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Peter J. Buckley
University of Leeds
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#1Peter J. Buckley (University of Leeds)H-Index: 59
#2Liang Chen (University of Melbourne)H-Index: 4
Last.Hinrich Voss (University of Leeds)H-Index: 15
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Abstract FDI research has presented consistent evidence that firm experience moderates the effect of risk on entry in a new foreign market. This conclusion is contested by recent research. By revisiting the conceptualisation of risk by economists and behaviourists, we show that the proposed learning mechanism only applies to endogenous risk, not exogenous risk. As assessing endogenous risk involves self-evaluation of risk-reducing capability, it is posited that firms have differential tendencies...
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#1Peter J. Buckley (University of Leeds)H-Index: 59
#2Mark Casson (University of Reading)H-Index: 41
This paper builds on preceding papers. It distinguishes three domains of international business theory: the boundaries of the multinational enterprise, the external environment of the enterprise and its internal structure. The central concern of internalisation theory is the boundaries of the firm. Any general theory of international business must also analyse the external environment and internal structure. Competition dominates the external environment while co-operation dominates internal str...
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#1Eleni E.N. Piteli (University of Sussex)
#2Peter J. Buckley (University of Leeds)H-Index: 59
Last.Mario Kafouros (University of Manchester)H-Index: 22
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Abstract We contribute to extant research that has largely focused on foreign direct investment by examining how an under-studied type of financial inflow (remittances) influences the economic development of recipient Emerging Market Countries (EMCs). We do so by explaining how variations in the cultural context of recipient EMCs influence the value-generating effects of remittances. Our study helps us understand why certain nations can use remittances to improve their economic development (wher...
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#1Peter J. Buckley (University of Leeds)H-Index: 59
#2Mark Casson (University of Reading)H-Index: 41
International Business (IB) is an inherently complex subject because of its global context, the importance of innovation, and the range of ownership and location factors that need to be examined. Here it is argued that IB theory can learn from economics, but that it should not emulate economics too closely because economics makes restrictive assumptions that assume away important issues in IB. We argue that better IB theory can be created by extending existing theories rather than by starting ag...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine the provenance, projection, performance and policy concerning Chinese outward foreign direct investment (COFDI) and speculate on the existence of “China’s international strategy”. Design/methodology/approach This study includes a comprehensive review of COFDI. Findings There is evidence of not only the successful coordination of COFDI, but also context, conflict and independent decision making (in Chinese firms) playing an essential role in the det...
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#1Peter J. Buckley (University of Leeds)H-Index: 59
This paper seeks to derive rational policies towards multinational enterprises (MNEs) from extant international business theory. It examines the impact of national institutions and policies on both inward and outward direct foreign investment. It adopts a theory-based perspective utilising internalisation, transaction cost and institutional approaches to the operations of MNEs. It contrasts the received policy process by which MNEs react to policy initiatives with a potential “direct” policy mod...
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#1Qiu Wang (BCU: Birmingham City University)
#2Jeremy Clegg (University of Leeds)H-Index: 21
Last.Peter J. Buckley (University of Leeds)H-Index: 59
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We examine language standardization in a multinational enterprise in the context of international knowledge transfer treated as an act of communication. Based on psychological theories of emotions and a qualitative study of a Chinese owned company with English as a working language, we find that both native and non-native English-speakers experience anxiety in intercultural communication. This triggers emotions that are culturally predisposed affecting communication behavior. We provide a framew...
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#1Stephen Tallman (UR: University of Richmond)H-Index: 26
#2Yadong Luo (UM: University of Miami)H-Index: 66
Last.Peter J. Buckley (University of Leeds)H-Index: 59
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Research Summary Multinational enterprises create and capture value through appropriate business models that fit both distinctive capabilities and dynamic markets. The key elements of a global business model include propositions for adding customer value and capturing a share of that value, methods to control, deploy, and utilize critical resources, and integrated processes that deliver value to target global customers. These factors explain the diversity in business models, with international c...
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