Assist. Dr. Iris Koleša, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Anže Burger (both from the Centre of International Relations at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia) and Prof. Dr. Michael Dickmann from Cranfield School of Management in the UK published a paper entitled ‘The Effects of Institutions on Emerging Market Firms’ International Assignment Location Decisions’. In the paper, the authors investigate international assignment location decisions of emerging market firms as determined by the institutional contexts of their home and host countries. They find that both institutional quality and distance influence expatriation flows in firms from a low quality institutional context. These expatriate more to markets with high quality institutions and higher institutional distance. The paper is freely available in the first 2022 issue of the Economic and Business Review journal.
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