A qualitative meta-analysis of performance measures and factors affecting international joint venture performance

Margreet Francina Boersma, Pervez N. Ghauri

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Abstract

A great deal of research has been undertaken to identify the factors affecting the success, failure, performance and stability of international equity joint ventures (EJVs) (see, for example, Beamish and Killing, 1996 for a review). Most of these studies, however, are static in nature. Although some scholars advocate a more dynamic approach to EJV research (for example, Parkhe, 1993; Stafford, 1995), to date only limited work has been done in this direction (Ring and van de Ven, 1994; Madhok, 1995a; Spekman et al., 1996; Ariño and de la Torre, 1996).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Business Organization
Subtitle of host publicationSubsidiary Management, Entry Strategies and Emerging Markets
EditorsFred Burton, Malcolm Chapman, Adam Cross
Pages176-193
Volume2
ISBN (Electronic)978-0-230-37785-1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1999

Publication series

NameThe Academy of International Business
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan

Keywords

  • international business
  • joint ventures

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Boersma, M. F., & Ghauri , P. N. (1999). A qualitative meta-analysis of performance measures and factors affecting international joint venture performance. In F. Burton, M. Chapman, & A. Cross (Eds.), International Business Organization: Subsidiary Management, Entry Strategies and Emerging Markets (Vol. 2, pp. 176-193). (The Academy of International Business ). https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230377851_13
Boersma, Margreet Francina ; Ghauri , Pervez N. . / A qualitative meta-analysis of performance measures and factors affecting international joint venture performance. International Business Organization: Subsidiary Management, Entry Strategies and Emerging Markets. editor / Fred Burton ; Malcolm Chapman ; Adam Cross. Vol. 2 1999. pp. 176-193 (The Academy of International Business ).
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Boersma, MF & Ghauri , PN 1999, A qualitative meta-analysis of performance measures and factors affecting international joint venture performance. in F Burton, M Chapman & A Cross (eds), International Business Organization: Subsidiary Management, Entry Strategies and Emerging Markets. vol. 2, The Academy of International Business , pp. 176-193. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230377851_13

A qualitative meta-analysis of performance measures and factors affecting international joint venture performance. / Boersma, Margreet Francina; Ghauri , Pervez N. .

International Business Organization: Subsidiary Management, Entry Strategies and Emerging Markets. ed. / Fred Burton; Malcolm Chapman; Adam Cross. Vol. 2 1999. p. 176-193 (The Academy of International Business ).

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Boersma MF, Ghauri PN. A qualitative meta-analysis of performance measures and factors affecting international joint venture performance. In Burton F, Chapman M, Cross A, editors, International Business Organization: Subsidiary Management, Entry Strategies and Emerging Markets. Vol. 2. 1999. p. 176-193. (The Academy of International Business ). https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230377851_13