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.