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Board composition, family ownership, institutional distance and the foreign equity ownership strategies of Turkish MNEs
(Journal of World Business, Elsevier, 2018)
In much of the developing world, families represent the dominant form of firm ownership. This study investigates how this influences equity ownership strategies when firms venture abroad. Drawing on agency theory and ...
The effects of ownership concentration and institutional distance on the foreign entry ownership strategy of Turkish MNEs
(Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, 2018)
We investigate how ownership concentration and institutional distance both directly influence the equity-based ownership strategies of a sample of Turkish MNEs, and also how institutional differences moderate the link ...
Corporate governance and firm performance in emerging markets: Evidence from Turkey
(International Business Review, Elsevier, 2019)
This is a study of the relationship between context, internal corporate governance and firm performance, looking at the case of Turkey, an exemplar of family capitalism. We found more concentrated ownership, often in the ...
Brand management practices in emerging country firms - exploring the patterns of variation and its impact on firm performance
(Journal of East European Management Studies, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2018)
Firms in emerging countries often face different sets of challenges in developing their brand management strategies. Drawing on the dynamic capabilities view, the present study examines brand management practices among ...
HRM and performance the role of talent management as a transmission mechanism in an emerging market context
(Human Resource Management Journal, Wiley, 2018)
This paper investigates the link between HRM practices, talent management (TM), and firm performance and examines the role of HRM/business strategy alignment in an emerging market context. Through survey evidence gathered ...