His primary scientific interests are in Economic system, Emerging markets, International business, Multinational corporation and Market economy. His Economic system research includes elements of Face, Host country and Restructuring. His Emerging markets research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Institution and Institutional theory.
As part of one scientific family, Klaus E. Meyer deals mainly with the area of International business, narrowing it down to issues related to the Organizational culture, and often Transaction cost and International business research. His Multinational corporation research integrates issues from Discount points, Quality, Financial sector development and Free trade. His studies deal with areas such as Competitive advantage and Subsidiary as well as Industrial organization.
Klaus E. Meyer mostly deals with Emerging markets, International business, Economic system, Multinational corporation and Industrial organization. His Emerging markets study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Institutional theory, Empirical research, International economics and Market economy. His research investigates the connection between International business and topics such as Marketing that intersect with problems in International business strategy.
Klaus E. Meyer combines subjects such as Organizational culture and Process with his study of Economic system. His Subsidiary study in the realm of Multinational corporation connects with subjects such as Business transformation. His research integrates issues of Internationalization, Resource, Commerce and Restructuring in his study of Industrial organization.
Klaus E. Meyer focuses on Emerging markets, Market economy, Economic system, International business and Subsidiary. His research on Emerging markets often connects related areas such as Positive economics. His Market economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Internationalization and Normative.
His Economic system study combines topics in areas such as International business research and Empirical research. His International business research includes themes of Field, Conceptual framework and Host country. His work carried out in the field of Subsidiary brings together such families of science as Organizational field and State ownership.
His primary areas of investigation include Emerging markets, Institutional theory, Legitimacy, International business and Market economy. By researching both Emerging markets and Sample, Klaus E. Meyer produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His Institutional theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Marketing and Positive economics.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including State ownership, Competitive advantage, Subsidiary and Finance. His studies in International business integrate themes in fields like Institution, Economic geography and Organizational theory. The various areas that Klaus E. Meyer examines in his Market economy study include Internationalization, Civil society and Shareholder.
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Institutions, resources, and entry strategies in emerging economies
Klaus E. Meyer;Saul Estrin;Sumon Kumar Bhaumik;Mike W. Peng.
Strategic Management Journal (2009)
Institutions, Transaction Costs, and Entry Mode Choice in Eastern Europe
Klaus E. Meyer.
Journal of International Business Studies (2001)
Multinational Enterprises and Local Contexts: The Opportunities and Challenges of Multiple Embeddedness
Klaus E. Meyer;Ram Mudambi;Rajneesh Narula.
Journal of Management Studies (2011)
Probing theoretically into Central and Eastern Europe: transactions, resources, and institutions
Klaus E Meyer;Mike W Peng.
Journal of International Business Studies (2005)
Foreign investment location and institutional development in transition economies
Alan Bevan;Saul Estrin;Klaus Meyer.
International Business Review (2004)
Foreign Investment Strategies and Sub-national Institutions in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Vietnam*
Klaus E. Meyer;Hung Vo Nguyen.
Journal of Management Studies (2005)
When and where does foreign direct investment generate positive spillovers? A meta-analysis
Klaus E Meyer;Evis Sinani.
Journal of International Business Studies (2009)
Perspectives on multinational enterprises in emerging economies
Klaus E Meyer.
Journal of International Business Studies (2004)
Spillovers of technology transfer from FDI: the case of Estonia
Evis Sinani;Klaus E. Meyer.
Journal of Comparative Economics (2004)
Theoretical foundations of emerging economy business research
Klaus E Meyer;Mike W Peng.
Journal of International Business Studies (2016)
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