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The Resource Perspectives on headquarters-subsidiary relationships in the contemporary MNC, edited by Tina C. Ambos, Björn Ambos, Julian Birkinshaw

Perspectives on headquarters-subsidiary relationships in the contemporary MNC, edited by Tina C. Ambos, Björn Ambos, Julian Birkinshaw

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Perspectives on headquarters-subsidiary relationships in the contemporary MNC
Title
Perspectives on headquarters-subsidiary relationships in the contemporary MNC
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edited by Tina C. Ambos, Björn Ambos, Julian Birkinshaw
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Language
eng
Summary
This volume of Research in Global Strategic Management, the first under the new editorship of William Newburry, provides new perspectives on headquarters-subsidiary relationships in the context of the contemporary multinational corporation.--
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BTCTA
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658.15
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illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Ambos, Tina C.
  • Ambos, Björn
  • Birkinshaw, Julian M.
Series statement
Research in global strategic management
Series volume
volume 17
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  • International business enterprises
  • Subsidiary corporations
  • Industrial organization
Label
Perspectives on headquarters-subsidiary relationships in the contemporary MNC, edited by Tina C. Ambos, Björn Ambos, Julian Birkinshaw
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Front Cover; Perspectives on Headquarters-Subsidiary Relationships in the Contemporary MNC; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Dedication; Editor's Letter; Introduction to Volume Theme; Perspectives on the Management Mechanisms of the MNC; Beyond Local Responsiveness -- Multi-domestic Multinationals at the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid by Paul N. Gooderham, Svein Ulset, and Frank Elter; Regional Management in Multinational Service Operations: Do Services Drive Regional Management Structures? by Jörg Freiling, Perttu Kähäri, Rebecca Piekkari, and Fabian Schmutz Strategic Animation and Emergent Processes: Managing for Efficiency and Innovation in Globally Networked Organizations by Stephen Tallman and Mitchell P. KozaThe Agency Perspective for Studying Headquarters-Subsidiary Relations: An Assessment and Considerations for Future Research by Adrian Schulte Steinberg and Sven Kunisch; Perspectives on Tensions and Conflicts in HQ-Subsidiary Relationships; Conflict Resolution in Headquarters-Subsidiary Relationships: The Roles of Regulatory Fit and Moral Emotions by Rajesh Kumar and Jens Gammelgaard The Ambidextrous Subsidiary: Strategies for Alignment, Adaption and Managing Allegiances by Marty Reilly and Pamela Sharkey ScottExploring Subsidiaries' Perceptions of Corporate Headquarters: Subsidiary Initiatives and Organizing Costs by Randi Lunnan, Sverre Tomassen and Gabriel R.G. Benito; Informed Headquarters, Legitimized Subsidiary, and Reduced Level of Subsidiary Control in International R&D Management by Kazuhiro Asakawa and Tomomine Aoki; Subsidiary Autonomy and Factory Performance in Japanese Manufacturing Subsidiaries in Thailand by Kiyohiro Oki Perspectives on Knowledge Transfer in the MNC NetworkComplementarity and Substitution in the Knowledge Networks of R&D Subsidiaries by Ulf Andersson, Suma Athreye and Georgios Batsakis; How does Geographic Distance Impact the Relevance of HQ Knowledge? The Mediating Role of Shared Context by Phillip C. Nell, Benoit Decreton and Björn Ambos; Transfer of Social and Environmental Accounting and Reporting Knowledge: Subsidiary Absorptive Capacity and Organisational Mechanisms by Gabriela Gutierrez Huerter O, Stefan Gold, Jeremy Moon and Wendy Chapple; The Way Forward; References Part I: Perspectives on the Management Mechanisms of the MNCBeyond Local Responsiveness -- Multi-Domestic Multinationals at the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid; Introduction; Local Responsiveness and the BOP Challenge; Business Model Components; The Case of Telenor; Measurement Issues; Case Part 1: The Failure and the Turnaround of Uninor; Perceived Benefit and Price; Value Delivery; Value Proposition; Value Capture and Value Creation; Summary; Case Part 2: Global Replication of BOP Innovations; GID; GID and Transfer from BOP; Summary; Discussion; References
Control code
ocn946903187
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxix, 452 pages
Isbn
9781786353702
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)946903187
Label
Perspectives on headquarters-subsidiary relationships in the contemporary MNC, edited by Tina C. Ambos, Björn Ambos, Julian Birkinshaw
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Front Cover; Perspectives on Headquarters-Subsidiary Relationships in the Contemporary MNC; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Dedication; Editor's Letter; Introduction to Volume Theme; Perspectives on the Management Mechanisms of the MNC; Beyond Local Responsiveness -- Multi-domestic Multinationals at the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid by Paul N. Gooderham, Svein Ulset, and Frank Elter; Regional Management in Multinational Service Operations: Do Services Drive Regional Management Structures? by Jörg Freiling, Perttu Kähäri, Rebecca Piekkari, and Fabian Schmutz Strategic Animation and Emergent Processes: Managing for Efficiency and Innovation in Globally Networked Organizations by Stephen Tallman and Mitchell P. KozaThe Agency Perspective for Studying Headquarters-Subsidiary Relations: An Assessment and Considerations for Future Research by Adrian Schulte Steinberg and Sven Kunisch; Perspectives on Tensions and Conflicts in HQ-Subsidiary Relationships; Conflict Resolution in Headquarters-Subsidiary Relationships: The Roles of Regulatory Fit and Moral Emotions by Rajesh Kumar and Jens Gammelgaard The Ambidextrous Subsidiary: Strategies for Alignment, Adaption and Managing Allegiances by Marty Reilly and Pamela Sharkey ScottExploring Subsidiaries' Perceptions of Corporate Headquarters: Subsidiary Initiatives and Organizing Costs by Randi Lunnan, Sverre Tomassen and Gabriel R.G. Benito; Informed Headquarters, Legitimized Subsidiary, and Reduced Level of Subsidiary Control in International R&D Management by Kazuhiro Asakawa and Tomomine Aoki; Subsidiary Autonomy and Factory Performance in Japanese Manufacturing Subsidiaries in Thailand by Kiyohiro Oki Perspectives on Knowledge Transfer in the MNC NetworkComplementarity and Substitution in the Knowledge Networks of R&D Subsidiaries by Ulf Andersson, Suma Athreye and Georgios Batsakis; How does Geographic Distance Impact the Relevance of HQ Knowledge? The Mediating Role of Shared Context by Phillip C. Nell, Benoit Decreton and Björn Ambos; Transfer of Social and Environmental Accounting and Reporting Knowledge: Subsidiary Absorptive Capacity and Organisational Mechanisms by Gabriela Gutierrez Huerter O, Stefan Gold, Jeremy Moon and Wendy Chapple; The Way Forward; References Part I: Perspectives on the Management Mechanisms of the MNCBeyond Local Responsiveness -- Multi-Domestic Multinationals at the Bottom-of-the-Pyramid; Introduction; Local Responsiveness and the BOP Challenge; Business Model Components; The Case of Telenor; Measurement Issues; Case Part 1: The Failure and the Turnaround of Uninor; Perceived Benefit and Price; Value Delivery; Value Proposition; Value Capture and Value Creation; Summary; Case Part 2: Global Replication of BOP Innovations; GID; GID and Transfer from BOP; Summary; Discussion; References
Control code
ocn946903187
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xxix, 452 pages
Isbn
9781786353702
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)946903187

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