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Total : 29

  • 1

    Entrepreneurship and the Post-COVID-19 Recovery in Emerging Economies

    Meyer, Klaus E.Prashantham, ShameenXu, Shiqi

    Management and Organization Review , 2021 , 17 (5) , 1101-1118

    SSCI ABDC-A

  • 2

    New ventures as value cocreators in digital ecosystems

    Prashantham, Shameen

    Industrial Management & Data Systems , 2021 , 121 (1) , 111-122

    SCIE Scopus ABDC-A

    W
    2
  • 3

    Partnering with Startups Globally: Distinct Strategies for Different Locations

    Prashantham, Shameen

    California Management Review , 2021 , 63 (4) , 121-143

    SSCI ABDC-A

    W
    1
  • 4

    Compositional springboarding and EMNE evolution

    Li, Peter PingPrashantham, ShameenZhou, Abby JingziZhou, Steven Shijin

    Journal of International Business Studies , 2021 (Early Access)

    SSCI Scopus FT ABDC-A*

    W
    7
  • 5

    Capillary: An Indian Startup Deepening Its Presence in China

    Prashantham, ShameenRuan, Liyang

    2020

  • 6

    Partner With Entrepreneurs Inside and Out

    Prashantham, Shameen

    MIT Sloan Management Review , 2020 , 61 (2) , 80-81

    SSCI FT ABDC-A

    W
    1
  • 7

    Depth vs. Breadth: Network Strategy in Emerging Markets

    Prashantham, ShameenZhou, Abby JingziDhanaraj, Charles

    Management and Organization Review , 2020 , 16 (2) , 229-260

    SSCI Scopus ABDC-A

    W
    7
  • 8

    MNE–SME cooperation: An integrative framework

    Prashantham, ShameenBirkinshaw, Julian

    Journal of International Business Studies , 2020 , 51 (7) , 1161-1175

    SSCI Scopus FT ABDC-A*

    W
    21
  • 9

    Lost that lovin' feeling: The erosion of trust between small, high-distance partners

    Couper, CaroleReuber, A. RebeccaPrashantham, Shameen

    Journal of International Business Studies , 2020 , 51 (3) , 326-352

    SSCI Scopus FT ABDC-A*

    W
    11
  • 10

    Breadth or Depth: The Growth Strategy of Ace Company

    Prashantham, ShameenRuan, LiyangLi, Meng

    2019

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