Dear colleagues:

I am happy to announce the publication of Issue 15.4 of Asian Business & Management, a special issue on Emerging MNEs from Developing Asia.  The table of contents is attached below.

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Special Issue: Emerging MNEs from Developing Asia

Asian emerging multinationals and the dynamics of institutions and networks
Pavida Pananond, Axèle Giroud, Pages 255-263
[No Access]
Research Article
Firm-specific, national and regional competitive advantages: The case of emerging market MNEs—Thailand
Elena Beleska-Spasova, Sirinuch Loykulnanta…, Pages 264-291

Research Article
From servant to master: Power repositioning of emerging-market companies in global value chains
Pavida Pananond, Pages 292-316

Research Article
Aggressive acquirers, laidback owners? Organisational dynamics of subsidiary integration in Chinese MNCs
Yu Zheng, Pages 317-342