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Global Strategy Journal
GLOBAL STRATEGY JOURNAL
Edited by: Stephen Tallman and Torben Pedersen
GSJ is defined clearly by its focus on international and global organizational strategic management, rather than a universalistic approach to the study of strategy.
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TOP ARTICLES INCLUDE:
What is really different about emerging market multinationals?
The author explores whether existing theories, developed principally from studying DMNEs, are adequate to explain the behavior of EMNEs
Global strategy formulation and learning from the field: Three modes of comparative learning and a case illustration
Mary Yoko Brannen and Christopher J. Voisey
The aim of this article is to understand the role of comparative learning in global strategy formulation and to contribute a methodological framework for distinguishing between different modes of comparative inquiry for global strategy scholars and practitioners.
Reverse innovation, emerging markets, and global strategy
Vijay Govindarajan and Ravi Ramamurti
This article proposes a research agenda that explores the nature of innovation in emerging markets, the reasons why such innovations might diffuse to other parts of the world, the role of local firms and developed-country multinational enterprises in this process, and the strategic and organizational challenges faced by DMNEs that pursue reverse innovation.
How global strategies emerge: an attention perspective
Cyril Bouquet and Julian Birkinshaw
The authors develop hypotheses linking aspects of the firm's operating environment and its internal organization to its international attention-the time and effort HQ executives invest in activities, communications, and discussions aimed at improving their understanding of the global marketplace.
The relationship between international diversification and firm performance: Why it remains a puzzle
Margarethe F. Wiersema and Harry P. Bowen
In this article, the authors seek to provide a fresh perspective on international diversification by examining data on the pattern and evolution of exports and imports by U.S. companies and their foreign subsidiaries.
Bringing corporate governance to international joint ventures
Jeffrey J. Reuer, Elko Klijn, Frans A.J. van den Bosch and Henk W. Volberda
Noted in this article are some of the most important theoretical stakes that exist in organizational governance research on IJVs and some of the promising research directions and questions that are available for scholarship on alliance governance.
PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Your submissions to Global Strategy Journal are invited. GSJ is intended to be a top tier scholarly journal and will publish papers that are selected through a rigorous competitive review process and which meet the standards of the journal, in four issues per year. All manuscripts considered for submission must be sent to GSJ's online submission site: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/gsj
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CALLS FOR PAPERS FOR SPECIAL ISSUES OF GSJ:
- Structuring, Managing, and Governing International Collaborations
Submission Deadline: August 12, 2012
- The Mutual Impact of Global Strategy and Organizational Learning
Submission deadline: April 1, 2013
- The Role of Location in Achieving Global Competitiveness
Submission Deadline: October 15, 2013
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