His primary areas of study are Industrial organization, Transaction cost, Multinational corporation, Internalization theory and Equity. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Control, Resource-based view and Boundary. Jean-François Hennart works mostly in the field of Control, limiting it down to topics relating to Divestment and, in certain cases, Subsidiary.
His Transaction cost research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Incentive, Institutional theory, Management science and Hierarchy. Jean-François Hennart interconnects Investment, International trade, International business and Monetary economics in the investigation of issues within Multinational corporation. His Equity study combines topics in areas such as Complementary assets, Financial economics and Public good.
His primary scientific interests are in Industrial organization, Transaction cost, International business, Multinational corporation and International trade. His work is dedicated to discovering how Industrial organization, Price system are connected with Quality and other disciplines. The various areas that Jean-François Hennart examines in his Transaction cost study include Countertrade, Equity and Investment.
His International business research includes elements of Foreign direct investment, Corporate governance, Marketing, Business model and Organizational culture. His Foreign direct investment research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Productivity and International economics. His studies in Multinational corporation integrate themes in fields like Emerging markets and Monetary economics.
Jean-François Hennart mainly focuses on Transaction cost, International business, Industrial organization, Corporate governance and Equity. His study on Internalization theory is often connected to Consistency as part of broader study in Transaction cost. The concepts of his International business study are interwoven with issues in Affect, International economics, Marketing, Business model and Linguistic distance.
Jean-François Hennart has included themes like Multinational corporation, Foreign entry, Emerging markets and Hierarchy in his Industrial organization study. His research in Multinational corporation tackles topics such as Foreign direct investment which are related to areas like Special purpose entity and Control. His research investigates the link between Equity and topics such as Developing country that cross with problems in Host country, Standard Industrial Classification and Industry classification.
Jean-François Hennart mostly deals with International business, Industrial organization, Corporate governance, Transaction cost and Internationalization. His International business research integrates issues from Marketing, Political economy, Equity and Guanxi. His study in Industrial organization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Industrial relations, China and Scope.
His Corporate governance research focuses on Business model and how it connects with Service, Corporation, Internalization theory and Small and medium-sized enterprises. His Transaction cost study incorporates themes from Foreign direct investment, Control, Economic system, New institutional economics and Monopoly. The Internationalization study combines topics in areas such as Complementary assets, Subsidiary and Foreign entry.
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A transaction costs theory of equity joint ventures
A theory of multinational enterprise
The transaction costs theory of joint ventures: an empirical study of Japanese subsidiaries in the united states
Greenfield vs. Acquisition: The Strategy of Japanese Investors in the United States
Jean-François Hennart;Young-Ryeol Park.
Boundaries of the Firm: Insights From International Entry Mode Research
Keith D. Brouthers;Jean-François Hennart.
The choice between mergers/acquisitions and joint ventures : The case of Japanese investors in the United States
Jean-Francois Hennart;Sabine Reddy.
Explaining the swollen middle: Why most transactions are a mix of market and hierarchy
The Impact of Culture on the Strategy of Multinational Enterprises: Does National Origin Affect Ownership Decisions?
Jean-françois Hennart;Jorma Larimo.
Down with MNE-centric theories! Market entry and expansion as the bundling of MNE and local assets
The theoretical rationale for a multinationality - performance relationship
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