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  • Publikation
    Demerged Multinational Enterprises: A Study of Post-Demerger International Strategies
    (Inderscience, 2020) Merkestein, Wouter; Lindeque, Johan Paul [in: European Journal of International Management]
    Demerged Multinational Enterprises (DMNEs) that emerge with an independent corporate status after a demerger from a parent multinational enterprise (MNE) are unique firms with a great variety of post-demerger strengths, weaknesses and international strategic responses. This paper adopts a firm-level internalisation theory approach to MNE strategy to empirically explore the characteristics and post-demerger strategies of four focal case DMNEs. Five years of post-demerger data from annual accounts, newspaper articles and databases were analysed. Analysis of the strategic responses of the four DMNEs has allowed a typology that distinguishes four DMNE types to be proposed. This typology explains the international strategies of DMNEs by the degree of post-demerger strategic dynamism that is possible and the need to address the quality of the firm specific advantages endowed to the DMNE in the demerger.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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    Proximity and multinational enterprise co-location in clusters: a multiple case study of Dutch science parks
    (Taylor & Francis, 2018) le Duc, Niels; Lindeque, Johan Paul [in: Industry and Innovation]
    This paper explores the role of proximity in strategic asset-seeking multinational enterprises’ (MNE) co-location in subnational knowledge/innovation intensive clusters. MNE co-location in three Dutch science parks is examined in terms of the perceived importance of geographic, cognitive, social, organisational and institutional proximity dimensions. While all five proximity dimensions are found to play a role, organisational proximity emerged as the most important factor influencing MNE co-location in the Dutch science parks. This paper argues, in contrast to expectations for a high degree of relatedness and reinforcing effects between the five proximities, that an ‘optimal’ proximity constellation of low organisational proximity together with high social and cognitive proximity fosters MNE co-location in knowledge intensive clusters, such as science parks.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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    An Emergent Quadruple Helix in Swiss Energy Sector?
    (2017) Gürtler, Stefan; Barjak, Franz; Lindeque, Johan Paul; Tynnhammar, Marcus [in: XXVIII ISPIM Innovation Conference, Vienna]
    04 - Beitrag Sammelband oder Konferenzschrift
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    Emerging energy geographies: Scaling and spatial divergence in European electricity generation capacity
    (SAGE, 2017) Dahlmann, Frederik; Kolk, Ans; Lindeque, Johan Paul [in: European Urban and Regional Studies]
    This paper presents an evaluation of the impact of the related EU internal energy market and renewable energy policies by exploring the (sustainable) energy transition in the EUropean electricity sector and drawing on the emerging literatures on energy geographies.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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    Regionalization Strategies of European Union Electric Utilities
    (Wiley, 2014) Kolk, Ans; Lindeque, Johan Paul; van den Buuse, Daniel [in: British Journal of Management]
    As part of the debate about globalization and regionalization, this paper adds a perspective that has so far remained underexposed, that of (formerly state-owned) firms in (previously) regulated industries, in order to better understand the (changing) role of the home country/region in internationalization processes in the context of regional market liberalization. We explore the global/regional orientations of the seven major European Union electric utilities from five different home countries, which are active in both fossil-fuel and renewable energy generation. Using a multiple case study design, we collected internationalization/regionalization data from firms' annual reports for the years 2000, 2005 and 2010, supplemented with an analysis of secondary sources. Firms show a clear pattern of increasing internationalization away from the home-country market, coupled with a home-region orientation for traditional generation activities which differs from the more international, wider and often multiple regional presences in the newer renewables business for some firms. Institutional factors are argued to play an important role in both processes. Findings suggest distinct regionalization patterns for business units and different firm-specific advantages, with strategic opportunities related to asset positions. Home-country effects may be linked to a heterogeneous firm-specific home-region liability of foreignness, resulting in incomplete home-region internationalization in most cases.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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    Learning and Lobbying: Emerging Market Firms and Corporate Political Activity in Europe
    (Inderscience, 2012) Lindeque, Johan Paul; McGuire, Steven; Suder, Gabriele [in: European Journal of International Management]
    How do firms acquire the capabilities necessary to operate in the non-market environment? Though the field of non-market strategy has grown in prominence in the strategic management literature in recent years, most of the studies concern the political capabilities of developed country multinationals. This paper is an effort to explore the basis of the acquisition of corporate political capabilities by emerging market firms. It does so by adapting the concept to liability of foreignness and applying it to a non-market context. The non-market environment of the European Union is used here as the context.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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    The Diminishing Returns to Trade Policy in the European Union
    (Wiley, 2010) Lindeque, Johan Paul; McGuire, Steven [in: Journal of Common Market Studies]
    The notion that the EU is a trade power is central to studies of the Union's international presence. Credible threats to withhold access to Europe's markets are said to provide the Union with leverage in respect of other trade partners. This article queries the continuing ability of the European Union to act effectively this way. The current Doha malaise is a symptom of deeper changes in the international trade system. As emerging markets become more affluent and participate in foreign direct investment, their interest in market access per se become less important relative to other areas of regulation.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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    Nonmarket Capabilities and the Prosecution of Trade Remedy Cases in the United States
    (Springer, 2010) Lindeque, Johan Paul; McGuire, Steven [in: Journal of World Trade]
    The study investigates the prosecution of US trade remedy cases as examples of administrative government agency investigations and seeks to identify key capabilities for effective corporate political strategy targeting these institutions. Trade remedy cases are important policy tools, designed to protect domestic firms from ‘unfair’ import competition. The research contributes to the growing literature on corporate political activity and its links with superior outcomes in the marketplace. Three capabilities are identified: the capability to collect market/non-market intelligence, the capability to build and shape the administrative record, and the capability to align business practice with the US trade remedy institutions.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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    Multilateralism and the Multinational Enterprise
    (Cambridge University Press, 2009) Lindeque, Johan Paul; Lawton, Thomas; McGuire, Steven [in: Business and Politics]
    How do multilateral institutions influence the strategic choices and actions of international managers? This paper addresses the question by exploring the impact of the World Trade Organization's (WTO) decision-making process on multinational enterprises (MNEs). We discuss the three phases of the WTO decision-making lifecycle - the formulation of trade rules, the implementation of those rules, and the enforcement of the rules and propose a strategic adjustment framework for understanding how companies alter their strategies and structures in response to the WTO's rules and operations. We argue that the increased relevance of multilateral rules and enforcement mechanisms embodied in the WTO - is an important influence on MNE strategies and structures because of the increasing embeddedness of the WTO in national levels of regulation. We illustrate this through examples taken from the pharmaceutical, textiles and sugar industries sectors that have witnessed substantial multilateral regulation.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
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    A Firm Perspective of Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Cases in the United States of America
    (Springer, 2007) Lindeque, Johan Paul [in: Journal of World Trade]
    The role played by firms in the prosecution of antidumping and countervailing duty cases in the United States of America is understudied. This paper provides greater understanding of the challenges faced by firms during the process of prosecuting antidumping and countervailing duty cases in the United States of America. This is achieved by applying a theoretical model of corporate political activity to data collected through interviews with 24 trade attorneys in Washington DC, practicing in the area of antidumping and countervailing duty law. Antidumping and countervailing duty cases are found to require significant resource commitments from firms in the participating industries, as well as requiring individual firms to make a number of strategic decisions. The value of an affirmative decision and imposition of duties to the domestic and foreign industry is found to be more nuanced than previous studies have suggested. Non-duty effects of AD and CVD cases are also confirmed. Finally a clearer understanding of the role of individual firms in antidumping and countervailing duty cases is shown to have the potential to improve how industry influence is taken account of in future research.
    01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift