Liena Kano
Liena Kano
Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary
Verified email at haskayne.ucalgary.ca
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The transaction cost economics theory of the family firm: Family–based human asset specificity and the bifurcation bias
A Verbeke, L Kano
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 36 (6), 1183-1205, 2012
2802012
Adapting the Uppsala model to a modern world: Macro-context and microfoundations
N Coviello, L Kano, PW Liesch
Journal of International Business Studies 48 (9), 1151-1164, 2017
1902017
Global value chain governance: A relational perspective
L Kano
Journal of International Business Studies 49 (6), 684-705, 2018
1652018
Global value chains: A review of the multi-disciplinary literature
L Kano, EWK Tsang, HW Yeung
Journal of international business studies 51 (4), 577-622, 2020
1112020
An internalization theory perspective on the global and regional strategies of multinational enterprises
A Verbeke, L Kano
Journal of World Business 51 (1), 83-92, 2016
1062016
The new internalization theory and multinational enterprises from emerging economies: A business history perspective
A Verbeke, L Kano
Business History Review 89 (3), 415-445, 2015
1052015
Family firm internationalization: Heritage assets and the impact of bifurcation bias
L Kano, A Verbeke
Global Strategy Journal 8 (1), 158-183, 2018
812018
Transaction cost economics (TCE) and the family firm
A Verbeke, L Kano
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 34 (6), 1173-1182, 2010
812010
The three faces of bounded reliability: Alfred Chandler and the micro-foundations of management theory
L Kano, A Verbeke
California Management Review 58 (1), 97-122, 2015
772015
An internalization theory rationale for MNE regional strategy
A Verbeke, L Kano
Multinational Business Review, 2012
712012
The transaction cost economics (TCE) theory of trading favors
A Verbeke, L Kano
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 30 (2), 409-431, 2013
612013
Theories of the multinational firm: A microfoundational perspective
L Kano, A Verbeke
Global Strategy Journal 9 (1), 117-147, 2019
432019
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
392016
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
252020
Global value chains in the post-COVID world: Governance for reliability
L Kano, C Hoon Oh
Journal of Management Studies, 2020
242020
Corporate diplomacy and family firm longevity
L Ciravegna, L Kano, F Rattalino, A Verbeke
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 44 (1), 109-133, 2020
162020
The family as a platform for FSA development: Enriching new internalization theory with insights from family firm research
L Kano, L Ciravegna, F Rattalino
Journal of International Business Studies 52 (1), 148-160, 2021
142021
No new theory needed to study MNEs from emerging economies
A Verbeke, LL Kano
AIB Conference, Washington DC, June, 2012
52012
Family firm internationalization: Past research and an agenda for the future
JL Arregle, F Chirico, L Kano, SK Kundu, A Majocchi, WS Schulze
Journal of International Business Studies, 1-40, 2021
42021
The multinational head office as a joint value orchestrator: Managing the global factory
L Kano, A Verbeke, C Drake
The future of global organizing, 2015
32015
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