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Cultural industries in international business research: Progress and prospect

Stephanie Lu Wang (), Qian Gu (), Mary Ann Glinow () and Paul Hirsch ()
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Stephanie Lu Wang: Indiana University
Qian Gu: Georgia State University
Mary Ann Glinow: Florida International University
Paul Hirsch: Northwestern University

Journal of International Business Studies, 2020, vol. 51, issue 4, No 7, 665-692

Abstract: Abstract Cultural industries – systems of organizations that produce and distribute cultural goods with substantive symbolic, aesthetic, or artistic value – represent an important, exciting, and complex context that receives growing scholarly attention. As the first review of management research on cultural industries, this paper aims to provide a systematic synthesis of current research, summarizing distinctive characteristics of cultural industries and highlighting research gaps. We also illustrate how the unique nature, dynamics, and evolution of cultural industries provide opportunities to broaden international business theories in four research themes (i.e., internationalization strategy, cross-border innovation, social inclusion in the global economy, and emerging market research).

Keywords: cultural industries; internationalization; innovation; social inclusion; emerging markets (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2020
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