world trade. However, its nature and rationale are not sufficiently understood in comparison with those of counterfeiting, parallel importing and contraband trade. The willing or unwilling involvement of MNCs in smuggling is also poorly perceived....
This study introduces and tests strategic diversity as a mechanism for examining the strategystructure fit in multinational corporations MNCs. Strategic diversity is operationalized based on Galbraith and Kazanjian's 1986 framework that used a modified valueadded chain and center of gravity...
An hypothesis relating comprehensiveness of strategic decision processes to strategic effectiveness was developed and tested using a sample of high technology firms. Results indicate a positive relationship between these two concepts. Implications to theory development and to high technology...
As a business grows, its managerial hierarchy gains new layers, and top management finds it more difficult to control those toward the bottom of the chain of command. Multinational corporations are so large and still growing that they tax all organizational control mechanisms, including the...
This study examines the managerial attitudes of 322 Wisconsin manufacturers about the impact of the EC1992 on their business. A survey was conducted with small and mediumsized manufacturers inquiring about their attitudes about the potential benefits of EC1992 firm perceived strength in post1992...
This study examined the level of interdependecies which existed among several major equity markets around the October 19, 1987, crash. Three different statistical techniques were utilized to analyze daily data for three months before and after the crash. All three techniques revealed that the...
Thank you for inviting me to participate in this important and timely conference. Global competition and the role of the United States within that arena is a very hot issue today.
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