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Editorial IMP 12,3 This issue consists of nine papers that can be divided in two groups. Although the empirical settings of the studies presented in the first five papers of the issue is varied – the focal actors represent different industrial activities, the key actors are of different size, and the exchange is taking place both within and across national borders – there is a common theme: the manoeuvring ability of a specific firm is dependent on how it utilises and is utilised by the network in which it is embedded. The four papers that follow originate from the IMP Journal Seminar arranged by Krzysztof Fonfara, Adam Dymitrowski, Aleksandra Hauke-Lopes, Grzegorz Leszczyński, Milena Ratajczak-Mrozek and Marek Zieliński at Poznan University of Economics and Business, in Poland in October 2017. The common theme in these four papers is the network dynamics and interaction processes in inter-organisational business relationships. The first paper entitled “The impact of business networks on foreign subsidiaries development: Internationalizing by surfing on several global factories”,by Baraldi,Ciabuschi, Lindahl, Perna and Gregori, explores the establishment of three subsidiaries of a mid-sized Italian company in three different countries. Two issues are addressed: how the establishment and evolution of the business relationships http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png IMP Journal Emerald Publishing

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Emerald Publishing
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2059-1403
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10.1108/IMP-11-2018-080
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IMP 12,3 This issue consists of nine papers that can be divided in two groups. Although the empirical settings of the studies presented in the first five papers of the issue is varied – the focal actors represent different industrial activities, the key actors are of different size, and the exchange is taking place both within and across national borders – there is a common theme: the manoeuvring ability of a specific firm is dependent on how it utilises and is utilised by the network in which it is embedded. The four papers that follow originate from the IMP Journal Seminar arranged by Krzysztof Fonfara, Adam Dymitrowski, Aleksandra Hauke-Lopes, Grzegorz Leszczyński, Milena Ratajczak-Mrozek and Marek Zieliński at Poznan University of Economics and Business, in Poland in October 2017. The common theme in these four papers is the network dynamics and interaction processes in inter-organisational business relationships. The first paper entitled “The impact of business networks on foreign subsidiaries development: Internationalizing by surfing on several global factories”,by Baraldi,Ciabuschi, Lindahl, Perna and Gregori, explores the establishment of three subsidiaries of a mid-sized Italian company in three different countries. Two issues are addressed: how the establishment and evolution of the business relationships

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IMP JournalEmerald Publishing

Published: Nov 12, 2018

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