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Global Cities and Emerging Market Multinationals

Global Cities and Emerging Market Multinationals

Profs Evodio Kaltenecker and Miguel Montoya investigated the internationalization choices of Emerging Market Multinationals (EMNE) into Global Cities (GC). We concluded that EMNEs from different sectors use the GC in different ways. Moreover, the country of origin of EMNE affects the selection of global cities, and there are preferential entry and ownership modes. Keywords: global […]

MBA Internationalization at Selected Elite Business Schools: Challenges of Geographic Dispersion and Coordination

MBA Internationalization at Selected Elite Business Schools: Challenges of Geographic Dispersion and Coordination

Introduction A remarkable characteristic of business schools’ evolution is their complexity and global reach, which lead to differences in configurations and modes of governance. Some business schools own a single campus responsible for all activities related to research and teaching. At the same time, other programs pursue multi-site configuration. Different units perform specific tasks, while […]

Are innovation and internationalization intertwined? The impact of country of origin and the types of programs in elite business schools

Are innovation and internationalization intertwined? The impact of country of origin and the types of programs in elite business schools

Introduction Innovation and internationalization are relevant themes that must purportedly be considered by the business schools and the underlying programs when training global managers. However, there is a lack of scholarly articles that analyze the mutual influence of the varying levels of internationalization and the innovation status of business schools. Henceforth, to fill the identified […]

The evolution and internationalization of business schools

The evolution and internationalization of business schools

The evolution of business schools Business schools, the ubiquitous institutions that deliver several types of programs in management, such as the MBA, the Executive MBA, the Executive Education, and the Executive Education Open enrollments, present an interesting evolutionary path. Three distinct periods in the evolution of programs of management education. The first phase occurred before […]

An assessment of global affairs: USA, China, Brazil and Mexico

An assessment of global affairs: USA, China, Brazil and Mexico

Information is the lifeblood of the 21st-century economy. The increasing generation, processing, and exchange of data on a global scale constitute one of the characteristic features of what I call Globalization 2.0, which is a different version of the previous phase of globalization, based on the flux of people and goods. Another key difference is […]

How should companies emerge in a post-COVID World?

How should companies emerge in a post-COVID World?

The impact of COVID-19 pandemic in enterprises is a current topic in the business world. The extension of the changes will depend on how fast scientists develop a new vaccine or a new drug. However, to understand the influence of the pandemic in companies, specialists in management usually use the experiences from the 1918-1920 influenza. […]

Digital Platforms – The Evolution of the Retail Segment

Digital Platforms – The Evolution of the Retail Segment

Now and then we come across discussions about new business models that emerge as a result of the digital transformation (or revolution), supported by the use of technologies that deal with massive amounts of data (artificial intelligence and machine learning), communications (5G), cryptography (blockchain), and the Internet of Things (IoT), which open up possibilities for […]

The Geopolitical Factors of the Belt and Road Initiative in Latin America: The cases of Brazil and Mexico

The Geopolitical Factors of the Belt and Road Initiative in Latin America: The cases of Brazil and Mexico

Professors Miguel Montoya, Daniel Lemus, and Evodio Kaltenecker, all from the Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey, wrote an article (link here) which analyzes how geopolitical factors impact the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in Latin America, in the context of the growing influence of China in the region. Specifically, these authors explain how Brazil and Mexico, […]

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