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Olejniczak Tomasz (Kozminski University, Poland), Itohisa Masato (Hosei University, Japan)
Tytuł
Hybridization Revisited : New Insights from the Evolutionary Approach
Źródło
Journal of Management and Business Administration. Central Europe, 2017, vol. 25, nr 2, s. 43-62, tab., bibliogr. 76 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Organizacje hybrydowe, Internacjonalizacja przedsiębiorstw, Teoria ewolucyjna w ekonomii
Hybrid organizations, Enterprise internationalization, Evolutionary theory in economics
Uwagi
Klasyfikacja JEL: M16
summ., This work was supported by the National Science Centre under Grant number 2014/13/N/HS4/02156
Kraj/Region
Europa Środkowo-Wschodnia
Central and Eastern Europe
Abstrakt
Purpose: This article is a conceptual paper based on an extensive literature review performed as a preparation for replicating a study of Japanese hybrid factories in Central and Eastern Europe.

Methodology: It focuses on hybridization showing that although the concept itself originates in evolutionary biology, its application in the feld of International Business bears a strong resemblance with the cultural approach and Japanization.

Findings: Given some recent criticism of the hybridization studies, this article argues that the literature applying the concept would beneft from going back to its origins (i.e. the evolutionary approach), which in itself is a well know paradigm in organizational studies and could help in overcoming current conceptual limitations. (original abstract)
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2450-7814
Język
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URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.7206/jmba.ce.2450-7814.195
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