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Corporate responsibility guaranteed by dialogue? Examining the relationship between nongovernmental organizations and business
(Turun yliopisto, 2012-02-17)
The main objective of this doctoral dissertation is to examine the relationship between non-governmental organizations and business in the context of academic discourse, corporate responsibility discourse, and stakeholder ...
The way to organizational longevity - Balancing stability and change in Shinise firms
(Turun yliopisto, 2015-09-25)
THE WAY TO ORGANIZATIONAL LONGEVITY – Balancing stability and change in Shinise firms The overall purpose of this dissertation is to investigate the secret of longevity in Shinise firms. On the basic assumption that ...
Dynamic capability of value net management in technology-based international SMEs
(Turun yliopisto, 2013-10-04)
Understanding collective international opportunity recognition : Studies on Finnish SMEs exploring maritime and offshore industry markets in Norway and Russia
(Turun yliopisto. Turun kauppakorkeakoulu, 2020-04-03)
This doctoral research was triggered by my interest in understanding why some Finnish maritime and offshore sector SMEs engage in a joint entry to new, challenging foreign markets, such as neighbouring Norway and Russia, ...
Evolution and control of unethical practices in sales : a study of institutionalized bribery in developing country markets
(Turun yliopisto. Turun kauppakorkeakoulu, 2019-11-29)
Bribery as an unethical sales practice is institutionalized in developing countries causing serious challenges for the smooth operations of multinational companies (MNCs). Therefore, their control is the primary concern ...
Value chain relocations as a source of competitive advantages among migrant-owned firms : A study of migrant ventures in Pakistan’s IT industry
(Turun yliopisto, 2021-01-22)
The principal aim of the present dissertation is to examine the value chain relocations of migrant-owned firms as a source of competitive advantages. The dissertation is founded on two fundamental assumptions. First, that ...