Byung Il Park (박병일)
Byung Il Park (박병일)
Professor of International Business, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
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Does ownership structure matter for firm technological innovation performance? The case of Korean firms
SB Choi, BI Park, P Hong
Corporate Governance: An International Review 20 (3), 267-288, 2012
1602012
Determinants influencing CSR practices in small and medium sized MNE subsidiaries: A stakeholder perspective
BI Park, PN Ghauri
Journal of World Business 50 (1), 192-204, 2015
1522015
Knowledge transfer capacity of multinational enterprises and technology acquisition in international joint ventures
BI Park
International Business Review 20 (1), 75-87, 2011
1432011
Inclusive leadership and work engagement: Mediating roles of affective organizational commitment and creativity
SB Choi, TBH Tran, BI Park
Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal 43 (6), 931-943, 2015
1312015
Corporate social responsibility: Stakeholders influence on MNEs’ activities
BI Park, A Chidlow, J Choi
International Business Review 23 (5), 966-980, 2014
1182014
What matters to managerial knowledge acquisition in international joint ventures? High knowledge acquirers versus low knowledge acquirers
BI Park
Asia Pacific Journal of Management 27 (1), 55-79, 2010
1152010
Key factors affecting acquisition of technological capabilities from foreign acquiring firms by small and medium sized local firms
BI Park, PN Ghauri
Journal of World Business 46 (1), 116-125, 2011
1082011
Knowledge acquisition and performance: The role of foreign parents in Korean IJVs
BI Park, A Giroud, H Mirza, J Whitelock
Asian Business & Management 7 (1), 11-32, 2008
612008
Foreign direct investment spillover effects in China: Are they different across industries with different technological levels?
Y Jeon, BI Park, PN Ghauri
China Economic Review 26, 105-117, 2013
602013
Institutional legitimacy and norms-based CSR marketing practices: Insights from MNCs operating in a developing economy
Z Khan, YK Lew, BI Park
International Marketing Review 32 (5), 463-491, 2015
502015
Culture clashes in cross-border mergers and acquisitions: A case study of Sweden's Volvo and South Korea's Samsung
SJ Lee, J Kim, BI Park
International Business Review 24 (4), 580-593, 2015
472015
Acquisition of managerial knowledge from foreign parents: evidence from Korean joint ventures
BI Park, A Giroud, KW Glaister
Asia Pacific Business Review 15 (4), 527-545, 2009
472009
The impact of turbulent events on knowledge acquisition
PN Ghauri, BI Park
Management International Review 52 (2), 293-315, 2012
432012
Acquisition of marketing knowledge in small and medium-sized IJVs: The role of compatibility between parents
BI Park, J Whitelock, A Giroud
Management Decision 47 (8), 1340-1356, 2009
422009
Innovative knowledge transfer patterns of group-affiliated companies: The effects on the performance of foreign subsidiaries
JY Lee, YR Park, PN Ghauri, BI Park
Journal of International Management 20 (2), 107-123, 2014
272014
Differences in knowledge acquisition patterns between IJVs with Western vs. Japanese parents: With focusing on factors comprising absorptive capacity
BI Park
Management Decision 49 (3), 422-443, 2011
27*2011
Control mechanisms of MNEs and absorption of foreign technology in cross-border acquisitions
BI Park, J Choi
International Business Review 23 (1), 130-144, 2014
252014
What changes the rules of the game in wholly owned subsidiaries? Determinants of knowledge acquisition from parent firms
BI Park
International Business Review 21 (4), 547-557, 2012
242012
Foreign direct investment motivations and knowledge acquisition from MNEs in overseas subsidiaries
BI Park, J Choi
Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences/Revue canadienne des sciences de …, 2014
182014
The impact of foreign parent control mechanisms upon measurements of performance in IJVs in South Korea
PN Ghauri, AH Cave, BI Park
Critical perspectives on international business 9 (3), 251-270, 2013
152013
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