Diaspora Ownership and Technological Licensing by Emerging Market

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Resumé

The liability of origin makes participation in international technology licensing challenging for emerging market firms. We draw on signaling theory and argue that diaspora ownership—diasporan equity investment—constitutes a reliable signal of firm quality and trustworthiness which facilitates emerging market firms’ access to international technology licensing. We theorize further about how the efficacy of diaspora ownership as a credibility-enhancing mechanism varies with the firm’s subnational context characteristics. We test our argument on a matched sample of 588 Indian manufacturing firms operating between 2006 and 2015 and find general support for the predicted relationships.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato2019
Antal sider37
StatusUdgivet - 2019
BegivenhedDRUID19 Conference - Copenhagen Business School, Frederiksberg, Danmark
Varighed: 19 jun. 201921 jun. 2019
Konferencens nummer: 41
https://conference.druid.dk/Druid/?confId=59

Konference

KonferenceDRUID19 Conference
Nummer41
LokationCopenhagen Business School
LandDanmark
ByFrederiksberg
Periode19/06/201921/06/2019
Internetadresse

Emneord

  • Emerging market firms
  • International technology licensing
  • Diaspora ownership
  • Liability of origin
  • Signaling theory
  • Subnational environments

Citer dette

Gregoric, A., Rabbiosi, L., & Santangelo, G. D. (2019). Diaspora Ownership and Technological Licensing by Emerging Market. Afhandling præsenteret på DRUID19 Conference, Frederiksberg, Danmark.
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Diaspora Ownership and Technological Licensing by Emerging Market. / Gregoric, Aleksandra; Rabbiosi, Larissa; Santangelo, Grazia D.

2019. Afhandling præsenteret på DRUID19 Conference, Frederiksberg, Danmark.

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