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Internacionalización Y Control Interorganizativo: Revisión Teórica Y Propuestas De Investigación / Internationalization And Interorganizational Control: A Review And Future Directions

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  • Araújo Pinzón, P.


    (Universidad de Cádiz (España))

  • Sánchez Vázquez, J.M.


    (Universidad de Cádiz (España))

  • Vélez Elorza, M


    (Universidad de Cádiz (España))

  • Álvarez-Dardet Espejo, C.


    (Universidad Pablo de Olavide (España))

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    Dentro de los desafíos que los procesos de internacionalización presentan a las empresas, la gestión de los canales de exportación externalizados ha ido adquiriendo una mayor relevancia. Analizando las conclusiones de los trabajos que han estudiado el papel del Control Interorganizativo (CI) en el contexto de las relaciones interorganizativas, este trabajo argumenta que el CI podría permitir una mayor integración y coordinación de las relaciones entre socios domésticos e internacionales, diferente a la propiedad. Como aproximación exploratoria a ambos tópicos de investigación, este trabajo realiza una revisión de la literatura con un enfoque meta-analítico. Sobre esta revisión de la literatura, se han evaluado los principales autores y trabajos, sugiriendo nuevas vías en la investigación del papel del CI en la internacionalización de las empresas. / Export channel management has gained a greater relevance as one of the challenges related to internationalization processes. Analyzing the conclusions of the articles that have studied the control systems role in the context of the interorganizational relationships (Interoganisational Control, IC), this work argues that IC could allow a better integration and coordination of the relationships among domestic and international partners, different to ownership. As an exploratory study of both topics, we carry out a literature review with a meta-analysis approach. Our results show the main authors and works, suggesting new research avenues to shed light on the role of IC in the internationalization processes.

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    Article provided by Academia Europea de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa (AEDEM) in its journal Investigaciones Europeas de Dirección y Economía de la Empresa.

    Volume (Year): 16 (2010)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 165-180

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    Handle: RePEc:idi:jiedee:v:16:y:2010:i:1:p:165-180
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