Larissa Rabbiosi
TitleCited byYear
Subsidiary roles and reverse knowledge transfer: An investigation of the effects of coordination mechanisms
L Rabbiosi
Journal of International Management 17 (2), 97-113, 2011
1882011
Linking HRM and knowledge transfer via individual‐level mechanisms
DB Minbaeva, K Mäkelä, L Rabbiosi
Human Resource Management 51 (3), 387-405, 2012
169*2012
Reverse knowledge transfer in MNEs: Subsidiary innovativeness and entry modes
R Mudambi, L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
Long Range Planning 47 (1-2), 49-63, 2014
1202014
Parent company benefits from reverse knowledge transfer: The role of the liability of newness in MNEs
L Rabbiosi, GD Santangelo
Journal of World Business 48 (1), 160-170, 2013
1172013
Acquisitions by EMNCs in developed markets
L Rabbiosi, S Elia, F Bertoni
Management International Review 52 (2), 193-212, 2012
1012012
The impact of inward FDI on local companies’ labour productivity: evidence from the Italian case
L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
International Journal of the Economics of Business 12 (1), 35-51, 2005
97*2005
“High performance” work practices, decentralization, and profitability: evidence from panel data
MG Colombo, M Delmastro, L Rabbiosi
Industrial and Corporate Change 16 (6), 1037-1067, 2007
842007
Technological similarity, post-acquisition R&D reorganization, and innovation performance in horizontal acquisitions
MG Colombo, L Rabbiosi
Research Policy 43 (6), 1039-1054, 2014
572014
How does knowledge transfer from foreign subsidiaries affect parent companies’ innovative capacity
L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
Danish Research Unit for Industrial Dynamics, 06-22, 2006
532006
Simultaneous versus sequential complementarity in the adoption of technological and organizational innovations: the case of innovations in the design sphere
G Battisti, MG Colombo, L Rabbiosi
Industrial and corporate change 24 (2), 345-382, 2015
51*2015
Outward FDI from the BRICs: Trends and patterns of acquisitions in advanced countries
F Bertoni, S Elia, L Rabbiosi
Emerging economies and firms in the global crisis, 47-82, 2013
41*2013
Organizing for external knowledge sourcing
MG Colombo, L Rabbiosi, T Reichstein
European Management Review 8 (3), 111-116, 2011
40*2011
The evolution of reverse knowledge transfer within multinational corporations
L Rabbiosi, PD Milano
Triple Helix 5 (3), 213-226, 2005
192005
Host country corruption and the organization of HQ–subsidiary relationships
L Rabbiosi, GD Santangelo
Journal of International Business Studies 50 (1), 111-124, 2019
16*2019
More inward FDI? Medium-term effects of foreign acquisitions on target company productivity
L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
Applied Economics Quarterly 50, 21-40, 2004
15*2004
The impact of MNCs’ foreign activities on the innovative performance of the parent companies
L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
DRUID Summer Conference, 14-16, 2004
132004
‘Mandates and mechanisms: Reverse knowledge transfer in MNEs
R Mudambi, L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
international conference ‘Four decades of International Business at Reading …, 2007
112007
The Impact of Reverse K0nowledge Transfer on the Parent Company's Innovativeness: Which Role for Organizational Mechanisms and Subsidiary's Characteristics?
L Rabbiosi
Multinationals and Local Competitiveness, 167-195, 2009
62009
Organizational design and firm performance
MG Colombo, M Delmastro, L Rabbiosi
Oxford handbook of managerial economics. Oxford, England: Oxford University …, 2012
52012
The impact of knowledge transfer on MNEs’ parent companies. Evidence from the Italian case'
L Piscitello, L Rabbiosi
Do Multinationals Feed Local Development and Growth, 169-194, 2007
52007
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