Workshop on International Management Issues and M&A(RIEBセミナー共催)
Workshop on International Management Issues and M&A (Jointly supported by: RIEB Seminar)

日時 2016年11月11日(金)午後2時00分から午後4時45分まで
会場 神戸大学経済経営研究所 調査室(兼松記念館1階)
対象 教員、院生、および同等の知識をお持ちの方
使用言語 英語
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報告者 中村 北斗リッカード
所属 ヨーテボリ大学経営学部
論題 Project Description: The role of HR practices in organizational harmonization processes at Japanese firms owned by foreign MNCs


報告者 Ramsin YAKOB
所属 ヨーテボリ大学経営学部
論題 Fostering Local Managerial Capacity in China: HRM, Matched-Pairs, and Collectivity of Practice
概要 Socialization as a powerful mean for successful knowledge transfer- and development within the MNC is well established. However, social interaction and the platform for knowledge flows provided by the MNCs internal network does not automatically result in knowledge transfer- and development. Our understanding of the organizing approach of MNCs when using socialization as a conduit of knowledge transfer- and development to emerging economy subsidiaries is still in its. AIMS are to; empirically and theoretically examine and discern underlying mechanisms of individual- and interpersonal-level micro-foundations of knowledge transfer and learning in the MNC. Explore forms of managerial capacity development through socialization/knowledge development in an emerging economy subsidiary of a MNC.


報告者 Pao-Lien CHEN
所属 国立清華大学科技管理学院科技管理研究所
論題 Acquiring for growth? The influence of managerial experience and ties on the likelihood of intra-industry acquisitions
概要 This paper examines how managers' industrial knowledge and ties affect a firm's likelihood of taking intra-industry acquisition. This paper proposes that a firm's intra-industry action depends on the perceived need for using acquisition to obtaining resources for growth and opportunity of finding appropriate targets by managers, and thereby managerial knowledge and external ties. Empirical findings from firms in the cell-phone service industry during 1983 to 1998 suggest that intra-industry knowledge of managers is negatively related to a firm's intra- industry acquisition. Further, different industrial ties of managers contribute differently to a firm's intra-industry acquisition. More importantly, a firm's is even more unlikely to take on intra-industry acquisition when its managers have both a high level of intra-industry knowledge and ties to competitors.