volume 28, issue 4, P463-482 2020
DOI: 10.1108/mbr-10-2019-0133
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Guus Hendriks

Abstract: Purpose This paper aims to use the eclectic paradigm as a broad organizing framework to bring together two somewhat parallel international business (IB) literatures, one on the development effects of multinational enterprise activity and the other on the internationalization of emerging market multinationals (EMNEs). The author does so to better understand how outward foreign investment shapes economic development in firms’ home countries. Design/methodology/approach Considering that the characteristics of …

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