This paper analyzes five characteristics associated with the overall decision‐making process that are necessary to achieve a high degree of perceived procedural justice within four strategic contexts of focal subsidiaries. Strategic contexts are based on the role of subsidiaries as defined by the flow of knowledge between these subsidiaries and the global network of MNCs. Propositions are developed that relate the five characteristics, the four strategic contexts, and high perceived procedural justice. The propositions represent a template for managers and researchers interested in the successful implementation of global strategic decisions and the improvement of the performance of individual subsidiaries as well as the global competitiveness of multinational corporations.
Ellis, K.M. (2000), "STRATEGIC CONTEXTS, KNOWLEDGE FLOWS, AND THE COMPETITIVENESS OF MNCs: A PROCEDURAL JUSTICE APPROACH", Competitiveness Review, Vol. 10 No. 1, pp. 9-24. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb046386
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