Poder, Centralidade e 'Embeddedness' como Mecanismos para Aumentar a Eficiência de Captura do Conhecimento das Subsidiárias em suas Redes Locais Outros Idiomas

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54478
Resumo:
A literatura de Negócios Internacionais enfatiza as relações interorganizacionais em redes de negócios, baseadas no embeddedness, como mecanismo para uma empresa multinacional melhorar seu desempenho. Entretanto, uma análise aprofundada da literatura mostra que o embeddedness por si só é insuficiente para que as subsidiárias obtenham vantagem competitiva local. Assim, buscando compreender melhor esta questão, foi realizada uma revisão sistemática da literatura com 45 artigos que abordam três constructos centrais em redes: embeddedness, poder e centralidade. A análise sugere uma lacuna nos estudos sobre poder e centralidade da subsidiária em sua rede externa. Portanto, por meio de um modelo conceitual, mas com aplicação gerencial, este artigo sugere que a subsidiária utilize de forma integrada embeddedness, poder e centralidade de modo a otimizar o acesso aos recursos tangíveis e intangíveis e reduzir os conflitos da rede local necessários para obter vantagem competitiva específica (SSA) e global (FSA).
Citação ABNT:
ISAAC, V. R.; BARCELOS, E. J. B. V.; OGASAVARA, M. H. Poder, Centralidade e 'Embeddedness' como Mecanismos para Aumentar a Eficiência de Captura do Conhecimento das Subsidiárias em suas Redes Locais . Contextus - Revista Contemporânea de Economia e Gestão, v. 17, n. 2, p. 8-36, 2019.
Citação APA:
Isaac, V. R., Barcelos, E. J. B. V., & Ogasavara, M. H. (2019). Poder, Centralidade e 'Embeddedness' como Mecanismos para Aumentar a Eficiência de Captura do Conhecimento das Subsidiárias em suas Redes Locais . Contextus - Revista Contemporânea de Economia e Gestão, 17(2), 8-36.
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https://doi.org/10.19094/contextus.v17i2.39520
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Tipo de documento:
Artigo
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Português
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