By Henry Lopez-Vega and Nicolette Lakemond The rise and downfall of well-known EMNEs has raised interest in understanding how these firms build and destroy innovation capabilities. Even though investments in R&D, manufacturing, and acquisition of global innovation capabilities played a … Continue reading Open and nonmarket strategies for innovation capability building in emerging markets
Recent research published in the Global Strategy Journal, coauthored by Esther Tippmann (National University of Ireland Galway), Sinéad Monaghan (Trinity College Dublin) and Becky Reuber (University of Toronto), shows that the need for both replication and entrepreneurship loom large for … Continue reading How Do Globally Scaling Digital Firms Navigate Competing Strategic Demands?
By Brian Ganson, Tony L. He, and Witold J. Henisz Managers are increasingly challenged by issues as diverse as climate change, globalization, pandemic response, and inclusive development. However, a key complication in addressing these challenges effectively is that they impact … Continue reading How Managers Can Design Socially Inclusive Strategies
By Yan “Anthea” Zhang (Rice University), Jin Chen (University of Nottingham Ningbo China), Haiyang Li (Rice University), Jing Jin (University of International Business and Economics, China) In a mature stock market, reputation of underwriters signals the underlying quality of IPO … Continue reading How Are Underwriters and IPO Firms Paired in a Nascent Stock Market?—Implications for Securities Regulators and Investors
By Yan “Anthea” Zhang, Zhuo Chen and Yuandi Wang Patents are important assets to many firms. Firms can not only use patents to protect their new inventions, but also can secure loans using patents as collaterals. According to Mann (2018), around … Continue reading How to Choose Patents as Loan Collaterals