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Different is beautiful? Effects of asymmetry on international joint-ventures performance

Abstract : This article aims to highlight the multidimensional character of asymmetry through four determinants: differential of partners’ size, number of foreign partners, ownership structure and cultural distance; it also analyses the effects of asymmetry on IJV performance. Based on a quantitative study of 123 International Joint Ventures in Turkey, results show that Joint venture performance is not significantly linked to size, number of foreign partners and ownership structure. Only cultural distance has a positive and significant effect on Joint Venture performance.
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Laure Dikmen, Foued Cheriet. Different is beautiful? Effects of asymmetry on international joint-ventures performance. 2021. ⟨hal-03166842⟩



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