English, Article edition: Host Countries Managers of Multinational Firms: An Evaluation of Variables Affecting Their Managerial Thinking Patterns Brian Toyne

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  • Host Countries Managers of Multinational Firms: An Evaluation of Variables Affecting Their Managerial Thinking Patterns
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  • Brian Toyne
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  • This article reports the results of an exploratory study comparing the managerial beliefs and needs of Mexican nationals employed by U.S. subsidiaries in Mexico and those of U.S. and Mexican managers employed by U.S. and Mexican-owned firms. It concludes that the managerial belief and need patterns of local Mexican subsidiary managers fall between those of U.S. and Mexican managers of local firms where the belief and need patterns of these latter two groups of managers differ significantly, Industry, enterprise, and personal characteristics influence belief and need patterns and the extent that they differ. The implications of these findings are discussed.© 1976 JIBS. Journal of International Business Studies (1976) 7, 39–56
  • RePEc:pal:jintbs:v:7:y:1976:i:1:p:39-56
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