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R&D of MultiNational Enterprises
Seminar 24h



course's outline

list (non exhaustive) of articles


Presentations:
!Fri 10-12h AW1.101!
!Beamer + powerpoint + laptop + retro-projector + screen available!

 

Group + article + company + grades/20

Date

1. Renfors Vesa 14 & Todorov Radoslav 14Nokia - Report
Kuemmerle W. (1999), The Drivers of Foreign Direct Investment into Research and Development: An Empirical Investigation, Journal of International Business Studies, 30(1), 1-24.

7/3

2. Joris France 15+2=17 & Moens Alexandre 15+1=16 - Roche Holding - Report
Patel P., M. Vega (1999), Patterns of internationalization of corporate technology: Location vs. home country advantages, Research Policy, 28(2-3), 145-155.

7/3

3. Tan Ke Yeh 13 & Yang Jinwoo 13 - Toshiba - Report
Gassman O., M. von Zedtwitz (2002), Market versus technology drive in R&D internationalisation: four different patterns of managing research and development, Research Policy, 31, 569-588.

14/3

4. Sharra Romeo 17 & Kaite Amani 16+1=17 - Novartis - Report
Florida Richard (1997), The Globalization of R&D: Results of a Survey of Foreign-Affiliated R&D Laboratories in the USA, Research Policy, 26(1), pp. 85-103.

14/3

5. Ojeda Luis 16+.5=16.5 & Sapelak Aaron 17 - Pfizer - Report
Kuemmerle W. (1999), Foreign Direct Investment in Industrial Research in the Pharmaceutical and Electronics Industries--Results from a Survey of Multinational Firms, Research Policy; 28(2-3), 179-93.

21/3

6. Legros Christopher 13+1=14 & Herman Yannicrumar 13Nestlé - Report
Gassmann O., M. von Zedtwitz (1999), New Concepts and Trends in International R&D Organization, Research Policy, 28(2-3), 31-50.

21/3

8. Mary Olivier 18 & Lobé André-Victor 17 - 3M - Report
Gerybadze A., G. Reger (1999), Recent Changes in the Management of Innovation in Transnational Corporations, Research Policy, 28(2-3), 251-74.

11/4

9. Cerri Laura 16 & Nieminen Virpi 16 - Unilever - Report
Zander I; (1999), How Do You Mean 'Global'? An Empirical Investigation of Innovation Networks in the Multinational Corporation, Research Policy, 28(2-3), 195-213.

18/4

10. Hauschildt Christian 17+1.5=18.5 & Ciccone Giuseppe 17+1=18 - Toyota - Report
Asakawa K. (2001), Organizational Tension in International R&D Management: The Case of Japanese Firms, Research Policy, 30(5), 735-57.

18/4

11. Shi Lingzhi 13 & Rosu Laura 12BCE Inc. - Report
Niosi J., G. Benoit (1999), Canadian R&D Abroad Management Practices, Research Policy, 28(2-3), 215-30.

25/4

12. Bernair Cyril 15 & Anne-Sophie Baras 15General Motors - Report
Pearce R. (1999), Decentralised R&D and Strategic Competitiveness: Globalised Approaches to Generation and Use of Technology in Multinational Enterprises (MNEs), Research Policy, 28(2-3), 157-78.

25/4

7. Pykalo Ewa 13 & Grabowska Anna 13+1=14 - Fujitsu - Report
Granstrand O. (1999), Internationalization of Corporate R&D: A Study of Japanese and Swedish Corporations, Research Policy, 28(2-3), 275-302.

5/5

16. Leclercq Daphné 14 & Michel Cermak 13Mitsubishi Electric - Report

Nagesh Kumar (2001), Determinants of location of overseas R&D activity of multinational enterprises: the case of US and Japanese corporations, Research Policy 30(1), 159-174.

5/5

13. Mouhal Kawthar-Mona 14+1=15 & Mohammad Ishtiaq 13Philips - Report
Cantwell J., O. Janne (1999), Technological Globalisation and Innovative Centres: The Role of Corporate Technological Leadership and Locational Hierarchy, Research Policy, 28(2-3), 119-44.

9/5

14. Nicolas Jadot 18 & Ermilate Amina 18Samsung - Report
Almeida P. (1996), Knowledge Sourcing by Foreign MNEs: Patent Citation Analysis in the US Semiconductor Industry, Strategic Management Journal, 155-165.

9/5

15. Busana Pierre 16 & Trekels Bruno 16DuPont - Report
Cincera M., B. van Pottelsberge, R. Veugelers (2005), Assessing the Foreign Control of Production of Technology: The Case of a Small Open Economy, CEPR Discussion Paper # 4945, March.

9/5

list of R&D Multinationals
GENERAL MOTORS CORPORATION
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
GAZPROM RAO
DAIMLER-BENZ AG
GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY
MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP
UNILEVER N.V.
UNILEVER PLC
ISTITUTO FINANZIARIO INDUSTRIALE SPA
FIAT SPA
ALCATEL
TOSHIBA CORPORATION
ROBERT BOSCH GMBH
UNITED TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION
FUJITSU LIMITED
STEEL AUTHORITY OF INDIA LIMITED
LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
PHILIP MORRIS COMPANIES INC.
ANGLO AMERICAN INDUSTRIAL CORPORATION
MOTOROLA, INC.
NIPPON TELEGRAPH & TELEPHONE CORPORATION
PEUGEOT SA
RWE AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT
LUCENT TECHNOLOGIES INC.
VEBA AG
AT&T CORP.
THYSSEN AG
TELECOM ITALIA SPA
BRITISH TELECOMMUNICATIONS PLC
BCE INC.
CHRYSLER CORPORATION
MANNESMANN AG
RAYTHEON COMPANY
HOECHST AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
GTE CORPORATION
RAG AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT
SEAGATE TECHNOLOGY, INC.
BTR PLC
COMPAGNIE DE SAINT-GOBAIN SA
KON NEDERLANDSCHE PETROLEUM MAATSCHAPPIJ
SHELL TRANSPORT & TRADING COMPANY (THE)
ELECTROLUX AB
TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON
EMERSON ELECTRIC CO.
DU PONT (E.I.) DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER COMPANY (THE)
JOHNSON & JOHNSON
THOMSON SA
ENEL
ALSTOM SA
INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY
C.G. SMITH LIMITED
ALCOA INC.
ENI GROUP ENTE NAZIONALE IDROCARBURI
EXXON CORPORATION
TRW INC.
ROCHE HOLDING AG
VOLVO AB
JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.
HALLIBURTON COMPANY
ALLIEDSIGNAL INC.
IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES PLC
AKZO NOBEL N.V.
RHONE-POULENC SA
SANYO ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
PREUSSAG AG
TELSTRA CORP LTD
TATA IRON AND STEEL COMPANY LIMITED
TEXTRON INC.
SCHLUMBERGER LIMITED
MAN AG
BHARAT HEAVY ELECTRICALS LIMITED
SCHNEIDER SA
FINMECCANICA SPA
BROKEN HILL PROPRIETARY COMPANY LIMITED
WHIRLPOOL CORPORATION
AMERICAN HOME PRODUCTS CORPORATION
CATERPILLAR, INC.
ITT INDUSTRIES, INC.
FRIED. KRUPP AG HOESCH-KRUPP
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.,LTD.
HONEYWELL INC.
KIMBERLY-CLARK CORPORATION
LUCAS VARITY PLC
MABUCHI MOTOR CO., LTD.
BP AMOCO PLC
DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION
ABBOTT LABORATORIES
MERCK & CO., INC.
BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB CO.
NABISCO, INC.
THYSSEN INDUSTRIE AG
GLAVERBEL