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Host-home country linkages and host-home country specific advantages as determinants of foreign acquisitions by Indian firms
PJ Buckley, N Forsans, S Munjal
The Multinational Enterprise and the Emergence of the Global Factory, 173-199, 2014
2262014
The role of open innovation in emerging economies: Do companies profit from the scientific knowledge of others?
MI Kafouros, N Forsans
Journal of World Business 47 (3), 362-370, 2012
2082012
Increasing the size of the ‘country’: regional economic integration and foreign direct investment in a globalized world economy
J Clegg, N Forsans, KT Reilly
The Changing Global Context of International Business, 191-217, 2003
1402003
Cross-border acquisitions by Indian multinationals: Asset exploitation or asset augmentation?
PJ Buckley, S Munjal, P Enderwick, N Forsans
International Business Review 25 (4), 986-996, 2016
1162016
The role of experiential and non-experiential knowledge in cross-border acquisitions: The case of Indian multinational enterprises
PJ Buckley, S Munjal, P Enderwick, N Forsans
Journal of World Business 51 (5), 675-685, 2016
802016
Do foreign resources assist or impede internationalisation? Evidence from internationalisation of Indian multinational enterprises
PJ Buckley, S Munjal, P Enderwick, N Forsans
International Business Review 25 (1), 130-140, 2016
652016
Evolution of FDI in the United States in the context of trade liberalization and regionalization
PJ Buckley, J Clegg, N Forsans, KT Reilly
Journal of Business Research 56 (10), 853-857, 2003
502003
Internationalisation drivers of Indian firms
VN Balasubramanyam, N Forsans
Asian Business & Management 9 (3), 319-340, 2010
272010
The role of country alliances in reducing the transaction costs of internationalisation: evidence from Indian multinational enterprises
PJ Buckley, S Munjal, P Enderwick, N Forsans
Cambridge Journal of Economics 41 (3), 807-828, 2017
252017
Foreign acquisitions by Indian multinational enterprises: a test of the eclectic paradigm
PJ Buckley, N Forsans, S Munjal
Cambridge Symposium on International Manufacturing, 24-25, 2009
252009
The strategies of Japanese firms in emerging markets: The case of the automobile industry in India
SA Horn, N Forsans, AR Cross
Asian Business & Management 9 (3), 341-378, 2010
192010
A simple and flexible dynamic approach to foreign direct investment growth: The Canada-united states relationship in the context of free trade
PJ Buckley, J Clegg, N Forsans, KT Reilly
Foreign direct investment, China and the world economy, 386-418, 2010
162010
Why do Indian firms go abroad?
V Balasubramanyam, N Forsans
The Department of Economics, 2013
152013
The growth trajectory of Indian MNEs
S Munjal, PJ Buckley, P Enderwick, N Forsans
The Great Diversity-Trajectories of Asian Development, 191-205, 2013
122013
Country Linkages and Firm Internationalization: Indian MNEs within Economic-Political Alliances of Nations
PJ Buckley, P Enderwick, N Forsans, S Munjal
The changing geography of international business, 79-94, 2013
122013
Acquisitions versus licensing agreements as vehicles for technology transfer
N Forsans, VN Balasubramanyam
European Journal of International Management 4 (1-2), 48-55, 2010
82010
Foreign market servicing strategies in the NAFTA area
P Buckley, J Clegg, N Forsans
Canadian Journal of Regional Science 21 (2), 255-276, 1998
81998
The growth trajectory of Indian multinational enterprises
S Munjal, PJ Buckley, P Enderwick, N Forsans
The great diversity: Trajectories of Asian development, 191-206, 2014
62014
Science, technology and development: the case of India’s investments abroad
VN Balasubramanyam, N Forsans
International Conference on “Science, Technology and Economy: Emerging and …, 2009
62009
A simple and flexible dynamic approach to foreign direct investment growth: Did Canada benefit from the free trade agreements with the United States
PJ Buckley, J Clegg, N Forsans, KT Reilly
Academy of International Business Annual Meeting, Stockholm, 2004
62004
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