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Wenlong Yuan
Wenlong Yuan
Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba
Verified email at umanitoba.ca
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Re‐conceptualizing Bartlett and Ghoshal's classification of national subsidiary roles in the multinational enterprise
A Rugman, A Verbeke, W Yuan
Journal of Management studies 48 (2), 253-277, 2011
4342011
Integrating CSR initiatives in business: An organizing framework
W Yuan, Y Bao, A Verbeke
Journal of Business Ethics 101, 75-92, 2011
3082011
A note on strategic renewal and corporate venturing in the subsidiaries of multinational enterprises
A Verbeke, JJ Chrisman, W Yuan
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 31 (4), 585-600, 2007
1472007
The Drivers of Multinational Enterprise Subsidiary Entrepreneurship in C hina: A New Resource‐Based View Perspective
A Verbeke, W Yuan
Journal of Management Studies 50 (2), 236-258, 2013
962013
A few implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for international business strategy research
A Verbeke, W Yuan
Journal of Management Studies 58 (2), 597-601, 2021
862021
Subsidiary autonomous activities in multinational enterprises: A transaction cost perspective
A Verbeke, W Yuan
MIR: Management International Review, 31-52, 2005
672005
Inside the regional multinationals: A new value chain perspective on subsidiary capabilities
A Verbeke, L Kano, W Yuan
International Business Review 25 (3), 785-793, 2016
632016
Entrepreneurship in multinational enterprises: A Penrosean perspective
A Verbeke, W Yuan
MIR: Management International Review, 241-258, 2007
592007
A values-based analysis of bifurcation bias and its impact on family firm internationalization
A Verbeke, W Yuan, L Kano
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 37 (2), 449-477, 2020
512020
A strategic management analysis of ownership advantages in the eclectic paradigm
A Verbeke, W Yuan
Multinational Business Review 18 (2), 89-108, 2010
482010
Examining the generalizability of research findings from archival data
A Delios, EG Clemente, T Wu, H Tan, Y Wang, M Gordon, D Viganola, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (30), e2120377119, 2022
372022
CEOs’ ambivalent interpretations, organizational market capabilities, and corporate entrepreneurship as responses to strategic issues
W Yuan, Y Bao, BJ Olson
Journal of World Business 52 (2), 312-326, 2017
362017
Environmental management under subnational institutional constraints
S Ding, C Jia, Z Wu, W Yuan
Journal of business ethics 134, 631-648, 2016
312016
Defensive and expansion responses to environmental shocks in China: Interpreting the 2008 economic crisis
Y Bao, B Olson, W Yuan
Thunderbird International Business Review 53 (2), 225-245, 2011
292011
When project commitment leads to learning from failure: The roles of perceived shame and personal control
W Wang, B Wang, K Yang, C Yang, W Yuan, S Song
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 86, 2018
282018
CEO Transformational Leadership and Corporate Entrepreneurship in China
Y Pan, A Verbeke, W Yuan
Management and Organization Review, 1-32, 2021
242021
The tyranny of the head office? Revisiting corporate headquarters’(CHQs) role in MNE subsidiary initiatives
A Verbeke, W Yuan
Journal of Organization Design 9, 1-11, 2020
242020
The impact of “distance” on multinational enterprise subsidiary capabilities: A value chain perspective
A Verbeke, W Yuan
Multinational Business Review 24 (2), 168-190, 2016
232016
Limited attention by lenders and small business debt financing: Advertising as attention grabber
S Ding, C Jia, Z Wu, W Yuan
International Review of Financial Analysis 49, 69-82, 2017
222017
When error learning orientation leads to learning from project failure: The moderating role of fear of face loss
W Wang, C Yang, B Wang, X Chen, B Wang, W Yuan
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1317, 2019
212019
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