Naveen Kumar Jain

Naveen Kumar Jain
Florida International University | FIU · Department of Management and International Business

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In this study, we examine drivers of internationalization speed of emerging market multinational enterprises who have been known to internationalize rapidly, even to culturally distant countries. Drawing on the organizational learning theory, we argue that, devoid of a pre-existing knowledge base before they begin their international expansion, the...
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This paper examines the dynamics of the offshore outsourcing (offshoring) of information technology (IT) service work. It considers this important emerging phenomenon from multiple lenses based on international business and strategic management theories. Research propositions are developed based on accepted grounded theories from the viewpoints of...
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Location decisions assume great significance for both managers and scholars as the choice of overseas location has the potential to either enhance or dissipate firms' profitability. The aim of the paper is to conduct a critical review of the research articles that have been published on the topic of location determinants since 1975. We analyzed 138...
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This study aims to find the multinationality and performance relationship for the largest Indian software companies. It further tests the moderating influence of internationalization motives (marketing- versus labor-seeking) and resources on this relationship. Results show an inverted U-shaped relationship between multinationality and performance f...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine the inter-firm variation in the opening of international global development centers (GDCs), in a high commitment entry mode, by Indian software firms as a function of their past performance, degree of internationalization, possession of a valuable resource in the form of CMMI Level 5 certification a...
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Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to develop a framework for leader-member exchange (LMX) in the context of global integration strategy of multinational corporations (MNC). Further, interaction effects of leader’s network centrality and leader’s alignment with MNC policies on leader-member exchange and resource accessibility relationship are pr...
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Purpose: Research on international experience notes its positive influence on subsequent international expansion by firms. We test this relationship in the context of the Indian software industry whose offerings, unlike many other services, are storable implying that delivery can be separated from production. Design/methodology/approach: We analyze...
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Knowledge transfer has emerged as an important criterion in organizations for achieving a sustainable competitive advantage. While research has examined contextual determinants of knowledge transfer, very little research has considered the role of individual differences. In the present study, we addressed this issue by testing the relationship betw...
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We study the efficiency-seeking location choices of Indian software firms. In particular, we investigate the influence of heterogeneity in their resources on their location choices. The resource-based view posits that firms face difficulties in transferring their resources in dissimilar host-country environments. Prior research has investigated thi...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop a framework for leader-member exchange (LMX) in the context of global integration strategy of multinational corporations (MNCs). Further, an interaction effect of leader's network centrality and leader's alignment with MNC policies on LMX and resource accessibility is proposed. Design/methodology/a...
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Purpose – Location choice made by emerging market multinationals (EMMs) constitutes an important yet somewhat neglected topic in business research. The purpose of this paper is to develop a research framework that elucidates the role of EMM‐specific resources and internationalization motivations on the location choice of EMMs. Design/methodology/a...
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Purpose The paper aims to understand which location determinants are relevant in a subsidiary location decision under the interaction influence of an emerging‐market firm's (EMF) resource and internationalization motives. Design/methodology/approach The paper prepares a typology of an EMF's resources which are different from those of a developed‐c...
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Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to develop a framework for leader-member exchange (LMX) in the context of global integration strategy of multinational corporations (MNC). Further, interaction effects of leader’s network centrality and leader’s alignment with MNC policies on leader-member exchange and resource accessibility relationship are pr...
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Abstract and Key Results • This conceptual paper examines the dynamics of the offshoring of information technology (IT) service work. It considers this important emerging phenomenon from multiple lenses, especially those of international business theories. • Research propositions are developed based on the perspectives of home country firms, ho...
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The extant literature had studied the determinants of the firms’ location decisions with help of host country characteristics and distances between home and host countries. Firm resources and its internationalization strategies had found limited attention in this literature. To address this gap, the research question in this dissertation was whethe...

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