Philip Kappen
Philip Kappen
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The effects of spatial and contextual factors on headquarters resource allocation to MNE subsidiaries
H Dellestrand, P Kappen
Journal of International Business Studies 43 (3), 219-243, 2012
1252012
Quo vadis? The entry into new technologies in advanced foreign subsidiaries of the multinational enterprise
K Blomkvist, P Kappen, I Zander
Journal of International Business Studies 41 (9), 1525-1549, 2010
842010
Exploring the effects of vertical and lateral mechanisms in international knowledge transfer projects
F Ciabuschi, H Dellestrand, P Kappen
Management International Review 51 (2), 129-155, 2011
592011
Headquarters allocation of resources to innovation transfer projects within the multinational enterprise
H Dellestrand, P Kappen
Journal of International Management 17 (4), 263-277, 2011
572011
The good, the bad, and the ugly: Technology transfer competence, rent-seeking, and bargaining power
F Ciabuschi, H Dellestrand, P Kappen
Journal of World Business 47 (4), 664-674, 2012
482012
The ‘casino model’of internationalization: An alternative Uppsala paradigm
L Håkanson, P Kappen
Journal of International Business Studies 48 (9), 1103-1113, 2017
422017
Reconceptualising hierarchies: the disaggregation and dispersion of headquarters in multinational corporations
PC Nell, P Kappen, T Laamanen
Journal of Management Studies 54 (8), 1121-1143, 2017
332017
Competence-creating overlaps and subsidiary technological evolution in the multinational corporation
P Kappen
Research Policy 40 (5), 673-686, 2011
332011
Win, place, or show? How foreign investment strategies contribute to the technological growth of the multinational corporation
K Blomkvist, P Kappen, I Zander
Long range planning 47 (1-2), 16-31, 2014
232014
Technological evolution in foreign subsidiaries: Among average Joes, superstars and the new kids on the block
P Kappen
182009
Superstar inventors—Towards a people-centric perspective on the geography of technological renewal in the multinational corporation
K Blomkvist, P Kappen, I Zander
Research Policy 43 (4), 669-682, 2014
172014
Live and let die: A survival analysis of foreign R&D units in Swedish MNEs
L Håkanson, P Kappen
International Business Review 25 (6), 1185-1196, 2016
152016
Beyond simple configurations: the dual involvement of divisional and corporate headquarters in subsidiary innovation activities in multibusiness firms
B Decreton, H Dellestrand, P Kappen, PC Nell
Management International Review 57 (6), 855-878, 2017
142017
Superstar subsidiaries of the multinational corporation: in search of origins and drivers
K Blomkvist, P Kappen, I Zander
Innovation and growth: from R&D strategies of innovating firms to economy …, 2012
122012
Gone are the creatures of yesteryear? On the diffusion of technological capabilities in the ‘modern’MNC
K Blomkvist, P Kappen, I Zander
Journal of World Business 52 (1), 1-16, 2017
112017
Who is in and who is out? Integration of technological knowledge in the multinational corporation
K Blomkvist, P Kappen, I Zander
Industrial and Corporate Change 28 (3), 437-457, 2019
52019
Headquarters’ potential value-adding by cherry-picking sub-unit technology development projects
U Andersson, P Kappen
Managing the contemporary multinational: The role of headquarters, 160Ā181, 2010
52010
On the Emergence and Diffusion of Technological Capabilities and the Theory of the MNC
K Blomkvist, P Kappen, I Zander
Management international/International Management/Gestiōn Internacional 19 …, 2015
42015
Dual headquarters involvement in subsidiary innovation
H Dellestrand, P Kappen, PC Nell
Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the Academy of International …, 2014
12014
Subsidiary transfer competence and rent-seeking behavior
F Ciabuschi, H Dellestrand, P Kappen
The 52nd Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, 2010
12010
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