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020    9780230201743 (electronic bk.) 
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035    (OCoLC)314833010 
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100 1  Brenner, Barbara,|d1976- 
245 10 Management control in Central and Eastern European 
       subsidiaries|h[electronic resource] /|cBarbara Brenner 
260    Basingstoke [England] ;|aNew York :|bPalgrave Macmillan,
300    1 online resource (xiv, 306 p.) 
500    Description based on print version record 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 276-301) and index
505 0  Introduction : problem, relevance and research question --
       The concept of management control -- Literature review on 
       current studies on management control in MNCS -- Cultural 
       research on Central and Eastern Europe -- Method -- Sample
       -- Empirical results : western management control in CEE -
       -Major findings -- Summary 
520    How can multinational corporations effectively manage and 
       control their subsidiaries in transition countries? Our 
       empirical study of 40 multinational headquarters for 
       Central- and Eastern Europe sheds light onto effective 
       subsidiary management in transition countries. More 
       specifically, we explore how the context and culture of 
       CEE impacts the choiceand applicability of headquarters 
       controlin subsidiaries. We find that the great majority of
       multinationals govern their subsidiaries rathercentrally 
       and rely on a mix of formal and informal control 
       mechanisms.Grounded on rich interviews with 50 senior 
       executives we provide a model of fit between the type and 
       extent of MNC control exertedand the specific transitional
       and cultural context of the region. Our study contributes 
       to the understanding of management control twofold: 
       Theoretically, by providing a comprehensive framework of 
       factors determining the cross-border applicability of 
       control mechanisms based on a literature review of 95 
       articles in leading international business journals. 
       Empirically, by delivering keen insights by best practices
       into how control mechanisms can be successfully introduced
       in subsidiaries locatedin transition economies 
590    Palgrave 
650  0 International business enterprises|xManagement 
650  0 International business enterprises|zEurope, Central
650  0 International business enterprises|zEurope, Eastern
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aBrenner, Barbara, 1976-|tManagement 
       control in Central and Eastern European subsidiaries.
       |dBasingstoke [England] ; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 
       2009|z9780230201408|w(DLC)  2008030131|w(OCoLC)236117249 
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