Vittoria G. Scalera
Vittoria G. Scalera
Assistant Professor of International Management, University of Amsterdam
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Multinational enterprises from emerging economies: what theories suggest, what evidence shows. A literature review
A Amighini, C Cozza, E Giuliani, R Rabellotti, VG Scalera
Journal of Industrial and Business Economics - Economia e Politica …, 2015
33*2015
A longitudinal study of MNE innovation: the case of Goodyear
VG Scalera, D Mukherjee, A Perri, R Mudambi
Multinational Business Review, 2014
272014
Is Green the New Gold? Venture Capital and Green Entrepreneurship
B Mrkajic, S Murtinu, VG Scalera
Small Business Economics, 2017
232017
What are the most promising conduits for foreign knowledge inflows? Innovation networks in the Chinese pharmaceutical industry
A Perri, VG Scalera, R Mudambi
Industrial and Corporate Change 26 (2), 333-355, 2017
232017
Global connectivity and the evolution of industrial clusters: From tires to polymers in Northeast Ohio
R Mudambi, SM Mudambi, D Mukherjee, VG Scalera
Industrial Marketing Management 61, 20-29, 2017
232017
Investigating the Influence of Technology Inflows on Technology Outflows in Open Innovation Processes: A Longitudinal Analysis
U Sikimic, V Chiesa, F Frattini, VG Scalera
Journal of Product Innovation Management 33 (6), 652–669, 2016
232016
Chinese and Indian M&As in Europe. The relationship between motive and ownership choice
L Piscitello, R Rabellotti, VG Scalera
The Routledge Companion to Mergers and Acquisitions, 114-129, 2015
222015
Knowledge connectedness within and across home country borders: Spatial heterogeneity and the technological scope of firm innovations
VG Scalera, A Perri, TJ Hannigan
Journal of International Business Studies, 1-20, 2017
212017
Sovereign Wealth Funds’ Internationalization Strategies: The Use of Investment Vehicles
S Murtinu, VG Scalera
Journal of International Management 22 (3), 249-264, 2016
182016
Ownership strategies in knowledge-intensive cross-border acquisitions: Comparing Chinese and Indian MNEs
VG Scalera, D Mukherjee, L Piscitello
Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 1-31, 2018
132018
Managing Innovation in Emerging Economies: Organizational Arrangements and Resources of Foreign MNEs in the Chinese Pharmaceutical Industry
VG Scalera, A Perri, R Mudambi
Advances in International Management 28, 201-233, 2015
82015
Risks and governance modes in offshoring decisions: linking supply chain management and international business perspectives
AS Patrucco, VG Scalera, D Luzzini
Supply Chain Forum: an International Journal 17 (3), 170-182, 2016
62016
The spectacular rise of the Indian pharmaceutical industry
K Brandl, R Mudambi, VG Scalera
Entrepreneur & Innovation Exchange, 2015
62015
R&D subsidies as dual signals in technological collaborations
M Bianchi, S Murtinu, VG Scalera
Research Policy 48 (9), 103821, 2019
42019
Sourcing Technological Knowledge Through Foreign Inward Licensing to Boost the Performance of Indian Firms: The Contingent Effects of Internal R&D and Business Group Affiliation
S Elia, S Munjal, VG Scalera
Management International Review, 1-27, 2020
1*2020
Connectivity and the Location of MNEs Across the Value Chain. Evidence from US Metropolitan Areas
D Castellani, K Lavoratori, A Perri, VG Scalera
Academy of Management Proceedings 2019 (1), 12098, 2019
12019
Global city locations and the geographical reach of knowledge networks
A Perri, VG Scalera
University West, Department of Economics and IT, 2016
12016
Innovation in US metropolitan areas
K Brandl, MC Kollmann, H Cha, I Darendeli, TJ Hannigan, A Lee, S Kim, ...
Innovation, Alliances, and Networks in High-Tech Environments 66, 51, 2015
12015
Sovereign Wealth Fund Investments and Stock Prices: The Effect of Target Industry and Location
S Murtinu, VG Scalera
Rivista Internazionale di Scienze Sociali 4, 447 - 462, 2015
12015
Ties that bind: Ethnic inventors in multinational enterprises’ knowledge integration and exploitation
A Marino, R Mudambi, A Perri, VG Scalera
Research Policy, 103956, 2020
2020
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