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- Informal social ties and relationship orientation in Korean business exchanges: A content analysis of ten inter-organizational research collaborations
Working Papers on East Asian Studies, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of East Asian Studies IN-EAST
- The relevance of inter-personal and inter-organizational ties for interaction quality and outcomes of research collaborations in South Korea
Working Papers on East Asian Studies, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of East Asian Studies IN-EAST View citations (1)
- Are Emerging Market Multinationals Milking Their Cross Border Acquisition Targets? A Study of Inbound Japanese and Korean M&As
Discussion Paper Series, Research Institute for Economics & Business Administration, Kobe University
- Does Korean-style management have a future?
Asian Business & Management, 2020, 19, (2), 147-170 View citations (1)
- The distinctiveness and diversity of entrepreneurial ecosystems in China, Japan, and South Korea: an exploratory analysis
Asian Business & Management, 2019, 18, (3), 211-247 View citations (2)
- The relevance of inter-personal ties and inter-organizational tie strength for outcomes of research collaborations in South Korea
Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2019, 36, (2), 373-393 View citations (1)
- Knowledge acquisition by university researchers through company collaborations: Evidence from South Korea
Science and Public Policy, 2017, 44, (2), 199-210 View citations (1)
- MNE subsidiary evolution from sales to innovation: Looking inside the black box
International Business Review, 2017, 26, (1), 145-155 View citations (3)
- The changing bases of mutual trust formation in inter-organizational relationships: A dyadic study of university-industry research collaborations
Journal of Business Research, 2017, 74, (C), 47-54 View citations (6)
- Building the supplier's trust: Role of institutional forces and buyer firm practices
International Journal of Production Economics, 2016, 180, (C), 25-37 View citations (8)
- Is there an East Asian model of MNC internationalization? A comparative analysis of Japanese and Korean firms
Asia Pacific Business Review, 2016, 22, (4), 567-594 View citations (2)
- What drives the export performance of small and medium-sized subcontracting firms? A study of Korean manufacturers
International Business Review, 2016, 25, (2), 511-521 View citations (7)
- Determinants of Internet standards adoption: The case of South Korea
Research Policy, 2011, 40, (2), 253-262 View citations (1)
- Trust formation in Korean new product alliances: How important are pre-existing social ties?
Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 2010, 27, (2), 299-319 View citations (8)
- An Inquiry into the Status and Nature of University-Industry Research Collaborations in Japan and Korea
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics, 2008, 49, (2), 163-180 View citations (5)
- Developing trust in vertical product development partnerships: A comparison of South Korea and Austria
Journal of World Business, 2008, 43, (1), 35-46 View citations (12)
- Innovation Management of Japanese and Korean Firms: A Comparative Analysis
Asia Pacific Business Review, 2008, 14, (3), 293-314 View citations (1)
- The influence of institutional factors on the technology acquisition performance of high-tech firms: survey results from Germany and Japan
Research Policy, 2004, 33, (6-7), 1019-1039 View citations (23)
- The Japanese employment system in transition
International Business Review, 2000, 9, (5), 525-553 View citations (3)
- 'Intermediate Organization' Revisited: A Framework for the Vertical Division of Labor in Manufacturing and the Case of the Japanese Assembly Industries
Industrial and Corporate Change, 1999, 8, (3), 487-517 View citations (7)
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