Scientific mindfulness: A foundation for future themes in international business.
Behavioral elements in foreign direct investments.
Exploring the role of managerial intentionality in international business.
The past, present and future of managing distance: stakeholders and development.
Cultural intelligence and all that Jazz: A cognitive revolution in international management research?.
Walking the cultural distance: in search of direction beyond friction.
Software, distance, friction, and more: a review of lessons and losses in the debate for a better metaphor on culture.
The liabilities of origin: an emerging economy perspective on the costs of doing business abroad.
Country level corruption as a liability of foreignness: effects on staffing, incentives, and activities.
Liability of foreignness: new insights from capital markets.
Institutional distance in international business research.
Building competitive advantage in a global environment: leadership and the mindset.
Top management teams and societal context: the international dimensions of top management.
Managing the fragmented value chain of global business: exploitative and explorative offshoring toward emerging market economies.
Global marketing strategy: past, present, and future.
Technological clusters and multinational enterprise R&D strategy.
Management innovation and the multinational corporation.
Innovation and the multinational enterprise.
A multilevel approach to understanding the multinationality–performance relationship.
Nonlinear internationalization: a neglected topic in international business research.
List of Contributors.
Diasporas as drivers of national competitiveness.
Internationalization of emerging market firms: a case for theoretical extension.
Introduction to Section 1 Booz & co./strategy+business eminent scholar in international management 2009.
Introduction to Section 2 The past, present and future of international business & management.
From culture and behavior to culture and self-deception.
Culture, psychology, management, and Harry Triandis.
Self-deception and the ideal culture: implications for international management research.