Browsing by Author "Scott-Kennel, Joanna"

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  • Asset-seeking investment by Chinese multinationals: Firm ownership, location,and entry mode

    Liu, Jie; Scott-Kennel, Joanna (MacEwan, 2011)
    Chinese outward foreign direct investment (FDI), although still emergent, is rapidly growing, widely dispersed amongst host locations, and increasingly driven by asset-seeking motives. However, characteristics of Chinese ...
  • Just another BRIC in the wall? The rise of BRICs and educating tomorrow's global managers

    Salmi, Asta; Scott-Kennel, Joanna (Academy of International Business, 2012)
    The BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India, and China) comprise 40 percent of the world’s population (approximately 2.8 billion people), cover more than a quarter of the world’s land area over three continents, and account ...
  • Models of internationalisation: The New Zealand experience

    Scott-Kennel, Joanna (Inderscience, 2013)
    This paper examines the models of internationalisation adopted by thirty firms from New Zealand. Analysis of the international model is based on five key dimensions: firm sector and size; international market scope; market ...
  • Off the shelf

    Barner-Rasmussen, Wilhelm; Piekkari, Rebecca; Scott-Kennel, Joanna; Welch, Catherine (Academy of Management, 2011)
    This article reviews several books pertaining to multinational corporations, including "Managing the Embedded Multinational: A Business Network View," by Mats Forsgren, Ulf Holm, and Jan Johanson, "Global, National & Local ...
  • The role of knowledge and learning in the internationalisation of professional service firms

    Scott-Kennel, Joanna; von Batenburg, Zoe (Routledge, 2012)
    This paper explores the role of knowledge and learning in the internationalisation process of a small, professional service firm. It investigates the relationship between key dimensions of knowledge, organisational learning, ...

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