Phillip Christopher Nell
Phillip Christopher Nell
WU Vienna; Institute for International Business
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Parenting advantage in the MNC: An embeddedness perspective on the value added by headquarters
PC Nell, B Ambos
Strategic Management Journal 34 (9), 1086-1103, 2013
1632013
The MNC as an externally embedded organization: An investigation of embeddedness overlap in local subsidiary networks
PC Nell, B Ambos, BB Schlegelmilch
Journal of World Business 46 (4), 497-505, 2011
1142011
MNC organizational form and subsidiary motivation problems: Controlling intervention hazards in the network MNC
K Foss, N Foss, PC Nell
Journal of International Management 18 (3), 247-259., 2012
1082012
Understanding agency problems in headquarters-subsidiary relationships in multinational corporations: A contextualized model
T Kostova, PC Nell, AK Hoenen
Journal of Management 44 (7), 2611-2637, 2018
992018
Conceptualizing and measuring distance in international business research: Recurring questions and best practice guidelines
S Beugelsdijk, B Ambos, PC Nell
Journal of International Business Studies, 1-25, 2018
972018
A national systems view of university entrepreneurialism: Inferences from comparison of the German and US experience
M Lehrer, P Nell, L Gärber
Research Policy 38 (2), 268-280, 2009
882009
Strictly limited choice or agency? Institutional duality, legitimacy, and subsidiaries’ political strategies
PC Nell, J Puck, S Heidenreich
Journal of World Business 50 (2), 302-311, 2015
832015
Regional management as a system
R Piekkari, PC Nell, PN Ghauri
Management International Review 50 (4), 513-532, 2010
812010
How do regional headquarters influence corporate decisions in networked MNCs?
V Mahnke, B Ambos, PC Nell, B Hobdari
Journal of International Management 18 (3), 293-301, 2012
782012
The complexity of the business network context and its effect on subsidiary relational (over-) embeddedness
PC Nell, U Andersson
International Business Review 21 (6), 1087-1098, 2012
722012
Balancing the trade-off between learning prospects and spillover risks: MNC subsidiaries’ vertical linkage patterns in developed countries
A Perri, U Andersson, PC Nell, GD Santangelo
Journal of World Business 48 (4), 503-514, 2013
612013
Reconceptualising Hierarchies: The Disaggregation and Dispersion of Headquarters in Multinational Corporations
PC Nell, P Kappen, T Laamanen
Journal of Management Studies, 2017
492017
The benefits of hierarchy?–Exploring the effects of regional headquarters in multinational corporations
PC Nell, B Ambos, BB Schlegelmilch
Dynamics of Globalization: Location-Specific Advantages or Liabilities of …, 2011
462011
MNE entrepreneurial capabilities at intermediate levels: the roles of external embeddedness and heterogeneous environments
AK Hoenen, PC Nell, B Ambos
Long Range Planning 47 (1-2), 76-86, 2014
442014
When do distance effects become empirically observable? An investigation in the context of headquarters value creation for subsidiaries
S Beugelsdijk, PC Nell, B Ambos
Journal of International Management, 2017
322017
The Dynamic Response Process to Conflicting Institutional Demands in MNC Subsidiaries: An Inductive Study in the Sub‐Saharan African E‐Commerce Sector
AE Holm, B Decreton, PC Nell, P Klopf
Global Strategy Journal 7 (1), 104-124, 2017
302017
Trojan horses or local allies: host-country national managers in developing market subsidiaries
J Muellner, P Klopf, PC Nell
Journal of International Management 23 (3), 306-325, 2017
252017
HEADQUARTERS INVOLVEMENT, SOCIALIZATION, AND ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIORS IN MNC SUBSIDIARIES
B Decreton, P Nell, D Stea
Long Range Planning, 2018
242018
Combining Stocks and Flows of Knowledge: The Effects of Intra-Functional and Cross-Functional Complementarity
TC Ambos, PC Nell, T Pedersen
Global Strategy Journal 3 (4), 283-299, 2013
222013
Leaving home: An institutional perspective on intermediary HQ relocations
A Valentino, J Schmitt, B Koch, PC Nell
Journal of World Business, 2018
192018
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