The influence of motivations on international location choice in least developed, emerging and developed countries: evidence from Chinese MNEs
emerging markets, least developed countries, escaping institutional constraints, FDI location, internationalization motives, technology seeking, brand asset seeking, market seeking, resource seeking, developed economies
This research aims to assess variations of motivations when studying international location decisions. In particular, this study aims to assess the influence of diverse motivations – seeking technology, seeking brand assets, seeking markets, seeking resources and escaping institutional constraints – as determinants of the international location choice of emerging market multinational enterprises (EM MNEs) entering least developed, emerging, and developed countries.
Angulo-Ruiz, F., Pergelova, A. and Wei, W.X. (2022), "The influence of motivations on international location choice in least developed, emerging and developed countries: evidence from Chinese MNEs", Chinese Management Studies, Vol. 16 No. 2, pp. 245-273. https://doi.org/10.1108/CMS-05-2020-0182
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