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Impact of top management team sociodemographic faultlines on speed of foreign direct investment expansion: An emerging market perspective
Chhabra A,
Published in Wiley
Volume: 28
Issue: 3
Pages: 209 - 215
In an emerging market context, the strength of sociodemographic faultlines of the top management team (TMT) might negatively impact the speed of firm's foreign direct investment (FDI) expansion. Building on upper echelon perspectives, the study proposes testable propositions on the role of sociodemographic faultlines (based on age, caste, and language) of the TMT on the speed of firm's FDI expansion. The role of decision‐making in TMT is crucial for embarking upon such strategic actions and analyzing those that are pertinent for the international business scholarship. Furthermore, we propose that the degree of inward foreign competition faced by the firms and the prior international experience of the TMT will moderate this relationship.
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JournalData powered by TypesetStrategic Change
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