European Business Schools Librarian's Group

Working Papers,
Copenhagen Business School, Department of International Economics and Management

1999 2000 2001 2002

No 13-1999: How Foreign Subsidiaries Develop into Integrated Competence Centres
Jens Gammelgaard

No 12-1999: Competence: A Dynamic Extension of the Existing Typology of Acquisition Motives
Jens Gammelgaard

No 11-1999: Advertising in Emerging Markets: Consumer Attitudes in Ukraine
Sunanda Sangwan and Natalia Golovkina

No 10-1999: R&D Investments, Information and Strategy
Lee Davis

No 9-1999: From Closed to Contestable Markets: Product Differentiation in Indian Durable Consumer Goods Industry
Amal Sanyal and Murali Patibandla

No 8-1999: Resource Commitment to Foreign Markets: Within Mode Changes and Mode Additions
Bent Petersen, Lawrence S. Welch and Kim V. Nielsen

No 7-1999: Internal Policy Reforms and Evolution of Market Structure in an Emerging Economy: The Case of India
Murali Patibandla

No 6-1999: Foreign Operation Mode Combinations and Internationalization
Bent Petersen and Lawrence S. Welch

No 5-1999: International Retailing Operations: Downstream Entry and Expansion via Franchising
Bent Petersen and Lawrence S. Welch

No 4-1999: The Internationalization Process of Danish Firms - gradual learning or discrete rational choices?
Torben Pedersen

No 3-1999: THE MNC AS A DIFFERENTIATED NETWORK: SUBSIDIARY TECHNOLOGY EMBEDDEDNESS AND PERFORMANCE
Ulf Andersson, Mats Forsgren and Torben Pedersen

No 2-1999: Foreign bank penetration of newly opened markets in the Nordic Countries
Lars Engwall, Rolf Marquardt, Torben Pedersen and Adrian E. Tschoegl

No 1-1999: Business Systems and Corporate Governance
Torben Pedersen and Steen Thomsen

1999 2000 2001 2002
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