The Use of Multiple-Party Perspectives in International Joint Venture ResearchMIR: Management International Review
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AbstractMuch academic research on international joint ventures has relied on information and insights gained from only one of the several parties that make up a collaborative venture. Motivated by a desire to explore the merits of "multiple-party" investigations in international joint ventures, a research project was designed and implemented in the context of US-China joint ventures. Matched data from eight large joint ventures were collected through in-depth interviews with 40 managers representing Chinese and US parent companies and joint venture operating managers from both partners.
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Citation InformationGregory E. Osland and S. Tamer Cavugsil. "The Use of Multiple-Party Perspectives in International Joint Venture Research" MIR: Management International Review Vol. 38 Iss. 3 (1998) p. 191 - 202
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