LUISS

Publications

Pubblicazioni 2004 – 2010: JM Publications 2004-10 jan 2012

Mathews_Tan_JIE_2011_vol15_iss3 435 457 CE in C

Futures_2011 Naturalizing capitalism_ The next Great Transformation

Energy policy_2011_Linkage potential in Brazil

Seminar DPTEA LUISS Guido Carli
3 March 2011

JM seminar DPTEA LUISS March 3 2011

LUISS JM seminar Chinas energy revolution final 3 march 20112011

Tiger Technology

* Publication cited in SSCI

Accepted for publication

accepted-jie-mathews-and-tan.pdf

leung-and-mathews-2010-ijtis-acepted1.pdf

Published

Dragon Multinational

2010

ep-4083-mathews-et-al-2010-ep-climate-bonds.pdf

lee-and-mathews-apel-2010-best-consensus.pdf

mathews-2010-org-studies-lachmannian-foundations.pdf

mathews-and-kidney-cm-editorial-sep-2010.pdf

jm-org-studies-feb-2010-elements-of-enterprise.pdf

2009

tan-and-mathews-2009-tfsc.pdf

2008

2007

  • *43. Accelerated internationalization by emerging multinationals: The case of the white goods sector, Journal of World Business, 42: 369-383 (with Federico Bonaglia and Andrea Goldstein)
  • 42. Latecomer strategies for catching-up: The cases of renewable energies and the LED program, International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, 1 (1): 34-42.
  • *41. Enhancing the role of universities in building national innovative capacity in Asia: The case of Taiwan, World Development, 35 (6): 1005-1020 (with Mei-Chih Hu)
  • 40. Seven steps to curb global warming, Energy Policy, 35: 4247-4259
  • 39. Biofuels: What a Biopact between North and South could achieve, Energy Policy, 35: 3550-3570
  • 38. Latecomer strategies for catching-up: The roles of linkage, leverage and learning, Development Outreach (World Bank) (Jan). Available at: http://www1.worldbank.org/devoutreach/article.asp?id=399
  •  *37. The international entrepreneurial dynamics of accelerated internationalization, Journal of International Business Studies, 38: 387-403 (with Ivo Zander)
  •  36. Can renewable energies be turned to a source of advantage by developing countries? Revue de l’Energie, 576 (Mar-Apr): 96-105

2006

  • 35. Free trade in mad cows: How to kill a beef industry, Australian Journal of International Affairs, 60 (3): 376-399 (with Linda Weiss and Elizabeth Thurbon).
  • *34. Catch-up strategies and the latecomer effect in industrial development, New Political Economy, 11 (3): 313-336.
  •  33. Response to Dunning and Narula, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 23: 153-155.
  •  32. Dragon Multinationals: New players in 21st century globalization, Asia Pacific Journal of Management, 23: 5-27.
  •  31. Ricardian rents or Knightian profits? More on Austrian insights on strategic organization, Strategic Organization, 4 (1): 97-108.

2005

  • 30. The intellectual roots of latecomer industrial development, International Journal of Technology and Globalisation, 1 (3/4): 433-450.
  • *29. National innovative capacity in East Asia, Research Policy, 34: 1322- 1349 (with Mei-Chih Hu)
  •  *28. Strategy and the crystal cycle, California Management Review, 47 (2) (Winter 2005): 6-31.
  • *27. Editorial: Special issue on competitive strategies of Asian high-tech firms, International Journal of Technology Management, 29 (1/2): 1-5 .(with Poh-Kam Wong)

2004

  • *26. Book Review Essay: New perspectives on global industrial dynamics, Academy of Management Review, July: 506-509.

2003

  • *25. Strategizing by firms in the presence of markets for resources, Industrial and Corporate Change, 12 (6): 1157-1193.
  • *24. Competitive dynamics and economic learning: An extended resource-based view Industrial and Corporate Change, 12 (1): 115-145.

2002

  • *23. A resource-based view of Schumpeterian economic dynamics, Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 12: 29-54;
  • *22. The origins and dynamics of Taiwan’s R&D consortia, Research Policy 31 (4): 633-651.
  • 21. Competitive advantages of the latecomer firm: A resource-based account of industrial catch-up strategies, Asia-Pacific Journal of Management, 19 (4): 467-488.

2001

  • *20. National systems of economic learning: The case of technology diffusion management in East Asia, International Journal of Technology Management, 22 (5/6): 455-479.
  • 19. Competitive interfirm dynamics in an industrial market system, Industry and Innovation, 8 (1): 79-107.

1999

  • *18. Combinative capabilities and organizational learning in latecomer firms: The case of the Korean semiconductor industry, Journal of World Business 34 (2): 139-156 (with Dong-Sung Cho)
  • *17. Silicon Island of the East: Creating a semiconductor industry in Singapore, California Management Review, 41 (2) Jan: 55-78.