William Newburry
William Newburry
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Parent contribution and organizational control in international joint ventures
D Chen, SH Park, W Newburry
Strategic Management Journal 30 (11), 1133-1156, 2009
1752009
Stakeholder tracking and analysis: The RepTrak® system for measuring corporate reputation
CJ Fombrun, LJ Ponzi, W Newburry
Corporate reputation review 18 (1), 3-24, 2015
1642015
Bringing institutions into performance persistence research: Exploring the impact of product, financial, and labor market institutions
AS Chacar, W Newburry, B Vissa
Journal of International Business Studies 41 (7), 1119-1140, 2010
1542010
Organizational attractiveness is in the eye of the beholder: The interaction of demographic characteristics with foreignness
W Newburry, NA Gardberg, LY Belkin
Journal of International Business Studies 37 (5), 666-686, 2006
1522006
Standardization preferences: A function of national culture, work interdependence and local embeddedness
W Newburry, N Yakova
Journal of International Business Studies 37 (1), 44-60, 2006
1492006
Generic differences between equity international joint ventures (EIJVs), international acquisitions (IAs) and international greenfield investments (IGIs): Implications for …
W Newburry, Y Zeira
Journal of World Business 32 (2), 87-102, 1997
1121997
The effects of institutional development and national culture on cross-national differences in corporate reputation
DL Deephouse, W Newburry, A Soleimani
Journal of World Business 51 (3), 463-473, 2016
1092016
Why is the northern elite mind biased against community, the environment, and a sustainable future
TN Gladwin, WE Newburry, ED Reiskin
Environment, ethics and behaviour: The psychology of environmental valuation …, 1997
971997
The relationship between consumer ethnocentrism, cosmopolitanism and product country image among younger generation consumers: The moderating role of country development status
Z Jin, R Lynch, S Attia, B Chansarkar, T Gülsoy, P Lapoule, X Liu, ...
International Business Review 24 (3), 380-393, 2015
922015
Autonomy and effectiveness of equity international joint ventures (EIJVs): an analysis based on EIJVs in Hungary and Britain
W Newburry, Y Zeira
Journal of Management Studies 36 (2), 263-285, 1999
691999
Reputation and supportive behavior: Moderating impacts of foreignness, industry and local exposure
W Newburry
Corporate Reputation Review 12 (4), 388-405, 2010
662010
Factors affecting the effectiveness of equity international joint ventures (EIJVs) in Hungary
Y Zeira, W Newburry, O Yeheskel
MIR: Management International Review, 259-279, 1997
661997
Women's political leadership participation around the world: An institutional analysis
A Bullough, KG Kroeck, W Newburry, SK Kundu, KB Lowe
The Leadership Quarterly 23 (3), 398-411, 2012
642012
The impact of stakeholder power on corporate reputation: A cross-country corporate governance perspective
A Soleimani, WD Schneper, W Newburry
Organization Science 25 (4), 991-1008, 2014
592014
Waving the flag: The influence of country of origin on corporate reputation
W Newburry
Oxford handbook of corporate reputation, 240-259, 2012
582012
MNC interdependence and local embeddedness influences on perceptions of career benefits from global integration
W Newburry
Journal of International Business Studies 32 (3), 497-507, 2001
582001
Autonomy and effectiveness of equity international joint ventures (IJVs) in China
W Newburry, Y Zeira, O Yeheskel
International Business Review 12 (4), 395-419, 2003
532003
Firm internationalization, business group diversification and firm performance: The case of Latin American firms
A Borda, JMG Geleilate, W Newburry, SK Kundu
Journal of Business Research 72, 104-113, 2017
522017
Improving sustainability: An international evolutionary framework
D Chen, W Newburry, SH Park
Journal of International Management 15 (3), 317-327, 2009
492009
A cognitive map of the international business field
R Chandra, W Newburry
International Business Review 6 (4), 387-410, 1997
491997
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