On the Future of International Joint Venture Research
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SubjectInternational joint venture; Internationalization; international transactions; Multilateral alliances; Alliance processes; Competition; Strategy; Business strategy; Organizational design; Firm organization; SECS-P/08; SECS-P/10
International joint ventures (IJVs) are an important type of international strategic alliance (ISA) that have been studied by scholars for decades, resulting in a plethora of empirical studies, publications, and reviews, yet an inadequate accumulation of knowledge exists, as a closer look reveals. Much more than providing a summary and critical assessment of past contributions, this paper develops proposals for future research based upon a deep understanding of past research and comprehensive frameworks that distill this research. The paper aims at substantiating essential and progressive research opportunities for the advancement not only of future IJV research but of closely-related research fields such as ISAs, theories of the multinational firm, international business research, or strategic management.
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