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|Title:||Host-country headquarters and an MNE's subsequent within-country diversifications|
|Citation:||Ma, X., Delios, A. (2010). Host-country headquarters and an MNE's subsequent within-country diversifications. Journal of International Business Studies 41 (3) : 517-525. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1057/jibs.2009.51|
|Abstract:||We propose that the establishment of a host-country headquarters (HCHQ) in a large emerging market can be viewed as part of a multinational enterprise's (MNE) political strategy to facilitate its within-country diversifications by reducing institutional intervention of the host government. Using a sample of MNEs in China in the period 1979-2005, we find that MNEs with an HCHQ had a greater number of subsequent diversifications in China, as compared with those MNEs without an HCHQ. This effect was more prominent when the diversifications were in domains with a higher level of institutional intervention. © 2010 Academy of International Business All rights reserved.|
|Source Title:||Journal of International Business Studies|
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