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Harry P. Bowen
Queens University of Charlotte
72Publications
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#1Harry P. BowenH-Index: 17
This paper extends the analysis of Bowen and Wu (2013) to postulate that the gender mix of immigrants matters for immigration?s impact on a nation?s pattern of production and trade. Specifically, the higher is the proportion of female (male) immigrants the more likely that immigration and trade will be complements (substitutes). The empirical investigation supports the prediction that female immigration and trade are complementary whereas male immigration and trade are substitutes. These finding...
#1Harry P. Bowen (Queens University of Charlotte)H-Index: 17
#2Leo Sleuwaegen (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)H-Index: 22
Research summary Extant research offers conflicting evidence on the nature and performance implications of a relationship between a firm's decision to expand (diversify) into new geographic and product markets; this article views that as being due to the lack of a consistent conceptual framework that incorporates and links both types of diversification. Accordingly, this article presents a consistent theoretical framework to identify and characterize alternative relationships between these two t...
#1Elisabeth Nocker (University of Innsbruck)H-Index: 1
#2Harry P. Bowen (Queens University of Charlotte)H-Index: 17
Last.Kurt Matzler (University of Innsbruck)H-Index: 44
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This paper presents new measures of technological and customer-side relatedness constructed from widely available secondary data. Relatedness is a concept central to predicting the existence and nature of a relationship between corporate diversification and firm performance. Yet, finding appropriate measures has been an ongoing struggle. The widely used SIC-based entropy measure has low construct validity, and survey-based measures are hard to replicate across firms and industries and over time....
#1Harry P. Bowen (Queens University of Charlotte)H-Index: 17
#2H. Kent Baker (AU: American University)H-Index: 27
Last.Gary E. Powell (Queens University of Charlotte)H-Index: 3
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This study presents survey evidence about managerial views on how the processes of globalization affect managers’ strategic decisions regarding a firm’s international and product market scope. Our purpose is to assess whether managerial behaviors are consistent with theoretical predictions and whether managerial decisions about firm scope are consistent with the findings of recent empirical research. Our findings generally support those of academic research on the impacts of globalization on man...
#1Elisabeth NockerH-Index: 1
#2Harry P. BowenH-Index: 17
Last.Christian StadlerH-Index: 14
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Relatedness -- the extent of synergy among a firm’s portfolio of business – is a key construct in strategic management. For a diversified firm, higher relatedness is theoretically predicted to crea...
#1Harry P. Bowen (Queens University of Charlotte)H-Index: 17
The use of limited dependent variable (LDV) models is becoming ubiquitous in empirical management research. When using such models, researchers frequently postulate and test that the relationship between an explanatory variable and the dependent variable is moderated by another variable by including in the model an interaction variable. Although recent papers clarify methods for analyzing a moderating effect in LDV models, it is not widely appreciated that this effect confounds two moderating ef...
#1Harry P. BowenH-Index: 17
#2Abraham HollanderH-Index: 10
Last.Jean-Marie ViaeneH-Index: 13
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PART 1: THE TRADING WORLD: PATTERNS AND POLICY The Structure of International Trade and Factor Flows Trade Policy Instruments and Environment PART 2: COMPETITIVE MARKETS: TRADE AND TRADE POLICY The Ricardian Framework The Factor Abundance Model Trade Policy Factor Mobility and Trade The Factor Abundance Theory in Higher Dimensions PART 3: IMPERFECTLY COMPETITIVE MARKETS: TRADE AND TRADE POLICY Imperfect Competition Heterogeneous Firms Trade Policy in Imperfectly Competitive Markets Multinational...
#1Elisabeth NockerH-Index: 1
#2Harry P. BowenH-Index: 17
Last.Christian StadlerH-Index: 14
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This study extends the literature on relatedness and firm performance to consider customer side as well as technological side relatedness. Recent studies indicate the importance of each source of relatedness but yield ambiguous findings regarding their impacts on performance. Conjecturing this ambiguity reflects methodological limitations related to prior studies? use of survey data to develop measures of relatedness, we instead develop a secondary data method to measure technological and custom...
#1Harry P. BowenH-Index: 17
#2Abraham HollanderH-Index: 10
Last.Jean-Marie ViaeneH-Index: 1
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#1Harry P. BowenH-Index: 17
#2Abraham HollanderH-Index: 10
Last.Jean-Marie ViaeneH-Index: 1
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