Journal of Strategy and Management: Volume 5 Issue 2


Table of contents - How Universal are the Nature and Process of Strategy? A Special Issue in honour of Arndt Sorge

Guest Editors: Marielle G. Heijltjes, Ayse SakaHemhout, Arjen van Witteloostuijn

Divergent glocalization in a multinational enterprise: Institutional‐bound strategic change in European and US subsidiaries facing the late‐2000 recession

Mara Brumana, Giuseppe Delmestri

This paper aims to unpack the organization of an multinational enterprise (MNE) and confront its meso‐level complexity of structures and strategies. It seeks to uncover how the…

Recombining national variety: internationalisation strategies of American and European law firms

Sigrid Quack

This paper aims to explore internationalisation strategies of service firms in sectors where markets become increasingly globalised while resource environments still remain…


Stamping La Poste: an illustration of the influence of societal effects on strategic change

Elen Riot, Emmanuel de la Burgade

The aim of this paper is to explain how the globalisation of services can be limited or enhanced by societal effects.

Are firms' lobbying strategies universal? Comparison of lobbying by French and UK firms

Madina Rival

The central question in this article is: do recurring types of corporate lobbying strategies exist (in the same way as for generic strategies, for example)? The objective of this…

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