Country of origin matters for multinationals too [still to do]
- Noorderhaven, N.G.; Harzing, A.W. (2003) The "Country-of-Origin Effect" in multinational corporations: Sources, mechanisms and moderating conditions, Management International Review, 43, special issue 2): 47-66. Available online... - Publisher’s version
- Harzing, A.W.; Sorge, A.M. (2003) The relative impact of country-of-origin and universal contingencies on internationalization strategies and corporate control in multinational enterprises: World-wide and European perspectives, Organisation Studies, 24(2): 187-214. [Roland Calori Prize for the best paper published in Organization Studies 2003-2004] Available online... - Publisher’s version
- Harzing, A.W.; Sorge, A.M.; Paauwe, J. (2002) HQ-subsidiary relationships in multinational companies: A British-German comparison, in: Geppert, M.; Matten, D.; Williams, K. (eds.) Challenges for European Management in a Global Context - Experiences from Britain and Germany, Basingstoke, London, New York: Palgrave. Available online...
- Harzing, A.W.; Noorderhaven, N.G. (2008) Headquarters-subsidiary relationships and the country-of-origin effect, in: Feldman, M.P. & Santangelo, G.D. (2008) New Perspectives in IB Research - Progress in International Business Research, Volume 3): 13–40. Available online... - Publisher’s version
Include reference to article with Katsu and Hyun-Jung once published and in that blog also refer to this one. Also refer to MIR article with Markus.
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Anne-Wil Harzing is Professor of International Management at Middlesex University, London and visiting professor of International Management at Tilburg University. In addition to her academic duties, she also maintains the Journal Quality List and is the driving force behind the popular Publish or Perish software program.