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We studied “regional innovation relays” as MNC regional offices that mediate between knowledge generation at the local level and knowledge application at the global level. The significance of the region as a nexus of innovation is illustrated by concrete examples from U.S. and Japanese MNCs....
The current research examines the composite effect of extrinsic motivation on work effort. The research consists of a two-level analysis: extrinsic motivation practices and extrinsic motivation perception. Emphasis on individual performance as a compensation determinant and company layoff...
The goal of this study was to identify the determinants of direct employee participation in organizations across Europe. Some factors were predicted to be related to levels of participation in general, namely, competition, sector, the pursuit of a differentiation strategy based on either quality...
In this paper, we examine the pattern of resource alignment in strategic alliances and its relevance to the scheme of cooperation. This resource-based perspective is combined with the transaction cost model to interpret the governance structure of international strategic alliances undertaken by...
This study reports the results of interviews with key officials of 46 Western European and American multinational subsidiaries and joint ventures in the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania. The focus of our questions related to the role of expatriates in their operation,...
Knowledge management is the conscious and active management of creating, disseminating, evolving and applying knowledge to strategic ends. In this paper, we examine knowledge management in the context of international joint ventures (IJVs), activities that cut across organizational and national...
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