Dear all

We're delighted that the latest issue of The Multinational Business Review has published - please find links below to the articles and editorial.   Papers in this issue examine regional performance, multiple embeddedness and sustainability, and are taken in part from a special issue on 'Environmentally Responsible Management and International Competitiveness'.

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Multinational Business Review 22.1

How much does region affect performance?<>
Authors: B. Elango, Jamie R. Wieland
Article Type: Research paper
Keywords: Performance, Regional effects, Regionalization

Rethinking the literature on "multiple embeddedness" and subsidiary-specific advantages<>
Authors: Alberto Ferraris
Article Type: Literature review
Keywords: Distance, Multinational enterprises, Multiple embeddedness, Recombination capabilities, Subsidiary-specific advantages

Sources of funding for decentralized R&D activity: effects of MNE subsidiaries' entry choice and laboratory roles<>
Authors: Dimitris Manolopoulos
Article Type: Research paper
Keywords: Entry mode selection, European periphery countries, Internal and external funding, MNE financing decisions, Roles of decentralized R&D labs

Environmentally responsible management of MNE subsidiaries: stakeholder perspective<>
Authors: Jiyul Choi, Byung Il Park
Article Type: Research paper
Keywords: Environmentally responsible management, MNE, Stakeholder, Subsidiary

Environmentally responsible management in international business: a literature review<>
Authors: Adam H. Cave
Article Type: Literature review
Keywords: Competitiveness, Corporate social responsibility, Environment management, Environmentally responsible management, Multinational enterprises

Letter from the Editor - Regional performance, multiple embeddedness and sustainability<>
Author: Alan M. Rugman

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