Institution Building in Retreat: The Effects of Co-Devolution on MNE-Emerging Economy Relationships
This paper reveals that multinational-enterprise (MNE)/emerging economy-institutional co-devolution occurs at the macro-level via negative public-communications in the MNE's home and host-countries for individual-actors to cognitively 'take for granted' emerging economy-corruption, leading to MNE divestment and reduction in new MNE investment.
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Cross Cultural & Strategic Management
Funk, Charles and Treviño, Len J., "Institution Building in Retreat: The Effects of Co-Devolution on MNE-Emerging Economy Relationships" (2017). Management and Marketing Faculty Publications. 5.