L. Felipe Monteiro
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Knowledge flows within multinational corporations: Explaining subsidiary isolation and its performance implications
LF Monteiro, N Arvidsson, J Birkinshaw
Organization Science 19 (1), 90-107, 2008
4692008
The external knowledge sourcing process in multinational corporations
F Monteiro, J Birkinshaw
Strategic Management Journal 38 (2), 342-362, 2017
952017
Ready to be open? Explaining the firm level barriers to benefiting from openness to external knowledge
F Monteiro, M Mol, J Birkinshaw
Long Range Planning 50 (2), 282-295, 2017
752017
Selective attention and the initiation of the global knowledge-sourcing process in multinational corporations
LF Monteiro
Journal of International Business Studies 46 (5), 505-527, 2015
592015
Knowledge flows within multinational corporations: Why are some subsidiaries isolated?
LF Monteiro, N Arvidsson, J Birkinshaw
Academy of Management Proceedings 2004 (1), B1-B6, 2004
312004
EMBRAER: The global leader in regional jets
P Ghemawat, GA Herrero, LF Monteiro
Harvard Business School Case Services, 2000
252000
How does performance feedback affect boundary spanning in multinational corporations? Insights from technology scouts
T Klueter, F Monteiro
Journal of Management Studies 54 (4), 483-510, 2017
222017
Hub World W
DN Sull, S Ghoshal, F Monteiro
Business Strategy Review 37, 2005
182005
„& Birkinshaw, J.(2008). Knowledge flows within multinational corporations: explaining subsidiary isolation and its performance implications
LF Monteiro, N Arvidsson
Organization Science 19 (1), 90-107, 0
16
Connecting the dots: Uncovering the technology scouting process
LF Monteiro
Unpublished doctoral thesis, London Business School, London, 2008
112008
External knowledge sourcing: Uncovering the technology scouting process
F Monteiro
AIM Research, 2007
102007
External knowledge access versus internal knowledge protection: a necessary trade-off?
F Monteiro, MJ Mol, J Birkinshaw
Academy of Management Proceedings 2011 (1), 1-6, 2011
92011
Standard vs. partnership-embedded licensing: Attention and the relationship between licensing and product innovations
T Klueter, LF Monteiro, DR Dunlap
Research Policy 46 (9), 1629-1643, 2017
82017
Leviathan as an inventor: patenting intensity, originality, and impact of state-owned MNC firms
SG Lazzarini, LF Mesquita, F Monteiro, A Musacchio
Academy of Management Proceedings 2016 (1), 14956, 2016
62016
Ford Argentina: Transforming a Global Industry in a Local Market
LM Applegate, R Montealegre, L Berasategui, PR Etchard
62003
Knowledge Flows Within Multinational Corporations: Why are Some Subsiduaries Isolated?
JM Birkinshaw, F Monteiro, N Arvidsson
AIM Research, 2004
42004
E-commerce in Latin America
LM Applegate, LF Monteiro, M Collura
42001
Leviathan as an inventor: An extended agency model of state-owned versus private firm invention in emerging and developed economies
SG Lazzarini, LF Mesquita, F Monteiro, A Musacchio
Journal of International Business Studies, 1-35, 2020
32020
No strings attached: examining the relationship between loosely coupled research partnerships and innovative performance
T Klueter, LF Monteiro, D Dunlap
Working Paper, The Mack Center for Technological Innovation at The Wharton …, 2013
32013
INTRA-FIRM KNOWLEDGE FLOWS: EXPLAINING SUBSIDIARY ISOLATION AND ITS PERFORMANCE IMPLICATIONS.
LF MONTEIRO, N ARVIDSSON, J BIRKINSHAW
Academy of Management Proceedings 2007 (1), 1-6, 2007
32007
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