Organizer of Guest Lecture – International Entrepreneurship Value Creation Through Ambidexterity – A case of Pharmaceuticals firms from India

SOURCE: EVERNBRITE Description Guest Lecture Abstract: Since the study the Emerging Market Firms started in the early 1990s, the firms have shown new and amazing learning experiences for developed market firms in value creation. Our study found that EMFs especially high tech firms internationalization motive were technology seeking or efficiency seeking but progressively they moved to the high end of the value chain. Institutional environment in emerging markets act like an enabler for outward FDI in the context of country’s regulative void. The strategic intent of the top management team impacts the international expansion process. Intra and Inter-firm capabilities help in knowledge transfer in EMFs from host nation to home country, which in turn influences the...
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