Theories of Cross-Border Linkages

A Theoretical Exploration of the Concept of Linkages in the Borderland between International Business and Development Studies

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationTransnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries : Linkages and Upgrading
    EditorsMichael W. Hansen, Henrik Schaumburg-Müller
    Place of PublicationCopenhagen
    PublisherCopenhagen Business School Press
    Publication date2006
    Pages29-57
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

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    Hansen, M. W., & Kuada, J. (2006). Theories of Cross-Border Linkages: A Theoretical Exploration of the Concept of Linkages in the Borderland between International Business and Development Studies. In M. W. Hansen, & H. Schaumburg-Müller (Eds.), Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading (pp. 29-57). Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press.
    Hansen, Michael Wendelboe ; Kuada, John. / Theories of Cross-Border Linkages : A Theoretical Exploration of the Concept of Linkages in the Borderland between International Business and Development Studies. Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading. editor / Michael W. Hansen ; Henrik Schaumburg-Müller. Copenhagen : Copenhagen Business School Press, 2006. pp. 29-57
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    Hansen, MW & Kuada, J 2006, Theories of Cross-Border Linkages: A Theoretical Exploration of the Concept of Linkages in the Borderland between International Business and Development Studies. in MW Hansen & H Schaumburg-Müller (eds), Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading. Copenhagen Business School Press, Copenhagen, pp. 29-57.

    Theories of Cross-Border Linkages : A Theoretical Exploration of the Concept of Linkages in the Borderland between International Business and Development Studies. / Hansen, Michael Wendelboe; Kuada, John.

    Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading. ed. / Michael W. Hansen; Henrik Schaumburg-Müller. Copenhagen : Copenhagen Business School Press, 2006. p. 29-57.

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    Hansen MW, Kuada J. Theories of Cross-Border Linkages: A Theoretical Exploration of the Concept of Linkages in the Borderland between International Business and Development Studies. In Hansen MW, Schaumburg-Müller H, editors, Transnational Corporations and Local Firms in Developing Countries: Linkages and Upgrading. Copenhagen: Copenhagen Business School Press. 2006. p. 29-57