6月21日,范笛博士(Curtin University)
发布时间:2017-06-21 发布人:fyy 点击数:159
  

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主题:Where to Seek Strategic Assets for Competitive Catch-up? A Configurational Study of Emerging Multinational Enterprises Expanding into Foreign Strategic Factor Markets


报告人范笛(David Fan)
博士

副教授                                                                     

时间621日(星期三)

下午13:30

地点:宁远楼424教室


摘要
Emerging multinational enterprises (EMNEs) often engage in strategic-asset-seeking foreign direct investment (FDI) for competitive catch-up. This study explores the linkages between an EMNE’s competitive scenario consisting of a configuration of its awareness-motivation-capability (AMC) conditions and the comparative institutional advantages of its strategic-asset-seeking destination. Our configurational analyses of Chinese FDIs in the technology-intensive industries of OECD countries reveal a taxonomy of four distinct asset-seeking strategies of EMNEs. Our findings shed novel insights into the strategic variations within EMNEs based on a theoretically and methodologically extended AMC framework. This study also extends the varieties of capitalism literature by addressing the implications of comparative institutional advantages for foreign entrants, rather than domestic incumbent firms.

讲座人简介
Di (David) Fan
(Ph.D. Monash, CPA) is an associate professor in international business in the School of Management of Curtin Business School at Curtin University, Perth, Australia. His current research interest includes, International Business Strategies, and Chinese Management. His publications appear in journals, such as Organization Studies, Journal of World Business, International Business Review, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Business Ethics, International Journal of Human Resource Management, and Human Resource Management Review etc. David is an Associate Editor of Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources (ABDC: B; 2017-), and Deputy Editor of Chinese Management Studies ABDC: C; 2017-);  and serves on the Editorial Review Boards of International Journal of Human Resource Management (ABDC: A; 2016-) and Management and Organization Review (ABDC: A; 2017-), and the Advisory Board of COMPASSS (2015-).

 

 
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