De nouvelles perspectives pour la recherche en management international

Lemaire, Jean-Paul; Mayrhofer, Ulrike; Milliot, Eric
September 2012
Management International / International Management / Gestión I;Fall2012, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p11
Academic Journal
This article explores the multiple and interwoven effects of accelerating international market integration in order to allow economic actors to better distinguish upcoming stakes. The authors identify four related, often connected, research perspectives within the international business field: integrating new logics of diagnostic and decision-making, considering new types of stakeholders, changing balance of power between economic territories and players, and strengthening the relationship between the transformation of organizational structures and intercultural evolutions.


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