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Dynamic capabilities, managerial mindsets and the outcomes of internationalization: the case of Chinese state-owned enterprises
chapterposted on 2015-04-22, 10:57 authored by Lan Gao, Xiaohui Liu, Eleni Lioliou
Applying the concepts of dynamic capabilities and managerial mindsets, this chapter examines the factors affecting the internationalization outcomes of Chinese SOEs using the case study approach. Our findings show that those SOEs which inherited organizational routines under the regime of a centrally planned economy have encountered great challenges in achieving international success. Our results also suggest that dynamic capabilities and managerial mindsets are the main drivers determining the international performance of SOEs. These findings have important policy and managerial implications.
- Business and Economics
Published inHandbook of Emerging Market Multinational Corporations
Pages198 - 221 (283)
CitationGAO, L., LIU, X. and LIOLIOU, E., 2015. Dynamic capabilities, managerial mindsets and the outcomes of internationalization: the case of Chinese state-owned enterprises. IN: Demirbag, M. and Yaprak, A. (eds). Handbook of Emerging Market Multinational Corporations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp.198-221.
PublisherEdward Elgar / © Mehmet Demirbag and Attila Yaprak
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