Journal of Business Strategy: Volume 41 Issue 3


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The extremes of franchising in a post-communist country

Laurent Tournois, Damien Forterre

Franchising has become an increasingly popular overseas expansion strategy for companies in various industries. A successful development in a transition economy such as Serbia has…

Cross-border M&As: integration practices from emerging economies

Samta Jain, Smita Kashiramka, P.K. Jain

The purpose of the study is to gain insights into the post-acquisition integration practices of Indian multinational companies involved in cross-border acquisitions.

Family protocol: how it shapes succession in family firms

Cláudia Matias, Mário Franco

This study aims to understand the role that family protocol can have in the succession planning process of family businesses.


Intrapreneurship: outside the project box and into the unknown

Anna Feldmann, Frank Teuteberg

This study aims to illustrate the current understanding of the concept of intrapreneurship by comparing it with that of a traditional project.

M&As get another assist: when CEOs add intuition to the decision mix

Hannu Kuusela, Siiri Koivumäki, Mika Yrjölä

The purpose of this paper is to analyze the use of intuition in successful merger and acquisition (M&A) decisions. M&As are strategic decisions that can create growth, open up new…

Follow the dancing meme: intergenerational relations in the workplace

Peter Buell Hirsch

This paper aims to examine whether the stereotypes about intergenerational conflict in the workplace have any validity.

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