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|Título: ||Developing the ecletic paradigm as a model of global strategy: an application to the impact of the Sep. 11 terrorist attacks on MNE performance levels|
|Autor: ||Li, Sali|
Tallman, Stephen B.
Ferreira, Manuel Portugal
|Palavras-chave: ||Ecletic paradigm|
Global strategic management model
September 11th terrorist attacks
|Issue Date: ||2005|
|Citação: ||LI, Sali; TALLMAN, Stephen B.; FERREIRA, Manuel Portugal - Developing the ecletic paradigm as a model of global strategy: an application to the impact of the Sep. 11 terrorist attacks on MNE performance levels. Journal of International Management. N.º 11 (2005), p. 479-496.|
|Resumo: ||We expand the eclectic paradigm into a model of global strategic management and apply the latter to the
analysis of the impact of the Sep. 11th terrorist attacks on the MNEs’ performance to investigate the effect
of exogenous shocks on the global strategies of firms. First, we integrate MNE resources and capabilities,
strategy, and structure with the eclectic paradigm. Then we focus specifically on location attractiveness to
examine how MNEs adjust internal factors with the exogenous distortions caused by an extreme
environmental shock. We suggest that this adjustment is carried out at four levels: resources and
capabilities, strategy, structure, and choice of location which jointly determine MNEs’ performance.
Although we restrict the application of this model of global strategic management to the post-Sep. 11th, our
model may be applied to other extreme events that change, at least partly, the worldwide, or regional,
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