Preet S. Aulakh
Preet S. Aulakh
Professor and Pierre Lassonde Chair in International Business, York University
Verified email at schulich.yorku.ca
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Trust and performance in cross-border marketing partnerships: A behavioral approach
PS Aulakh, M Kotabe, A Sahay
Journal of international business studies 27 (5), 1005-1032, 1996
11771996
Export strategies and performance of firms from emerging economies: Evidence from Brazil, Chile, and Mexico
PS Aulakh, M Kotabe, H Teegen
Academy of management Journal 43 (3), 342-361, 2000
9732000
Multinationality and firm performance: The moderating role of R&D and marketing capabilities
M Kotabe, SS Srinivasan, PS Aulakh
Journal of international business studies 33 (1), 79-97, 2002
8532002
The influence of complementarity, compatibility, and relationship capital on alliance performance
MB Sarkar, R Echambadi, ST Cavusgil, PS Aulakh
Journal of the academy of marketing science 29 (4), 358-373, 2001
8122001
Do international acquisitions by emerging-economy firms create shareholder value? The case of Indian firms
SR Gubbi, PS Aulakh, S Ray, MB Sarkar, R Chittoor
Journal of International Business Studies 41 (3), 397-418, 2010
5502010
Antecedents and performance implications of channel integration in foreign markets
PS Aulakh, M Kotabe
Journal of International Business Studies 28 (1), 145-175, 1997
5041997
International principal–agent relationships: Control, governance and performance
PS Aulakh, EF Gencturk
Industrial Marketing Management 29 (6), 521-538, 2000
3572000
Emerging multinationals from developing economies: Motivations, paths and performance
PS Aulakh
Journal of international management 3 (13), 235-240, 2007
3242007
Third-world copycats to emerging multinationals: Institutional changes and organizational transformation in the Indian pharmaceutical industry
R Chittoor, MB Sarkar, S Ray, PS Aulakh
Organization Science 20 (1), 187-205, 2009
2642009
Process capabilities and value generation in alliance portfolios
MB Sarkar, PS Aulakh, A Madhok
Organization Science 20 (3), 583-600, 2009
2482009
An assessment of theoretical and methodological development in international marketing: 1980-1990
PS Aulakh, M Kotabe
Journal of International Marketing 1 (2), 5-28, 1993
2481993
International expansion of telecommunication carriers: The influence of market structure, network characteristics, and entry imperfections
MB Sarkar, ST Cavusgil, PS Aulakh
Journal of International Business Studies 30 (2), 361-381, 1999
2001999
Emerging role of technology licensing in the development of global product strategy: Conceptual framework and research propositions
M Kotabe, A Sahay, PS Aulakh
Journal of Marketing 60 (1), 73-88, 1996
1671996
The use of process and output controls in foreign markets
EF Gencturk, PS Aulakh
Journal of International Business Studies 26 (4), 755-786, 1995
1641995
Do country-level institutional frameworks and interfirm governance arrangements substitute or complement in international business relationships?
M Abdi, PS Aulakh
Journal of International Business Studies 43 (5), 477-497, 2012
1472012
Norms-and control-based governance of international manufacturer–distributor relational exchanges
EF Gençtürk, PS Aulakh
Journal of International Marketing 15 (1), 92-126, 2007
1302007
The strategic role of relational bonding in interorganizational collaborations: An empirical study of the global construction industry
MB Sarkar, PS Aulakh, ST Cavusgil
Journal of international management 4 (2), 85-107, 1998
1251998
Institutional changes and organizational transformation in developing economies
PS Aulakh, M Kotabe
Journal of International Management 14 (3), 209-216, 2008
1112008
Strategic responses to institutional changes:‘Indigenous growth’model of the Indian pharmaceutical industry
R Chittoor, S Ray, PS Aulakh, MB Sarkar
Journal of International Management 14 (3), 252-269, 2008
902008
Compensation in international licensing agreements
PS Aulakh, ST Cavusgil, MB Sarkar
Journal of International Business Studies 29 (2), 409-419, 1998
831998
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