critical perspectives on international business

Category:

International Business

Table Of Contents: Volume 7 Issue 4

Reflections on seven years of critical perspectives on international business

George Cairns, Joanne Roberts

The purpose of this extended editorial is to reflect on the journey of critical perspectives on international business over the past seven years and to look forward to…

R&D subsidiary embedment: a resource dependence perspective

Christopher Williams, Brigitte Ecker

The purpose of this paper is to investigate researchers' operationalization of the construct of embedment of overseas R&D subsidiaries.

Responsibility and the local: the prospects for critical management in Turkey

Ozan Nadir Alakavuklar, Martin Parker

The aim of this paper is to understand the possible role of critical accounts of management in a developing country like Turkey, when the origin of the dominant critical…

Michailova and Jormanainen, “Knowledge transfer between Russian and Western firms: whose absorptive capacity is in question?”

Igor Gurkov

The paper aims to provide comments on Michailova and Jormanainen's paper, “Knowledge transfer between Russian and Western firms: whose absorptive capacity is in question?”…

“Not with the mind alone”

Nigel J. Holden

This paper seeks to provide an invited response to the Michailova/Jormanainen paper (CPoIB, Vol. 7 No. 3).

A commentary on “Knowledge transfer between Russian and Western firms: whose absorptive capacity is in question?” by Snejina Michailova and Irina Jormanainen

Charalambos Vlachoutsicos

The paper seeks to provide a commentary on Michailova and Jormanainen's viewpoint entitled “Knowledge transfer between Russian and Western firms: whose absorptive capacity…

A commentary on “Knowledge transfer between Russian and Western firms: whose absorptive capacity is in question?” by Snejina Michailova and Irina Jormanainen

Victoria Shabrova

The purpose of this paper is to provide a response to the viewpoint by Michailova and Jormanainen under the title “Knowledge transfer between Russian and Western firms…

Knowledge transfer and absorptive capacity in Russian‐Western business settings

Snejina Michailova

The purpose of this paper is to provide a response to four commentaries on the original viewpoint entitled “Knowledge transfer between Russian and Western firms: whose…

ISSN:

1742-2043

Online date, start – end:

2005

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editors:

  • Prof Christoph Dörrenbächer
  • Professor Snejina Michailova