Surender Munjal
Surender Munjal
Associate Professor at the Centre for International Business, University of Leeds
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Host-home country linkages and host-home country specific advantages as determinants of foreign acquisitions by Indian firms
PJ Buckley, N Forsans, S Munjal
International Business Review 21 (5), 878-890, 2012
1922012
Cross-border acquisitions by Indian multinationals: Asset exploitation or asset augmentation?
PJ Buckley, S Munjal, P Enderwick, N Forsans
International Business Review 25 (4), 986-996, 2016
792016
The institutional influence on the location strategies of multinational enterprises from emerging economies: Evidence from China's cross-border mergers and acquisitions
PJ Buckley, P Yu, Q Liu, S Munjal, P Tao
Management and Organization Review 12 (3), 425-448, 2016
662016
The role of experiential and non-experiential knowledge in cross-border acquisitions: The case of Indian multinational enterprises
PJ Buckley, S Munjal, P Enderwick, N Forsans
Journal of World Business 51 (5), 675-685, 2016
592016
Offshore outsourcing and firm performance: Moderating effects of size, growth and slack resources
S Munjal, I Requejo, SK Kundu
Journal of Business Research 103, 484-494, 2019
572019
Do foreign resources assist or impede internationalisation? Evidence from internationalisation of Indian multinational enterprises
PJ Buckley, S Munjal, P Enderwick, N Forsans
International Business Review 25 (1), 130-140, 2016
512016
International business strategy: theory and practice
PJ Buckley, P Ghauri
Routledge, 2015
412015
The role of local context in the cross‐border acquisitions by emerging economy multinational enterprises
PJ Buckley, S Munjal
British Journal of Management 28 (3), 372-389, 2017
402017
Human capital in the Indian IT/BPO industry
V Pereira, A Malik, S Kundu, S Munjal
Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
382015
Foreign acquisitions by Indian multinational enterprises: a test of the eclectic paradigm
PJ Buckley, N Forsans, S Munjal
Cambridge Symposium on International Manufacturing, 24-25, 2009
242009
Exploring the connection between human capital and innovation in the globalising world
S Munjal, S Kundu
Human capital and innovation, 1-11, 2017
21*2017
Reverse dependency: a longitudinal case study investigation into Headquarter-Subsidiary relationship in the context of an emerging country
V Pereira, S Munjal, MK Nandakumar
International Studies of Management & Organization 46 (1), 50-62, 2016
202016
The role of country alliances in reducing the transaction costs of internationalisation: evidence from Indian multinational enterprises
PJ Buckley, S Munjal, P Enderwick, N Forsans
Cambridge Journal of Economics 41 (3), 807-828, 2017
182017
Opportunities and challenges for multiple-embeddedness through mergers and acquisitions in emerging economies
S Munjal, V Pereira
Journal of Organizational Change Management, 2015
172015
Managing Yopatriates: A longitudinal study of generation Y expatriates in an Indian multi-national corporation
V Pereira, A Malik, L Howe-Walsh, S Munjal, M Hirekhan
Journal of International Management 23 (2), 151-165, 2017
162017
Country Linkages and Firm Internationalization: Indian MNEs within Economic–Political Alliances of Nations
PJ Buckley, P Enderwick, N Forsans, S Munjal
The Changing Geography of International Business, 79-94, 2013
16*2013
Outsourcing and offshoring decision making and its implications for businesses-A synthesis of research pursuing five pertinent questions
V Pereira, S Munjal, A Ishizaka
Journal of Business Research 103, 348-355, 2019
142019
The growth trajectory of Indian MNEs
S Munjal, PJ Buckley, P Enderwick, N Forsans
The Great Diversity: Trajectories of Asian Development, 191-203, 2013
14*2013
A perspective on multinational enterprise’s national identity dilemma
S Munjal, P Budhwar, V Pereira
Social Identities 24 (5), 548-563, 2018
92018
Foreign Acquisitions by Indian Multinational Enterprises: Testing and Extending Internationalisation Frameworks
S Munjal
AIB Insights 14 (3), 21- 23, 2014
92014
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