Foreign Markets Peer-Reviewed Research

Two Way Street

Two Way Street
What’s learned, and what’s lost, when foreign investors enter a market?
InvestingPeer-Reviewed Research

Happy Campers

To build long-term value, keep customers – and employees – satisfied.
InnovationPeer-Reviewed Research

Jet Lag

To innovate overseas, learn from foreign businesses at home.
AcquisitionsPeer-Reviewed Research

Sore Losers

Mergers less successful if after CEO loses award
Failing to win awards can drive CEOs to make risky decisions.
Emerging MarketsPeer-Reviewed Research

Road Warriors

Emerging Markets: Experience Abroad Can Help
In emerging markets, locals with experiences abroad can bring distinct advantages to business at home.
Acquisitions Peer-Reviewed Research

You Can’t Take It With You

What makes CEOs less aggressive?
Death of an independent director dampens acquisition fervor for CEOs left behind.
Global BusinessPeer-Reviewed Research

Good Fences, Good Neighbors

State-owned enterprises abroad have different location influences
State-owned enterprises need to closely analyze potential overseas investments.
Leadership SuccessionPeer-Reviewed Research

Sea Change

Female Leadership transitions can impact business performance
Company performance and a female CEO's job survival can suffer if her predecessor was male.