Laszlo Tihanyi focuses on Marketing, Affect, Outcome, Corporate governance and Sovereign wealth fund. When carried out as part of a general Marketing research project, his work on Diversification is frequently linked to work in International joint venture, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. The concepts of his Diversification study are interwoven with issues in Multinational corporation, Team composition and Top management.
The Affect study combines topics in areas such as Hedge fund and Shareholder. He combines subjects such as Organizational effectiveness, Diversification, Industrial organization and Accounting with his study of Internationalization.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Multinational corporation, Corporate governance, Marketing, Market economy and Industrial organization. His Multinational corporation study incorporates themes from Emerging markets, Internationalization, International trade and International business. His Corporate governance study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Affect.
His Marketing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Outcome, Hedge fund and Sovereign wealth fund. His work carried out in the field of Market economy brings together such families of science as Financial performance and Economic system. He interconnects Earnings and Strategic management in the investigation of issues within Industrial organization.
His main research concerns Market economy, Emerging markets, Industrial organization, Interlock and Management research. His Market economy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Financial performance and Shareholder. His work deals with themes such as Multinational corporation, Economic system and Scholarship, which intersect with Emerging markets.
His Industrial organization research focuses on subjects like Strategic management, which are linked to Affect. His study in the fields of Corporate governance under the domain of Finance overlaps with other disciplines such as Empirical research. His work in the fields of Corporate governance, such as Executive compensation, overlaps with other areas such as Perspective.
Market economy, Management research, Principal–agent problem, Tournament theory and Institutional investor are his primary areas of study. His work on State and Competition as part of general Market economy research is frequently linked to State capitalism and Topic areas, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Management research studies intersect with other subjects such as Engineering ethics, Environmental resource management, Sustainable development, Grand Challenges and Empirical research.
His Principal–agent problem study deals with the bigger picture of Corporate governance. His Tournament theory research incorporates themes from Equity, Executive compensation, Actuarial science, Labour economics and Investment. His Institutional investor study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Statistical dispersion.
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Managing tacit and explicit knowledge transfer in IJVs: the role of relational embeddedness and the impact on performance
Charles Dhanaraj;Marjorie A Lyles;H Kevin Steensma;Laszlo Tihanyi.
Journal of International Business Studies (2004)
The effect of cultural distance on entry mode choice, international diversification, and MNE performance: a meta-analysis
Laszlo Tihanyi;David A Griffith;Craig J Russell.
Journal of International Business Studies (2005)
You Say Illegal, I Say Legitimate: Entrepreneurship in the Informal Economy
Justin W. Webb;Laszlo Tihanyi;R. Duane Ireland;David G. Sirmon.
Academy of Management Review (2009)
Composition of the Top Management Team and Firm International Diversification
Laszlo Tihanyi;Alan E. Ellstrand;Catherine M. Daily;Dan R. Dalton.
Journal of Management (2000)
International Diversification: Antecedents, Outcomes, and Moderators:
Michael A. Hitt;Laszlo Tihanyi;Toyah Miller;Brian Connelly.
Journal of Management (2006)
Understanding and tackling societal grand challenges through management research
Gerard George;Jennifer Howard-Grenville;Aparna Joshi;Laszlo Tihanyi.
Academy of Management Journal (2016)
Institutional Ownership Differences and International Diversification: The Effects of Boards of Directors and Technological Opportunity
Laszlo Tihanyi;Richard A. Johnson;Robert E. Hoskisson;Michael A. Hitt.
Academy of Management Journal (2003)
Research on entrepreneurship in the informal economy: Framing a research agenda
Justin W. Webb;Garry D. Bruton;Laszlo Tihanyi;R. Duane Ireland.
Journal of Business Venturing (2013)
Ownership as a Form of Corporate Governance
Brian L. Connelly;Robert E. Hoskisson;Laszlo Tihanyi;Laszlo Tihanyi;Laszlo Tihanyi;Laszlo Tihanyi;Laszlo Tihanyi;Laszlo Tihanyi;S. Trevis Certo.
Journal of Management Studies (2010)
The Past, Present and Future of International Business and Management
Timothy Michael Devinney;Torben Pedersen;László Tihanyi.
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