Last edited by Yotaxe
Saturday, May 9, 2020 | History

3 edition of Regional aspects of multinationality and performance found in the catalog.

Regional aspects of multinationality and performance

Regional aspects of multinationality and performance

  • 206 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by Elsevier JAI in Oxford, UK .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Alan M. Rugman.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 395 p. ;
Number of Pages395
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22764029M
ISBN 109780762313952

of multinational firms is low in relation to assets and book value, and low -- but not quite as low --in relation to earnings. Based on Tobin’s q (the ratio of the market value of equity plus debt to the book value of assets), the multinational discount is in the range of % to %. Using the more. performance and risk management effects in a comprehensive sample of public firms and finds supportive evidence for the proposition that multinationality can enhance performance across industries. However, the ability to exploit upside potential and avoid downside risk is industry specific.

January 1 Ahmet H. Kirca Associate Professor Department of Marketing This book is the best-seller in MSI’s Relevant Knowledge Series and designated a Regional Aspects of the Multinationality-Performance Research: Does the Context Matter for the, Kirca.   Purpose – This paper aims to analyze regional versus global activities of large firms. We assemble longitudinal data over the ‐ period. Design/methodology/approach – Sales and assets data for the Fortune firms from ‐ were compiled from annual reports of the firms, by triad region. The definition of the triad regions is based on international accounting standards Author: Chang Hoon Oh.

In A. M. Rugman (Ed.), Regional Aspects of Multinationality and Performance, Research in Global Strategic Management Volume Li, L. Multinationality and Industry Characteristics. An Attempt Towards Completeness of the Multinationality-Performance Model. Academy of International Business, South-West (USA) Annual Meeting , United States of America: Academy of International Business. Kumar, V., Kundu, S. (). Country-Level Institutional Context: Moderating the Relationship Between Multinationality and Performance.


Share this book
You might also like
Jim Moran, the courtesy man

Jim Moran, the courtesy man

Scarlet plume

Scarlet plume

Next left

Next left

Revolutionary War diary

Revolutionary War diary

Final report of the research project on communications in the University of Manchester...

Final report of the research project on communications in the University of Manchester...

Thames bridges in the Greater London area

Thames bridges in the Greater London area

Victorian frame of mind, 1830-1870.

Victorian frame of mind, 1830-1870.

Laboratory methods of inorganic chemistry

Laboratory methods of inorganic chemistry

Report on the U.S. EPA Technical Workshop on WTI Incinerator Risk Assessment Issues

Report on the U.S. EPA Technical Workshop on WTI Incinerator Risk Assessment Issues

California Gold

California Gold

Aldermanic campaign fund solicitation letter

Aldermanic campaign fund solicitation letter

The Rise of the Roman Empire (Greenwood Guides to Historic Events of the Ancient World)

The Rise of the Roman Empire (Greenwood Guides to Historic Events of the Ancient World)

Ground water in the vicinity of Bryce State Hospital, Negro Colony, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

Ground water in the vicinity of Bryce State Hospital, Negro Colony, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

Every man his own farrier, or

Every man his own farrier, or

Merchants daughters

Merchants daughters

Regional aspects of multinationality and performance Download PDF EPUB FB2

Regional Aspects of Multinationality and Performance, Volume 13 (Research in Global Strategic Management) [Alan Rugman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Regional Aspects of Multinationality and Performance, Volume 13 (Research in Global Strategic Management)Cited by: This offers better information on the strategic performance of an MNE, in comparison to the traditional metric of the return of foreign - to total sales or assets F/T.

This volume will publish 10 chapters at the forefront of research on this reinvigorated topic of the regional. Part A Bringing the Regional Dimension Into Multinationality and Performance --The Evolutionary or Multi-Stage Theory of Internationalization and its Relationship to the Regionalization of Firms / Farok J.

Contractor 11 --Multinationality and Regional Performance, / Alan M. Rugman, Chang Hoon Oh 31 --Exploring Trends in.

Get this from a library. Regional Aspects of Multinationality and Performance. [Alan Rugman] -- Volume 10 is entitled Advertising and Differentiated Products, and is part of the annual series "Advances in Applied Microeconomics". The series provides a forum in which researchers disseminate.

Several important papers appear in Rugman and Oh () on the regional aspects of multinationality and performance, and related work is beginning to be published by scholars such as Banalieva et. The traditional independent variable in the multinationality and performance literature is the ratio of foreign (F) to total (T) sales, (F/T).This can now be supplemented by a new regional variable, the ratio of regional (R) to total (T) sales, i.e.

(R/T).Data are presented on both (F/T) and (R/T) for both sales and assets for a 5-year period, –Cited by: How important is regional vs. global scope. An examination of U.S. multinationals Regional aspects of multinationality and performance. The book concludes by systematically describing and.

The literature on the relationship between the degree of multinationality (M) and performance (P) in the context of multinational enterprises (MNEs) has attracted a large volume of research in the past 50 years. Yet, the theoretical foundations and the empirical conclusions concerning the nature of M–P relationship vary greatly, thus call for a critical review and by: The Laws of Globalization and Business Applications - by Pankaj Ghemawat October ” In Regional Aspects of Multinationality and Performance, edited by Rugman, Alan M.

“ The Role of Territorial Coverage and Product Diversification in the Multinationality-Performance Relationship.” Global Strategy Journal 2 (2): Author: Pankaj Ghemawat, Steven A. Altman.

He is also part time Professor of International Business at the University of Reading. His recent books include: Inside the Multinationals; reissued by Palgrave Macmillan on its 25th Anniversary in ; The Regional Multinationals (Cambridge University Press, ) and Regional Aspects of Multinationality and Performance (Elsevier, ).Cited by:   Abstract.

This paper examines the factors that drive the success of multinational corporations (MNCs) in their pursuit of regional strategies. Based on contingency theory, we develop a comprehensive regional success factor model to investigate the effects of regional management autonomy and regional product/service adaptation on the regional success of by: 7.

This is followed by data showing that these firms perform mainly on an intra-regional basis (rather than globally) and by data examining the specific activities of the relatively small set of large MNEs from emerging economies. shape of the multinationality-performance relationship.

We argue that there are three partial explanations for the confusing results in the literature (Annavarjula & Beldona, ). First, the term ‘multinationality’ has different meanings.

Conflicting results are partly due. Li, L. & D. (Forthcoming) Global and regional strategies of multinational enterprises: A comparison between an integrated global industry and a multidomestic industry.

In Research in Global Strategic Management (Volume 13): Regional Aspects of Multinationality and Performance, Rugman, Alan (Ed.). Elsevier ra, Manuel P. Regional and Product Diversification and the Performance of Retail Multinationals Abstract Despite the importance of geographic expansion in the services sector, few studies have analyzed the relationships between international diversification, product diversification and performance for services firms.

Downloadable (with restrictions). Abstract The literature on the relationship between the degree of multinationality (M) and performance (P) in the context of multinational enterprises (MNEs) has attracted a large volume of research in the past 50 years.

Yet, the theoretical foundations and the empirical conclusions concerning the nature of M–P relationship vary greatly, thus call for a Cited by: on the multinationality-performance relation-ship by using large-sample, longitudinal data to demonstrate the frailty of the S-curve hypothe-sis that has come to be widely accepted in this literature.

These findings emphasize the need for caution while generalizing results across country. Research summary: We revisit the empirical relationship between multinationality and performance by attempting to replicate the widely cited S-shape relationship reported in Lu and Beamish ().Cited by: Regional and Global Strategy 3 Objectives of the chapter 3 • Active Learning Case Coke goes worldwide with a local strategy 4 Overview of the book 5 Country and firm factors 5 International competitiveness and firm strategy 6 Globalization 7 Regionalization 7 Introduction 7 World business: a brief overview 8 Exports and imports 8 Foreign File Size: KB.

In addition, he has written several book chapters including those in Challenge and Response: North American Firms in East Asia, The Impact of Trade Liberalization: Communicating with APEC Communities, Regional Aspects of Multinationality and Performance, and International Strategic Management: A New Generation.

Regional Aspects of Multinationality and Performance, Volume 13 Regional Economic Integration, Volume 12 Internalization, International Diversification and the Multinational Enterprise: Essays in Honor of Alan M.

Rugman, Volume Items where Author is "Rugman, Professor Alan" Rethinking the literature on the performance of Chinese multinational enterprises. Management and Organization Review, 12 (2).

pp. Rugman, A., ed. () Regional aspects of multinationality and performance. Research in Global Strategic Management,   Abstract. Alan Rugman and co-authors argue that globalisation, and with it global strategy, is a myth.

This contention rests on a taxonomy of the world's largest firms based on their sales, showing an overwhelming share of home-regional by: