1979 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
Economy, Business history, Economic history, Globalization and Market economy are his primary areas of study. Geoffrey Jones has included themes like Beauty, Entrepreneurship, International business and Foreign direct investment in his Economy study. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Foreign direct investment, Emerging markets is strongly linked to Rhetoric.
His work deals with themes such as Marketing, Industrial organization and Political history, which intersect with Business history. His Economic history study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Political economy, Multinational corporation, Multinational banking, History of ideas and Competitive advantage. His work focuses on many connections between Globalization and other disciplines, such as Capitalism, that overlap with his field of interest in Public policy and International trade.
His primary areas of study are Business history, Economy, Entrepreneurship, Globalization and Multinational corporation. The concepts of his Business history study are interwoven with issues in Emerging markets, Political economy and Market economy. His Economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Capitalism and Politics.
His Economic growth research extends to Entrepreneurship, which is thematically connected. His Globalization study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Beauty. The Multinational corporation study combines topics in areas such as Economic system, International trade, International business and Foreign direct investment.
His primary areas of investigation include Emerging markets, Market economy, Business history, Entrepreneurship and Corruption. Geoffrey Jones combines subjects such as Political risk, Oral history and Commerce with his study of Emerging markets. In Business history, Geoffrey Jones works on issues like Latin Americans, which are connected to Multinational corporation.
His research integrates issues of Business administration, Management, Corporate governance and Capitalism in his study of Entrepreneurship. As a member of one scientific family, Geoffrey Jones mostly works in the field of Political economy, focusing on Globalization and, on occasion, International business. The concepts of his International business study are interwoven with issues in Positive economics and International trade.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Business history, Entrepreneurship, Emerging markets, Oral history and Latin Americans. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Business history and Strategy research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Social responsibility, Corporate governance and Business ethics in addition to Entrepreneurship.
Geoffrey Jones usually deals with Corporate governance and limits it to topics linked to Internalization theory and International business. His work carried out in the field of International business brings together such families of science as Positive economics and Globalization. His Emerging markets research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Corporate social responsibility, Reputation, Corruption and Market economy.
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Culture specific and cross-culturally generalizable implicit leadership theories: Are attributes of charismatic/transformational leadership universally endorsed?
Deanne N. Den Hartog;Robert J. House;Paul J. Hanges;S. Antonio Ruiz-Quintanilla.
Multinationals and Global Capitalism: From the Nineteenth to the Twenty First Century
Research Papers in Economics (2004)
Bringing history (back) into international business
Geoffrey Jones;Tarun Khanna.
Journal of International Business Studies (2006)
The Evolution of International Business: An Introduction
British Multinational Banking, 1830-1990
OUP Catalogue (1995)
Beauty Imagined: A History of the Global Beauty Industry
National Culture and Leadership Profiles in Europe: Some Results From the GLOBE Study
Paul L. Koopman;Deanne N. Den Hartog;Edvard Konrad;S. Akerblom.
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology (1999)
The Oxford Handbook of Business History
Geoffrey Jones;Jonathan Zeitlin.
Merchants to multinationals : British trading companies in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
OUP Catalogue (2000)
Overcoming Institutional Voids: A Reputation-Based View of Long Run Survival
Cheng Gao;Tiona Zuzul;Geoffrey G. Jones;Tarun Khanna.
Strategic Management Journal (2017)
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