16 pages tagged "hq-subsidiary relationships"
HQ-Subsidiary Relationships in MNCs
Research program 2: MNC typologies, entry modes, country-of-origin, subsidiary typologies, MNC knowledge flows, and language in HQ-subsidiary relationships
MNC entry mode: it is not just about choice!
Reviews my research on entry mode choice including some unpublished work on management of different entry modes
How you see me, How you don't
Does ethnic similarity help or hinder in the relationship between expats and locals: a conceptual framework based on self-verification theory
Managing the Multinationals: An international study of control mechanisms
Full information about the published version of my PhD dissertation
Subsidiaries down-under: victims of their geographical isolation?
Systematically reviews the impact of geographical differences on the HQ-subsidiary relationship
Language in International Business
Research program 5: Language barrier and its solutions, language in HQ-subsidiary relationships, language and cooperative vs. competitive behaviour
Overview of Anne-Wil's six research programs
Managing expatriates' identity: subtle desire, big impact
Highlights the key findings of the exciting work on ethnic identity and expatriation by one of my former PhD students Shea Fan
The benefits of being understood
Introducing Shea Fan's work on the role of ethnic identity confirmation in the relationship between expatriates and host country employees in China
The double-edged sword of ethnic similarity
Introduces Shea Fan's work on ethnic identity confirmation in a Chinese host context
Language barriers in multinational companies
Reviews my research on the role of language in MNCs between 2003 and 2013
Babel in Business: The Role of Language in International Business
My inaugural lecture at Middlesex University, Wednesday 13 April 2016
The many benefits of a shared language in multinationals
Reports on a study outlining the relationship between shared language and knowledge flows
English as a Lingua Franca in Academia
Reports on my presentation at Manchester Metropolitan University
Hablas vielleicht un peu la mia language?
Systematically reviews the impact of language differences on the HQ-subsidiary relationship
Managing Expatriates in China: A Language and Identity Perspective
Full information about our research monograph in the Palgrave Studies in Chinese Management series
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