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Intermediation dilemmas in facilitated industrial symbiosis
Industrial symbiosis (IS) is a key paradigm for achieving circular economy among industrial firms. Achieving new IS projects often requires outside facilitation, and intermediaries can help solidify and expand existing IS ...
Sources of value co-destruction : Uber customer perspectives
Purpose – This study aims to explore the antecedents that generate value co-destruction, the negative outcomes resulting from interactive value formation, in the sharing economy context, particularly taxi services. The ...
Monitoring and mentoring strategies for diffusing sustainability in supply networks
Purpose - This paper aims to investigate the impact of monitoring and mentoring strategies on sustainability diffusion within supply networks through focal companies and how suppliers engage in implementing these ...
Innovation and experiential knowledge in firm exports : applying the initial U-Model
Focusing on firm export activity as an important field within international business, this study corroborates the importance of experiential knowledge as the initial Uppsala model predicts. The model builds on the belief ...
Risk and social value creation in volatile BOP markets : a case study from Somalia
The current chapter addresses the operations of an emerging market (EM) origin firm in a Base of the Pyramid (BOP) market. We focus on the under-researched empirical context of Somalia using a single case study of a Turkish ...
Understanding cross‐border mergers and acquisitions of African firms : the role of dynamic capabilities in enabling competitiveness amidst contextual constraints
This article builds on existing international business literature that examines the drivers of cross‐border mergers and acquisitions (M&As) within emerging and developing economy contexts, theoretically exploring how dynamic ...