Joseph H. Lauder Institute of Management & International Studies
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Free Online Class
Taught by Mauro Guillen
Analyzing Global Trends for Business & Society
Starts November 15, 2015
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Syllabus: Global Turning Points
Syllabus: Emerging-Market Multinationals
Nano Tools for Leaders
Resources on the Global Financial CrisisResources on Spanish Multinational Firms
Laura Fernández-Méndez, Esteban García-Canal, and Mauro F. Guillén, “Legal Family and Infrastructure Voids as Drivers of Regulated Physical Infrastructure Firm’s Exposure to Governmental Discretion.” Journal of International Management 21:135-149, (2015).
Andrea Colli, Esteban García-Canal and Mauro F. Guillén. “Family Character and International Entrepreneurship: A Historical Comparison of Italian and Spanish ‘New Multinationals’.” Business History 55(1): 119-138, (January 2013).
Andrea Martínez-Noya, Esteban García-Canal, and Mauro F. Guillén. “R&D Outsourcing and the Effectiveness of Intangible Investments: Is Proprietary Core Knowledge Walking out the Door?” Journal of Management Studies 50(1): 67-91, (January 2013).
Andrea Martínez-Noya, Esteban García-Canal, and Mauro F. Guillén. “International R&D Service Outsourcing by Technology-Intensive Firms: Whether and Where?” Journal of International Management 18: 18-37, (2012).
Klapper, Leora, Raphael S. Amit, and Mauro F. Guillén, “Entrepreneurship and Firm Formation across Countries.” Pp. 129-158 in International Differences in Entrepreneurship, edited by Josh Lerner and Antoinette Schoar. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, and National Bureau of Economic Research, 2010.
Mauro F. Guillén and Esteban García-Canal, “The American Model of the Multinational Firm and the ‘New’ Multinationals from Emerging Economies.” Academy of Management Perspectives 23(2): 23-35, (May 2009).
Mauro F. Guillén and Sandra L. Suárez. “Explaining the Global Digital Divide: Economic, Political and Sociological Drivers of Cross-National Internet Use.” Social Forces 84(2): 681-708, (December 2005).
Mauro F. Guillén. “Experience, Imitation, and the Sequence of Foreign Entry: Wholly Owned and Joint-Venture Manufacturing by South Korean Firms and Business Groups in China, 1987-1995.” Journal of International Business Studies 34: 185-198, (2003).
Isin Guler, Mauro F. Guillén, and John Muir Macpherson. “Global Competition, Institutions, and the Diffusion of Organizational Practices: The International Spread of the ISO 9000 Quality Certificates.” Administrative Science Quarterly 47: 207-232, (June 2002) (lead article).
Carl Kock and Mauro F. Guillén. “Strategy and Structure in Developing Countries: Business Groups as an Evolutionary Response to Opportunities for Unrelated Diversification.” Industrial & Corporate Change 10(1): 1-37, (2001).
Mauro F. Guillén. “Organized Labor’s Images of Multinational Enterprise: Ideologies of Foreign Investment in Argentina, South Korea, and Spain.” Industrial & Labor Relations Review 53(3): 419-442, (April 2000).
José M. Campa and Mauro F. Guillén. “The Internalization of Exports: Firm and Location-Specific Factors in a Middle-Income Country.” Management Science 45(11): 1463-1478, (November 1999) (lead article).
Nicole Woolsey Biggart and Mauro F. Guillén. “Developing Difference: Social Organization and the Rise of the Auto Industries of South Korea, Taiwan, Spain, and Argentina.” American Sociological Review 64(5): 722-747, (October 1999).
Omar N. Toulan and Mauro F. Guillén. “Beneath the Surface: The Impact of Radical Economic Reforms on the Outward Orientation of Argentine and Mendozan Firms, 1989-1995.” Journal of Latin American Studies, 29: 395-418, (May 1997).
|With the Crown Prince of Spain, His Royal Highness, Don Felipe de Borbon y Grecia, Prince of Asturias||On April 1st, 2015, after ringing the opening bell at the Nasdaq Marketsite on Times Square||With Bill Ford, William Lauder and Michael Useem, 2013|
|Mauro Guillen (on the left) with Ramón Reñón (Inditex), Pedro Ballvé (Campofrío), Ramón de Miguel (Iberdrola), Patrici Tixis (Planeta), Matías Rodríguez Inciarte (Santander) y Claudio Boada (Círculo de Empresarios) at the Annual Wharton-Círculo de Empresarios Award Ceremony, 2009.||Debate on the Global Economy, with Laura Tyson, Mumbai, October 2007.||Lecturing in his home town, León, 2003.|
|As Member of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1998-1999|
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