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Article among the most cited in the Strategic Management Journal (SMJ)

Research jointly authored by Professor Saul Estrin| was the most cited article for 2010 in the Strategic Management Journal (SMJ), a highly rated journal in the management field. The article, published in 2008 and titled Institutions, Resources, And Entry Strategies In Emerging Economies|, investigates the impact of market-supporting institutions on business strategies by analysing the entry strategies of foreign investors entering emerging economies. Combining survey and archival data from four emerging economies (India, Vietnam, South Africa and Egypt) it shows how resource-seeking strategies are pursued using different entry modes in different institutional contexts.

The Strategic Management Journal (SMJ) has since its inception in 1980 been the official journal of the Strategic Management Society. It is published in 13 issues per year by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. This A journal is consistently rated one of the top publications in the management area.

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Published: 17 April 2012
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