The Rise of Emerging Multinationals from Russia â€“ Models, Drivers and Internationalization Strategies
Codruta Dura () and
Imola DRIGÃƒ ()
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Codruta Dura: University of Petrosani, Romania
Imola DRIGÃƒ: University of Petrosani, Romania
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REVISTA DE MANAGEMENT COMPARAT INTERNATIONAL/REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE MANAGEMENT, 2013, vol. 14, issue 3, 387-399
The growing importance of Outward Foreign Investments (OFDI) from emerging markets has broken the traditional pattern of the advanced economies conducting FDI flows towards developing or low-income countries. The unprecedented expansion of multinational companies (MNCs) from so-called BRIC countries has received a great deal of attention in the international business literature during recent years. Our paper provides an insight into the universe of Russian multinationals, by taking stock of different perspectives on the issue as it stands in many recent working papers or articles published in the literature. We shall explore this perspectives by answering comprehensively questions like â€œWho are, When, Why and How are expanding nowadays multinationals from Russia?â€ These questions were carefully elaborated in order to enable us to go through the most important approaches that have been made on the issue in the past years.
Keywords: Russian multinationals (corporations); resource-based companies; modes of internationalization; drivers of internationalization; the eclectic paradigm (the OLI model); the linkage, leverage and learning model (the LLL model); the Uppsala model. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F20 F23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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