Business Studies Journal (Print ISSN: 1944-656X; Online ISSN: 1944-6578)


Business Model Life Cycle Assessment: The Moderating Role of Political Regime

Author(s): Baumann Giulia

This study researches the impacts of psychological oppressor assaults on unfamiliar venture by focusing on the significance of both business-and non-business-focusing on illegal intimidation in the host country. Expanding on North's strand of institutional hypothesis, we contend that the two types of psychological warfare imply exogenous liabilities liable to produce elevated degrees of non-ergodic vulnerability for MNEs and in this way stop unfamiliar financial backers. Further, we theorize that these impacts might be directed by have country political system type, which fills in as a check for a good venture climate for MNEs working in institutionally delicate business sectors.

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