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Author:Yongbok Jeon , Byung Il Park , Pervez N. Ghauri
Data Source:[J].China Economic Review, 2013, Vol.26, pp.105-117Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Despite the impressive magnitude of inward FDI in China, empirical studies on its spillover effects are relatively scarce and have failed to find conclusive evidence. By exploring a vast firm-level panel dataset, this study aims to test empirically whether the horizo...
Author:Shufeng Simon Xiao , Yong Kyu Lew , Byung Il Park
Data Source:[J].Management International Review, 2019, Vol.59 (4), pp.643-673Springer
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study combines the resource-based view of the firms and region-based view of the strategy (i.e., a 2R-based view) to shed light on the crucial roles of firm-specific resources and region-specific heterogeneity within the context of China, a large emerging econom...
Author:Peter J. Buckley , Byung Il Park
Data Source:[J].Asia Pacific Business Review, 2014, Vol.20 (1), pp.109-135Taylor & Francis
Abstract:The research objectives of this paper are twofold. First, it attempts to identify the critical factors facilitating the acquisition of technology from foreign partner firms and performance enhancement in international collaborative formations. Second, it compares these factors ac...
Author:Byung Il Park , Pervez N. Ghauri
Data Source:[J].Journal of World Business, 2015, Vol.50 (1), pp.192-204Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This research attempts to investigate key drivers motivating corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices by small and medium sized foreign subsidiaries. By using stakeholder theory and regression analysis, we integrate international business and CSR literatu...
Author:Byung Il Park , Agnieszka Chidlow , Jiyul Choi
Data Source:[J].International Business Review, 2014, Vol.23 (5), pp.966-980Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This research attempts to examine how specific stakeholder groups influence multinational enterprise (MNE) corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices in South Korea. Generally speaking, the results show that both primary (e.g., consumers, ‘internal managers...
Author:Byung Il Park , Jiyul Choi
Data Source:[J].International Business Review, 2014, Vol.23 (1), pp.130-144Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study investigates the impact of control mechanisms exercised by MNEs on knowledge (technology) absorption in cross-border acquisitions (CBAs). The empirical examination was undertaken in Korea, which is a newly industrialized emerging market, where knowled...
Author:Sung-Jun Lee , Joongwha Kim , Byung Il Park
Data Source:[J].International Business Review, 2015, Vol.24 (4), pp.580-593Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)This study investigates the way in which employees from acquiring and acquired firms experience cultural differences during post-acquisition integration. We examined Volvo Construction Equipment's acquisition of Samsung Heavy Industry's division of construction ...
Author:... Young-Ryeol Park , Pervez N. Ghauri , Byung Il Park
Data Source:[J].Journal of International Management, 2014, Vol.20 (2), pp.107-123Elsevier
Abstract:Abstract(#br)The objectives of this paper are to determine the patterns of innovative knowledge transfer strategies of globalized group-affiliated companies (GACs) from emerging markets and to assess the effects of these patterns on the performance of foreign subsidiaries. The sa...
Author:Byung Il Park , Kum-Sik Oh , Suk Bong Choi
Data Source:[J].The Service Industries Journal, 2012, Vol.32 (7), pp.1077-1096Taylor & Francis
Abstract:This research attempts to identify key factors affecting the acquisition of local market information in foreign majority-owned international joint ventures (IJVs). By using Spearman rank correlation coefficient and ordinary least squares regression, we reveal that most of the fac...
Author:Gap‐Yeon Jeong , Myung‐Su Chae , Byung Il Park
Data Source:[J].Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences / Revue Canadienne des Sciences de l'Administration, 2017, Vol.34 (3), pp.291-305Wiley
Abstract:Abstract(#br)Despite increasing research on reverse knowledge transfer (RKT) from subsidiaries to headquarters (HQs), there is no academic consensus on the primary determinants influencing RKT. By incorporating four different facets (i.e., absorption, sharing, implanting, an...

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