Institutionentheorie - Neuer "Dampf" für die Internationale Managementforschung?

Chapter

Zusammenfassung

Seit den grundlegenden Arbeiten von Meyer/Rowan , Zucker, DiMaggio/Powell und Scott hat die Neue Institutionentheorie (NIT) in zahlreichen sozialwissenschaftlichen Disziplinen Eingang gefunden. Natürlich hat auch die Forschung zum Internationalen Management (IM) mit ihrer starken Fraktion der Transaktionskostentheoretiker recht früh in der soziologischen Institutionentheorie eine Möglichkeit gesehen, die auf die Erklärung der Institutionen: Markt und Organisation fixierte Transaktionskosten- bzw. Internalisierungstheorie durch Einbeziehung der Transaktionsumwelt der realen Komplexität anzupassen. Mit dem Decade Award Winning Aufsatz von Brouthers gewinnen die bis dato vereinzelten Übertragungen der organisationalen/soziologischen Institutionentheorie auf Probleme des IM8 an Fahrt, nicht zuletzt weil es ihm gelingt empirisch nachzuweisen, dass die NIT die Erklärungsmächtigkeit der im IM dominierenden Paradigmen der Transaktionskostentheorie (TKT) und des Ressourcenbasierten Ansatzes (RBA) verbessert .

Preview

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Literaturverzeichnis

  1. Abdi, M./Aulakh, P. (2012): Do country-level institutional frameworks and interfirm governance arrangements substitute or complement in international business relationships?, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 5, S. 477–497.Google Scholar
  2. Aulakh, P. S./Kotabe, M. (2008): Institutional changes and organizational transformation in developing economies, in: Journal of International Management, Vol. 14, 2008, Issue 3, S. 209-216.Google Scholar
  3. Banalieva, E. R./Dhanaraj, C. (2013): Home-region orientation in international expansion strategies, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 44, 2013, Issue 1, S. 89–116.Google Scholar
  4. Beck, N./Kabst, R./ Walgenbach, P. (2009): The cultural dependence of vocational training, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 8, S. 1374–1395.Google Scholar
  5. Bell, R.G./Filatotchev, I./Rasheed,A.A. (2012): The liability of foreignness in capital markets: Sources and remedies, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 1, S. 107–122.Google Scholar
  6. Berry, H./Guillen, M. F./Zhou, N. (2010): An institutional approach to cross-national distance, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 9, S. 1460–1480.Google Scholar
  7. Bhaumik, S.K./Driffield, N./Pal, S. (2010): Does ownership structure of emerging-market firms affect their outward FDI? The case of the Indian automotive and pharmaceutical sectors, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 3, S. 437–450.Google Scholar
  8. Björkman, I./Fey, C. F./Park, H. J. (2007): Institutional theory and MNC subsidiary HRM practices: Evidence from a three country study, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 38, 2007, Issue 3, S. 430-446.Google Scholar
  9. Boubakri, N./Mansi, S. A./Saffar, W. (2013):. Political institutions, connectedness, and corporate risk-taking, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 44, 2013, Issue 3, S. 195–215.Google Scholar
  10. Boulton, T. J./Smart, S. B./Zutter, C. J. (2010): IPO underpricing and international corporate governance, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 2, S. 206–222.Google Scholar
  11. Bowen, H. P./De Clercq, D. (2008): Institutional context and the allocation of entrepreneurial effort, in:. Journal of International Business Studies, Vol.39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 747–767.Google Scholar
  12. Brockman, P./Rui, O. M./Zou, H. (2013): Institutions and the performance of politically connected M&As, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 44, 2013, Issue 8, S. 833–852.Google Scholar
  13. Brouthers, K. D. (2002):. Institutional, cultural and transaction cost influences on entry mode choice and performance, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 33, 2002, Issue 2, S. 203–221.Google Scholar
  14. Brouthers, K. D. (2013): A retrospective on: Institutional, cultural and transaction cost influences on entry mode choice and performance, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 44, 2013, Issue 1, S. 14-22.Google Scholar
  15. Bruton, G. D./Ahlstrom, D./ Puky, T. (2009): Institutional differences and the development of entrepreneurial ventures: A comparison of the venture capital industries in Latin America and Asia, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 5, S. 762–778.Google Scholar
  16. Buck, T./Liu, X./Skovoroda, R. (2008): Top executive pay and firm performance in China, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2009, Issue 5, S. 833–850.Google Scholar
  17. Buckley, P. J. (2002): Is the international business research agenda running out of steam? in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 33, 2002, Issue 2, S. 365-373.Google Scholar
  18. Buckley, P. J./Casson, M. (1976): The future of the multinational enterprise, London, Macmillan, 1976.Google Scholar
  19. Buckley, P. J./Casson, M. (2009): The internalisation theory of the multinational enterprise: A review of the progress of a research agenda after 30 years, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 9, S. 1563-1580.Google Scholar
  20. Buckley, P. J./Lessard, D. R. (2005): Regaining the edge for international business research, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 36, 2005, Issue 6, S. 595-599.Google Scholar
  21. Campbell, J. T./Eden, L./Miller, S. (2012): Multinationals and corporate social responsibility in host countries: Does distance matter? in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 1, S. 84-106.Google Scholar
  22. Cantwell, J./Brannan, M.Y. (2011): Positioning JIBS as an interdisciplinary journal, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 42, 2011, Issue 1, S. 1-9.Google Scholar
  23. Cantwell, J. A./Dunning, J. H.,/Lundan, S. M. (2010): An evolutionary approach to understanding international business activity: The co-evolution of MNEs and the institutional environment, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 4, S. 567–586.Google Scholar
  24. Cantwell, J./Piepenbrink, A./Shukla, P. (2014): Assessing the impact of JIBS as an interdisciplinary journal: A network approach, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 7, S. 787-799.Google Scholar
  25. Capelleras, J.-L. et al. (2008): Do more heavily regulated economies have poorer performing new ventures? Evidence from Britain and Spain, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 688-704.Google Scholar
  26. Castellani, D./Jimenez, A./Zanfei, A: (2013): How remote are R&D labs? Distance factors and international innovative activities, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 44, 2013, Issue 7, S. 649-675.Google Scholar
  27. Chacar, A. S./Newburry, W./Vissa, B. (2010): Bringing institutions into performance persistence research: Exploring the impact of product, financial, and labor market institutions, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 7, S. 1119–1140.Google Scholar
  28. Chan, C. M./Makino, S. (2007): Legitimacy and multi-level institutional environments: Implications for foreign subsidiary ownership structure, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 38, 2007, Issue 4, S. 621-638.Google Scholar
  29. Chan, C. M./ Makino, S./Isobe, T. (2006): Interdependent behavior in foreign direct investment: The multi-level effects of prior entry and prior exit on foreign market entry, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 5, S. 642-665.Google Scholar
  30. Chen, D./Paik, Y./Park, S.H. (2010): Host-country policies and MNE management control in IJVs: Evidence from China, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 526-537.Google Scholar
  31. Cheng, J. LC. et al. (2009): Advancing interdisciplinary research in the field of international business: Prospects, issues, and challenges, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 7, S. 1070-1074.Google Scholar
  32. Cheng, J. LC. et al. (2014): Advancing interdisciplinary research: Insights from the JIBS special issue, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 6, S. 643-648.Google Scholar
  33. Chetty, S./Eriksson, K./Lindbergh, J. (2006): The effect of specificity of experience on a firm’s perceived importance of institutional knowledge in an ongoing business, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 5, S. 699–712.Google Scholar
  34. Chung-Leung, L. et al. (2008): The effects of social capital and organizational innovativeness in different institutional contexts, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 589-612.Google Scholar
  35. Clougherty, J.A./Grajek, M. (2008): The impact of ISO 9000 diffusion on trade and FDI: A new institutional analysis, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 613–633.Google Scholar
  36. Coase, R.H. (1937): The nature of the firm, in: Economica, Vol. 4, 1937, S. 385-405.Google Scholar
  37. Coeurderoy, R. G./Gordon, M. (2008):. Regulatory environments and the location decision: Evidence from the early foreign market entries of new-technology-based firms, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 670–687.Google Scholar
  38. Commons, J.R. (1924): The legal foundations of capitalism, New York, Macmillan, 1924.Google Scholar
  39. Commons, J.R. (1934): Institutional economics, Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1934.Google Scholar
  40. Crilly, D. (2010): Predicting stakeholder orientation in the multinational enterprise: A mid-range theory, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 42, 2010, Issue 5, S. 694–717.Google Scholar
  41. Cuervo-Cazurra, A. (2006): Who cares about corruption?, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 6, S. 807–822.Google Scholar
  42. Cuervo-Cazurra, A. (2008): The effectiveness of laws against bribery abroad, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 634–651.Google Scholar
  43. Cuervo-Cazurra, A./Genc, M. (2008): Transforming disadvantages into advantages: Developing-country MNEs in the least developed countries, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 6, S. 957-979.Google Scholar
  44. Cui, L./Jiang, F. (2012): State ownership effect on firms’ FDI ownership decisions under institutional pressure: A study of Chinese outward-investing firms, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 3, S. 264-284.Google Scholar
  45. Cull, R./Haber, S./Imai, M. (2011): Related lending and banking development, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 42, 2011, Issue 3, S. 406–426.Google Scholar
  46. Czada, R./Schimank, U. (2000): Institutionendynamiken und politische Institutionengestaltung: Die zwei Gesichter sozialer Ordnungsbildung, in: Werle, R./Schimank, U. (Hrsg.) Gesellschaftliche Komplexität und kollektive Handlungsfähigkeit, Frankfurt/Main, Campus, 2000, S. 23-43.Google Scholar
  47. Danis, W.D./ Chiaburu, D.S./Lyles, M.A. (2010): The impact of managerial networking intensity and marketbased strategies on firm growth during institutional upheaval: A study of small and medium-sized enterprises in a transition economy, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 2, S. 287-307.Google Scholar
  48. Davis, P.S./Desai, A.B./Francis, J.D. (2000): Mode of international entry: An isomorphism perspective, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 31, 2000, Issue 2, S. 239–258.Google Scholar
  49. Delios, A./Xu, D./Beamish, P.W. (2008): Within-country product diversification and foreign subsidiary performance, in:Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 706–724.Google Scholar
  50. Dellestrand, H./Kappen, P. (2012): The effects of spatial and contextual factors on headquarters resource allocation to MNE subsidiaries, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 3, S. 219-243.Google Scholar
  51. Delmestri, G./ Wezel, F.C. (2011): Breaking the wave: The contested legitimation of an alien organizational form, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 42, 2011, Issue 6, S. 828–852.Google Scholar
  52. Dikova, D./Sahib, P. R./Van Witteloostuijn, A. (2010): Cross-border acquisition abandonment and completion:The effect of institutional differences and organizational learning in the international business service industry, 1981–2001, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 2, S. 223-245.Google Scholar
  53. Dikova, D./van Witteloostuijn, A. (2007): Foreign direct investment mode choice: Entry and establishment modes in transition economies, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 38, 2007, Issue 6, S. 1013-1033.Google Scholar
  54. DiMaggio, P. J. (1988): Interest and agency in institutional theory, in L. G. Zucker (Ed.), Institutional patterns and organizations: Culture and environment, Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing, 1988, S. 3-21.Google Scholar
  55. DiMaggio, P.J./Powell, W.W. (1983): The iron cage revisited: Institutional isomorphism and collective rationality in organizational fields, in: American Sociological Review, Vol. 48, 1983, Issue 2, S. 147-160.Google Scholar
  56. DiMaggio, P.J./Powell, W.W. (1991): Introduction, in: Powell, W.W./DiMaggio, P.J. (Hrsg.): The New Institutionalism in organization analysis, Chicago, Chicago University Press, 1991, S. 1-40.Google Scholar
  57. Djankov, S.et al. (2008): The law and economics of self-dealing, in: Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 88, 2008, Issue 3, S. 430–465.Google Scholar
  58. Domadenik, P./Prašnikar, J./Svejnar, J. (2008): Restructuring of firms in transition: Ownership, institutions and openness to trade, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 725-746.Google Scholar
  59. Dunning, J. H. (1980): Toward an eclectic theory of international production: Some empirical tests, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 11, 1980, Issue 1, S. 9–31.Google Scholar
  60. Dunning, J. H. (1989): The study of international business: A plea for a more interdisciplinary approach, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 20, 1989, Issue 2, S. 411-436.Google Scholar
  61. Dunning, J. H. (2009): Location and the multinational enterprise: A neglected factor?, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 1, S. 5–19.Google Scholar
  62. Dunning, J.H/Lundan, S. M. (2008): Multinational enterprises and the global economy, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2008.Google Scholar
  63. Engelhard, J./Schmidt-Wellenburg, C./Steinhausen, D. (2009): Institutionelle Entwicklung des Internationalen Managements als wissenschaftliche Disziplin, in: Oesterle, M.-J./Schmid, S. (Hrsg.): Internationales Management - Forschung, Lehre, Praxis, Stuttgart, Schäffer-Poeschel, 2009, S. 68-92.Google Scholar
  64. Eriksson, K./Johanson, J./ Majkgård, A./Sharma, D. D. (2000): Effect of variation on knowledge accumulation in the internationalization process, in: International Studies of Management & Organization Vol. 30, 2000, Issue 1, S. 26-44.Google Scholar
  65. Fenton-O’Creevy, M./Gooderham, P./Nordhaug, O. (2008): Human resource management in US subsidiaries in Europe and Australia: Centralisation or autonomy?, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 1, S. 151–166.Google Scholar
  66. Ferner, A./Almond, P./Colling, T. (2005): Institutional theory and the cross-national transfer of employment policy: The case of ‘workforce diversity’ in US multinationals, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 36, 2005, Issue 3, S. 304–321.Google Scholar
  67. Filatotchev, I./Piesse, J. (2009): R&D, internationalization and growth of newly listed firms: European evidence, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 8, S. 1260–1276.Google Scholar
  68. Fligstein, N. (1997): Social skill and institutional theory, in: American Behavioral Scientist, Vol. 40, 1997, Issue 4, S. 397-405.Google Scholar
  69. Flores, R. et al. (2013): How well do supranational regional grouping schemes fit international business research models? , in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 44, 2013, Issue 5, S. 451–474.Google Scholar
  70. Fogel, K. (2006): Oligarchic family control, social economic outcomes, and the quality of government, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 5, S. 603–622.Google Scholar
  71. Forsgren, M. (2002): The concept of learning in the Uppsala internationalization process model: a critical review, in: International Business Review, Vol. 11, 2002, Issue 3, S. 257-277.Google Scholar
  72. Galang, R. M. (2012): Government efficiency and international technology adoption: The spread of electronic ticketing among airlines, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue, 7, S. 631–654.Google Scholar
  73. Gao, G. Y. et al. (2010): A ‘‘strategy tripod’’ perspective on export behaviors: Evidence from domestic and foreign firms based in an emerging economy, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 3, S.377-396.Google Scholar
  74. Giddens, A. (1988): Die Konstitution der Gesellschaft: Grundzüge einer Theorie der Strukturierung, Frankfurt a.M. et al., Campus, 1988.Google Scholar
  75. Gubbi, S. R. et al. (2010): Do international acquisitions by emerging-economy firms create shareholder value? The case of Indian firms, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 3, S. 397-418.Google Scholar
  76. Guler, I./Guillén, M. (2010): Institutions and the internationalization of US venture capital firms, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 2, S. 185–205.Google Scholar
  77. Hagedoorn, J./Cloodt, D./van Kranenburg, H. (2005): Intellectual property rights and the governance of international R&D partnerships, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 36, 2005, Issue 2, S. 175-186.Google Scholar
  78. Hall, P. A./Soskice, D. (2001): An introduction to varieties of capitalism, in: P. A. Hall/ D. Soskice (Eds.), Varieties of capitalism: The institutional foundations of comparative advantage, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2001, S. 1–68.Google Scholar
  79. Han, S. et al. (2010): A cross-country study on the effects of national culture on earnings management, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 1, S. 123–141.Google Scholar
  80. Hannan, M. T./Freeman, J. T. (1977): The population ecology of organizations, in: American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 82, 1977, S. 929-964.Google Scholar
  81. Haxhi, I./van Ees, H. (2010): Explaining diversity in the worldwide diffusion of codes of good governance, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 4, S. 710–726.Google Scholar
  82. Henisz, W./Swaminathan, A. (2008): Institutions and international business, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 537–539.Google Scholar
  83. Hillman, A./Wan, W. (2005): The determinants of MNE subsidiaries’ political strategies: Evidence from institutional duality, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 36, 2005, Issue 3, S. 322-340.Google Scholar
  84. Hofstede, G. (1980): Culture’s consequences: International differences in work related values, Beverly Hills, CA, Sage Publications, 1980.Google Scholar
  85. Hofstede, G. H. (2001): Culture’s consequences: Comparing values, behaviors, institutions, and organizations across nations, Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage, 2001.Google Scholar
  86. Hope, O. K., Thomas, W./Vyas, D. (2011): The cost of pride: Why do firms from developing countries bid higher? in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 42, 2011, Issue 1, S. 128–151.Google Scholar
  87. Hung, K. H./Gu, F. F./Yim, C. K. (2007): A social institutional approach to identifying generation cohorts in China with a comparison with American consumers, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 38, 2007, Issue 5, S. 836–853.Google Scholar
  88. Husted, B./Allen, D. (2006): Corporate social responsibility in the multinational enterprise: Strategic and institutional approaches, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 6, S. 838-849.Google Scholar
  89. Ioannou, I./Serafeim, G. (2012): What drives corporate social performance? The role of nation-level institutions, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 9, S. 834-864.Google Scholar
  90. Jackson, G./Deeg, R. (2008): Comparing capitalisms: Understanding institutional diversity and its implications for international business, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 540-561.Google Scholar
  91. Jandhyala, S./Weiner, R. J. (2014): Institutions sans frontières: International agreements and foreign investment, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 6, S. 649–669.Google Scholar
  92. Jandik, T./Kali, R. (2009): Legal systems, information asymmetry, and firm boundaries: Cross-border choices to diversify through mergers, joint ventures, or strategic alliances, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 4, S. 578–599.Google Scholar
  93. Johanson, J./Vahlne, J. E. (1977): The internationalization process of the firm - a model of knowledge development and increasing foreign market commitment, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 8, 1977, Issue 1, S. 23-32.Google Scholar
  94. Johanson, J./Vahlne, J. E. (2003): Business relationship commitment and learning in the internationalization process, in: Journal of International Entrepreneurship, Vol. 1, 2003, Issue 1,S. 83-101.Google Scholar
  95. Johanson, J./Vahlne, J. E. (2006): Commitment and opportunity development in the internationalization process: A note on the Uppsala internationalization process model, in: Management International Review, Vol. 46, 2006, Issue 2, S. 165-179.Google Scholar
  96. Johanson, J/Vahlne, J. E. (2009): The internationalization process model revisited: From liability of foreignness to liability of outsidership, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 9, S.1411-1433.Google Scholar
  97. Judge, W. Q./Fainshmidt, S./Brown III, J. L. (2014): Which model of capitalism best delivers both wealth and equality? in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 4, S. 363-386.Google Scholar
  98. Kieser, A./Ebers, M. (2014), (Hrsg.): Organisationstheorien, 7. Aufl., Stuttgart, Kohlhammer 2014.Google Scholar
  99. Kim, H./Kim, H./Hoskisson, R. E. (2010): Does market-oriented institutional change in an emerging economy make business group-affiliated multinationals perform better? An institution-based view, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 7, S. 1141–1160.Google Scholar
  100. Kogut, B./Singh, H. (1988):. The effect of national culture on the choice of entry mode, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 19, 1988, Issue 3, S. 411–432.Google Scholar
  101. Kostova, T. (1999): Transnational transfer of strategic organizational practices: A contextual perspective, in: Academy of Management Review, Vol. 24, 1999, Issue 2, S. 308–324.Google Scholar
  102. Kostova, T./Roth, K. (2002):. Adoption of an organizational practice by subsidiaries of multinational corporations: Institutional and relational effects, in: Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 45, 2002, Issue 1, S. 215-233.Google Scholar
  103. Kostova, T./Roth, K./Dacin, T. (2008): Institutional theory in the study of multinational corporations: A critique and new directions, in: Academy of Management Review, Vol. 33, 2008, Issue 4, S. 994-1006.Google Scholar
  104. Kostova, T./Zaheer, S. (1999): Organizational legitimacy under conditions of complexity: The case of the multinational enterprise, in: Academy of Management Review, Vol. 24, 1999, Issue 1, S. 64-81.Google Scholar
  105. Kutschker, M. (2008): Lernen im Internationalisierungsprozess, in: Wrona, T. (Hrsg.): Strategische Managementforschung, Wiesbaden, Gabler, 2008, S. 169-192.Google Scholar
  106. Kutschker, M./Schmid, S. (2011): Internationales Management, 7. Aufl., München, Oldenbourg Verlag, 2011.Google Scholar
  107. Kwok, C. C. Y./Tadesse, S. (2006): National culture and financial systems, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 6, S. 227–247.Google Scholar
  108. Kwok, C. C. Y./Tadesse, S. (2006): The MNC as an agent of change for host-country institutions: FDI and corruption, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 6, S. 767-785.Google Scholar
  109. La Porta, R./Lopez-de-Silanes, F./Shleifer, A. (2008): The economic consequences of legal origins, in: Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 46, 2008, Issue 2, S. 285–332.Google Scholar
  110. La Porta, R., Lopez-de-Silanes, F., Schleifer, A., & Vishny, R. W. (1998): Law and finance, in: Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 106, 1998, Issue 4, S. 1113–1155.Google Scholar
  111. Laumann, E. O./Galaskiewicz, J./ Marsden, P. (1978): Community structure as interorganizational linkage, in: Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 4, 1978, S. 455-484.Google Scholar
  112. Lawler, J. J. et al. (2011): High-performance work systems in foreign subsidiaries of American multinationals: An institutional model, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 42, 2011, Issue 2, S. 202-220.Google Scholar
  113. Lewin, A.Y. (2004): Letters from the editor, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 35, 2004, Issue 2, S. 79-80.Google Scholar
  114. Li, M. H./Cui, L./Lu, J. Y. (2014): Varieties in state capitalism:Outward FDI strategies of central and local stateowned enterprises from emerging economy countries, in: Journal of InternationalBusiness Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 8, S. 980–1004.Google Scholar
  115. Liu, X./Wang, C./Wei, Y. (2009): Do local manufacturing firms benefit from transactional linkages with multinational enterprises in China? in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 7, S. 1113-1130.Google Scholar
  116. Lu, Y. et al. (2010): Capabilities as a mediator linking resources and the international performance of entrepreneurial firms in an emerging economy, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 3, S. 419-436.Google Scholar
  117. Lu,Y. et al. (2014): International experience and FDI location choices of Chinese firms: The moderating effects of home country government support and host country institutions, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 4, S. 428–449.Google Scholar
  118. Luk, C.-L. et al. (2008): The effects of social capital and organizational innovativeness in different institutional contexts, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 589-612.Google Scholar
  119. Luo, Y. (2005): Transactional characteristics, institutional environment and joint venture contracts, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 36, 2005, Issue 2, S. 209–230.Google Scholar
  120. Luo, Y. (2006): Political behavior, social responsibility, and perceived corruption: A structuration perspective, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 6, S. 747–766.Google Scholar
  121. Luo, X./Chung, C. -N./Sobczak, M. (2009): How do corporate governance model differences affect foreign direct investment in emerging economies? in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 3, S. 444-467.Google Scholar
  122. Ma, X./ Delios, A./Lau, C.-M. (2013): Beijing or Shanghai? The strategic location choice of large MNEs’ hostcountry headquarters in China, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 44, 2013, Issue 9, S. 953-961.Google Scholar
  123. Macharzina, K. (2009): Frontlinien der Forschung zum Internationalen Management, in: Schmid, S. (Hrsg.), Management der Internationalisierung, Wiesbaden, Gabler, 2009, S. 3-24.Google Scholar
  124. Macharzina, K./ Wolf, J. (2005): Unternehmensführung. Das internationale Managementwissen. Konzepte - Methoden - Praxis, 5. Aufl., Wiesbaden, Gabler, 2005.Google Scholar
  125. Maekelburger, B./Schwens, C./Kabst, R. (2012): Asset specificity and foreign market entry mode choice of small and medium-sized enterprises: The moderating influence of knowledge safeguards and institutional safeguards, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 5, S. 458–476.Google Scholar
  126. Makino, S./Tsang, E. W. (2011): Historical ties and foreign direct investment: An exploratory study, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 42, 2011, Issue 4, S. 545–557.Google Scholar
  127. McGahan, A. M./Victer, R. (2010):. How much does home country matter to corporate profitability? in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 1, S. 142–165.Google Scholar
  128. McKelvey, B./Aldrich, H.E. (1983): Populations, natural selection, and applied organizational science, in: Administrative Science Quaterly, Vol. 28, 1983, S. 101-128.Google Scholar
  129. Meyer, J. W./Rowan, B. (1977): Institutionalized organizations: Formals structure as myth and ceremony, in: American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 83, 1977, S. 340-363.Google Scholar
  130. Meyer, K. E. (2001): Institutions, transaction costs, and entry mode choice in Eastern Europe in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 32, 2001, Issue 2, S. 357–367.Google Scholar
  131. Meyer, K. E. and Peng, M. W. (2005): Probing theoretically into Central and Eastern Europe: Transactions, resources, and institutions, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 36, 2005, Issue 6, S. 600-621.Google Scholar
  132. Meyer, K. E./Sinani, E. (2009): When and where does foreign direct investment generate positive spillovers? A meta-analysis, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 7, S. 1075-1094.Google Scholar
  133. Meyer, K. E. et al. (2014): Overcoming distrust: How state-owned enterprises adapt their foreign entries to institutional pressures abroad, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 8, S. 1005-1028.Google Scholar
  134. Miller, S. R./Li, D./Eden, L./Hitt, M. A. (2008): Insider trading and the valuation of international strategic alliances in emerging stock markets, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 1, S. 102-117.Google Scholar
  135. Molina, C. (2012): Understanding institutional plurality in multinational enterprises: The roles of institutional logic and social identification, in: Tihanyi, L./Devinney, T.M./Pedersen, T. (Hrsg.): Institutional theory in international business and management, Bingley, Emerald, 2012, S. 399-424.Google Scholar
  136. Nelson, R. R. (2002): Bringing institutions into evolutionary growth theory, in: Journal of Evolutionary Economics, Vol. 12, 2002, Issue 1/2, S. 17–28.Google Scholar
  137. Nelson, R. R. (2008): What enables rapid economic progress: What are the needed institutions? in: Research Policy, Vol. 37, 2008, Issue 1, S. 1–11.Google Scholar
  138. North, D. C. (1989): Institutional change and economic history, in: Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, Vol 145, 1989, S. 238-245.Google Scholar
  139. North, D. C. (1990): Institutions, institutional change and economic performance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990.Google Scholar
  140. North, D. C. (2005): Understanding the process of economic change, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2005.Google Scholar
  141. Oliver, C. (1991): Strategic responses to institutional processes, in: Academy of Management Review, Vol.16, 1991, Issue 1, S. 145–179.Google Scholar
  142. Oxelheim, L./Randoy, T. (2005):. The Anglo-American financial influence on CEO compensation in non-Anglo- American firms, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 36, 2005, Issue 4, S. 470-483.Google Scholar
  143. Orr, R. J./Scott, W. R. (2008): Institutional exceptions on global projects: A process model, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 562–589.Google Scholar
  144. Pajunen, K. (2008): Institutions and inflows of foreign direct investment: A fuzzy-set analysis, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 4, S. 652–669.Google Scholar
  145. Parboteeah, K. P./Hoegl, M./Cullen, J. B. (2008): Managers’ gender role attitudes: A country institutional profile approach, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 5, S. 795-813.Google Scholar
  146. Peng, M. W./Wang, D.Y. L./Jiang, Y. (2008): An institution-based view of international business strategy: A focus on emerging economies, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 5, S. 920-936.Google Scholar
  147. Pinkse, J./Kolk, A. (2012): Multinational enterprises and climate change: Exploring institutional failures and embeddedness, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 3, S. 332-341.Google Scholar
  148. Puck, J. F./Holtbrügge, D./Mohr, A. T. (2009): Beyond entry mode choice: Explaining the conversion of joint ventures into wholly owned subsidiaries in the People’s Republic of China, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 3, S. 388–404.Google Scholar
  149. Purda, L.D. (2008): Risk perception and the financial system, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue7, S. 1178–1196.Google Scholar
  150. Qi, Y./Roth, L./Wald, J. (2011): How legal environments affect the use of bond covenants, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 42, 2011, Issue 2, S. 235–262.Google Scholar
  151. Redding, G. (2005): The thick description and comparison of societal systems of capitalism, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 36, 2005, Issue 2, S. 123-155.Google Scholar
  152. Regnér, P./Edman, J. (2014): MNE institutional advantage: How subunits shape, transpose and evade host country institutions, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 3, S. 275-302.Google Scholar
  153. Rodriguez, P. et al. (2006): Three lenses on the multinational enterprise: Politics, corruption, and corporate social responsibility, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 6, S. 733-746.Google Scholar
  154. Roy, J. -P./Oliver, C. (2009): International joint venture partner selection: The role of the host-country legal environment, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 5, S. 779–801.Google Scholar
  155. Salomon, R./Wu, Z. (2012): Institutional distance and local isomorphism strategy, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 4, S. 343–367.Google Scholar
  156. Santangelo, G. D./Meyer, K. E. (2011): Extending the internationalization process model: Increases and decreases of MNE commitment in emerging economies, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 42, 2011, Issue 7, S. 894-909.Google Scholar
  157. Sartor, M.A./Beamish, P.W. (2014): Offshoring innovation to emerging markets: Organizational control and informal institutional distance, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 9, S. 1072-1095.Google Scholar
  158. Scott, W.R. (1990): Institutions and organizations, Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage, 1990.Google Scholar
  159. Schäfer, U. et al. (2015): Gegen die Wand, in: Süddeutsche Zeitung vom 26./27.9.2015, S. 13-15.Google Scholar
  160. Schneider, M. R./Schulze-Bentrop, C./Paunescu, M. (2010): Mapping the institutional capital of high-tech firms: A fuzzy-set analysis of capitalist variety and export performance, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 2, S. 246–266.Google Scholar
  161. Schreyögg, G. (1998): Organisation, 2. Aufl., Wiesbaden, Gabler, 1998.Google Scholar
  162. Schulz-Bruns, R. (1989): Ansätze und Perspektiven der Institutionentheorie: eine bibliographische und konzeptionelle Einführung, Wiesbaden, Springer, 1989.Google Scholar
  163. Shenkar, O. (2004): One more time: International business in a global economy, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 35, 2004, Issue 2, S. 161-171.Google Scholar
  164. Selznik, P. (1949): TVA and the grass roots, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1949.Google Scholar
  165. Senge, K./Hellman, K. U. (2006): Einführung in den Neo-Institutionalismus: Mit einem Beitrag von W. Richard Scott, Wiesbaden, VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2006.Google Scholar
  166. Shinkle, G. A./Kriauciunas, A. P. (2010): Institutions, size and age in transition economies: Implications for export growth, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 2, S. 267-286.Google Scholar
  167. Singh, J./Lentz, P./Nijssen, E. (2011): First- and second-order effects of consumers’ institutional logics on firm– consumer relationships: A cross-market comparative analysis, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol.42, 2011, Issue 2, S. 307–333.Google Scholar
  168. Slangen, A. H. L./Beugelsdijk, S. (2010): The impact of institutional hazards on foreign multinational activity: A contingency perspective, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 6, S. 980-995.Google Scholar
  169. Stephan, U./Uhlaner, L. M. (2010): Performance-based vs socially supportive culture: A cross-national study of descriptive norms and entrepreneurship, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 8, S. 1347-1364.Google Scholar
  170. Sullivan, D. P./Daniels, J. D. (2008): Innovation in international business research: A call for multiple paradigms, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 6, S. 1081-1090.Google Scholar
  171. Scott, W. R. (2005): Institutional theory: Contributing to a research program, in: Smith, K.G./Hitt, M.A. (Hrsg.): Great minds in management: The process of theory development, New York, Oxford University Press, 2005, S. 460-484.Google Scholar
  172. Scott, R. W. (2014): Institutions and organizations. Ideas, interests, and identities, 4. Aufl., Los Angeles et al., Sage, 2014.Google Scholar
  173. Senge, K./Hellmann, K.-U. (2006), (Hrsg.): Einführung in den Neo-Institutionalismus, Wiesbaden, Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 2006.Google Scholar
  174. Shi, Y./Magnan, M./Kim, J.-B. (2012): Do countries matter for voluntary disclosure? Evidence from cross-listed firms in the US, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 2, S. 143-165.Google Scholar
  175. Sumner, W.G. (1906): Folkways, Boston, Ginn, 1906.Google Scholar
  176. Tang, L./Koveos, P. (2008): A framework to update Hofstede’s cultural value indices: Economic dynamics and institutional stability, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 6, S. 1045-1063.Google Scholar
  177. Teegen, H./Doh, J. P./Vachani, S. (2004): The importance of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in global governance and value creation: An international business research agenda, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 35, 2004, Issue 6, S. 463–483.Google Scholar
  178. Tihanyi, L./Griffith, D. A./Russell, C. J. (2005): The effect of cultural distance on entry mode choice, international diversification, and MNE performance: A meta-analysis, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 36, 2005, Issue 3, S. 270–283.Google Scholar
  179. Tolberg, P.S./Zucker, L. (1996): The institutionalization of institutional theory, in: Clegg, S. R./Hardy, C./Nord, W.R. (Hrsg.): Handbook of organization studies, London et al., Sage, 1996, S. 175-190.Google Scholar
  180. Tong, T. W.et.al. (2008): How much does country matter? An analysis of firms’ growth options, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 3, S. 387–406.Google Scholar
  181. Tregaskis, O./Brewster, C. (2006): Converging or diverging? A comparative analysis of trends in contingent employment practice in Europe over a decade, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 1, S. 111-126.Google Scholar
  182. Tsui-Auch, L. S./Möllering, G. (2010): Wary managers: Unfavorable environments, perceived vulnerability, and the development of trust in foreign enterprises in China, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 6, S. 1016–1035.Google Scholar
  183. Vaaler, P.M./Schrage, B.N. (2009): Residual state ownership, policy stability and financial performance following strategic decisions by privatizing telecoms, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 4, S. 621-641.Google Scholar
  184. Vahlne, J.-E./Ivarsson, I. (2014): The globalization of Swedish MNEs: Empirical evidence and theoretical explanations, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 3, S. 227-247.Google Scholar
  185. Vahlne, J.-E./Ivarsson, I./Johanson, J. (2011): The tortuous road to globalization for Volvo’s heavy truck business: Extending the scope of the Uppsala Model, in: International Business Review, Vol. 20, 2011, Issue 1, S. 1–14.Google Scholar
  186. Vahlne, J.-E./Johanson, J. (2013): The Uppsala model on evolution of the multinational business enterprise – From internalization to coordination of networks, in: International Marketing Review, Vol. 30, 2013, Issue 3, S. 189-208.Google Scholar
  187. van Essen, M. et al. (2012): An institution-based view of executive compensation: A multilevel meta-analytic test, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 4, S. 396–423.Google Scholar
  188. Veblen, T. (1919): The place of science in modern civilization and other essays, New York, Huebsch, 1919.Google Scholar
  189. Walgenbach, P./Meyer, R. E. (2008): Neoinstitutionalistische Organisationstheorie, Stuttgart, Kohlhammer, 2008.Google Scholar
  190. Wang, C. Q. (2012): Exploring the role of government involvement in outward FDI from emerging economies, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 43, 2012, Issue 7, S. 655–676.Google Scholar
  191. Weber, M. (1972): Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft, 5. Aufl., Tübingen, Mohr, 1972.Google Scholar
  192. Weitzel, U./Berns, S. (2006): Cross-border takeovers, corruption, and related aspects of governance, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 37, 2006, Issue 6, S. 786–806.Google Scholar
  193. Whitley, R. (1991): The social construction of business systems in East Asia, in: Organization Studies, Vol.12, 1991, Issue 1, S. 1-28.Google Scholar
  194. Whitley, R. (1999): Divergent capitalisms: The social structuring and change of business systems, New York, Oxford University Press, 1999.Google Scholar
  195. Williamson, O. E. (1975): Markets and hierarchies: Analysis and antitrust implications, New York, The Free Press, 1975.Google Scholar
  196. Williamson, O. E. (1985): The economic institutions of capitalism : Firms, markets, relational contracting, New York: The Free Press, 1985.Google Scholar
  197. Witt, M. A./Lewin, A. Y. (2007): Outward foreign direct investment as escape response to home country institutional constraints, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 38, 2007, Issue 4, S. 579-594.Google Scholar
  198. Witt, M. A./Redding, G. (2009): Culture, meaning, and institutions: Executive rationale in Germany and Japan, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 5, S. 859–895.Google Scholar
  199. Wu, C./Lawler, J. J./Yi, X. (2008): Overt employment discrimination in MNC affiliates: Home-country cultural and institutional effects, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 39, 2008, Issue 5, S. 772-794.Google Scholar
  200. Yeniyurt, S. et al. (2009): Mimetic and experiential effects in international marketing alliance formations of US pharmaceuticals firms: An event history analysis, in: Journal of International Business Studies,Vol. 40, 2009, Issue 2, S. 301–320.Google Scholar
  201. Yiu, D. W./Lau, C. M./Bruton, G. D. (2007): International venturing by emerging economy firms: The effects of firm capabilities, home country networks, and corporate entrepreneurship, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 38, 2007, Issue 4, S. 519–540.Google Scholar
  202. Young, S. L./Makhija, M. V. (2014): Firms’ corporate social responsibility behavior: An integration of institutional and profit maximization approaches, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 45, 2014, Issue 6, S. 670-698.Google Scholar
  203. Yu, J./Zaheer, S. (2010): Building a process model of local adaptation of practices: A study of Six Sigma implementation in Korean and US firms, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 3, S. 475-499.Google Scholar
  204. Zacharakis, A. L./McMullen, J. S./Shepherd, D. A. (2007): Venture capitalists’ decision policies across three countries: An institutional theory perspective, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 38, 2007, Issue 5, S. 691–708.Google Scholar
  205. Zhou, C./van Witteloostuijn, A. (2010): Institutional constraints and ecological processes: Evolution of foreigninvested enterprises in the Chinese construction industry, 1993–2006, in: Journal of International Business Studies Vol. 41, 2010, Issue 3, S. 539–556.Google Scholar
  206. Zhou, K. Z./Poppo, L. (2010): Exchange hazards, relational reliability, and contracts in China: The contingent role of legal enforceability, in: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol.41, 2010, Issue 5, S. 861-881.Google Scholar
  207. Zucker, L. G. (1977): The role of institutionalization in cultural persistence, in: American Sociological Review, Vol. 42, 1977, S. 726-743.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.PöckingDeutschland

Personalised recommendations