volume 29, issue 1, P70-95 2020
DOI: 10.1108/mbr-11-2019-0163
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Wen-Ting Lin, Ying-Yu Chen, David Ahlstrom, Linda C. Wang

Abstract: Purpose This paper aims to use the institutional and information-processing perspectives to explore their association with between internationalization and the Penrose effect phenomenon for business groups (BGs). Design/methodology/approach The authors use ordinary least squares regression models to test arguments about data pertaining to 101 Taiwanese BGs’ foreign direct investments. Findings The results indicate that greater levels of depth and scope in the process of internationalization during one per…

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