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Foreign entry modes revisited from an ethics perspective: An exploratory case of the transitional economy
Paper presented at the 10th international conference on Industry, Engineering and Management Systems (IEMS) (2004)
  • Timothy Kiessling
  • Marina Dabic
Abstract
This research explores through a questionnaire of four hundred Croatian businessmen and 92 Croatian business students, the ethical concerns and type of personnel that MNCs should be aware in transitional economies. This research cautions strategy scholars in focusing entirely upon lowering initial transaction costs in foreign entry mode without considering the possible long term implications of employee behavior. © Copyright Timothy Kiessling & Marina Dabic, 2004
Keywords
  • Croatia,
  • ethics,
  • transitional economies
Publication Date
March 17, 2004
Citation Information
Timothy Kiessling and Marina Dabic. "Foreign entry modes revisited from an ethics perspective: An exploratory case of the transitional economy" Paper presented at the 10th international conference on Industry, Engineering and Management Systems (IEMS) (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tim_kiessling/22/