When The South Takes Over The North: Dynamics Of Up-Market Integrations By Emerging Multinationals

Morgan Marchand, M@n@gement, 18(1), 2015. 31-53. Read now. This   article   deals   with   emerging   multinationals   post-acquisition integration   approaches   in   developed   countries.   It   confronts   theoretical hypotheses  and  anecdotal  evidence  with  unpublished  empirical  data.  Analyzing four  cases  of  French  entities  acquired  by  EMNE,  it  confirms  that  EMNE  often adopt a partnering approach after these up-market acquisitions.…

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Les multinationales émergentes : une catégorie homogène ?

Morgan Marchand, in Meschi, P.X. & Prévot, F., Economies émergentes : enjeux pour le management international, Vuibert. The concept of emerging multinational companies (EMNE) is widely used in international management literature, although the content and consistency of this category are rarely discussed and explained. Among their theoretically common characteristics, EMNE would…

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Do All Emerging‐Market Firms Partner with Their Acquisitions in Advanced Economies? A Comparative Study of 25 Emerging Multinationals’ Acquisitions in France

Morgan Marchand, Thunderbird International Business Review, 2017, 59: 297-312. Emerging multinationals’ acquisitions in advanced economies are a growing phenomenon that remains relatively unexplored. Although there is now a consistent body of knowledge concerning multinationals from major emerging countries such as China, empirical data encompassing a larger array of countries of origin…

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La stratégie, concept culturel ? Exploration de choix organisationnels par les imaginaires stratégiques de dirigeants de multinationales émergentes

Morgan Marchand, Vie & sciences de l’entreprise, 204(2), 78-94. En ligne. This article deals with the influence of strategic imaginaries on organizational decisions. Analyzing post-acquisition integration approaches of 25 emerging multinationals (EMNEs) in France, it examines the country-of-origin effect on these strategic choices. It explores its dynamics through the impact of…

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Chemins d’internationalisation des multinationales émergentes : vers une extension des modèles théoriques d’internationalisation

Morgan Marchand, M. Vieu (2018), Finance Contrôle Stratégie [En ligne], NS-2 | 2018, juillet 2018 Emerging multinationals (EMNEs) are often regarded as firms with an accelerated internationalization, « in reverse » compared to conventional models. Based on the conceptual framework of the Internationalization Process Model, this article analyzes the internationalization paths of 110 EMNEs. It offers…

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New models in old frameworks? Contributions to the extension of international management theories through the analysis of emerging multinationals

Morgan Marchand, International Journal of Emerging Markets, 13(3), 499-517. 2018. The extent to which emerging multinational enterprises (EMNEs) challenge extant international management (IM) theories is a question under current discussion. The purpose of this paper is to confront two classic theories (internationalization process model (IPM) and post-acquisition integration types) to several…

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