Multinationality-performance relationship:a meta-analysis

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Yang, Yong; Driffield, Nigel;
(2012)

We conduct a Meta-analysis of 54 papers that study the relationship between multinationality and firm performance. The aim is to understand if any systematic relationships exist between the characteristics of each study and the reported results of linear and curvilinear... View more
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