Codification dynamics and R&D subsidiary evolution

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    Abstract

    The paper contributes to the subsidiary evolution literature by providing new evidence of location quality in emerging markets, as well as it opens the “black box” of industry effects on subsidiary evolution. The paper illustrates that industrial characteristics are likely to influence subsidiary evolution within newly established foreign invested R&D units in emerging markets. The findings of the paper further suggest that dynamics, at company and industry level, which nurtures codification of innovation related knowledge, make it easier for foreign invested R&D subsidiaries in distant emerging markets to develop capabilities - and gain charters.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationBJIR Conference on Outsourcing/Offshoring of Service Work
    Number of pages20
    PublisherLondon School of Economics
    Publication date17 Nov 2010
    Publication statusPublished - 17 Nov 2010
    EventLSE BJIR Conference on Outsourcing/Offshoring of Service Work - London, United Kingdom
    Duration: 17 Nov 201018 Nov 2010

    Conference

    ConferenceLSE BJIR Conference on Outsourcing/Offshoring of Service Work
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    CityLondon
    Period17/11/201018/11/2010

    Cite this

    Søberg, P. V. (2010). Codification dynamics and R&D subsidiary evolution. In BJIR Conference on Outsourcing/Offshoring of Service Work London School of Economics.
    Søberg, Peder Veng. / Codification dynamics and R&D subsidiary evolution. BJIR Conference on Outsourcing/Offshoring of Service Work. London School of Economics, 2010.
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