The eclectic paradigm
is widely regarded as an overarching explanation of international production (Dunning, 2000).
The eclectic paradigm
of international production: A restatement and some possible extensions.
Conceptual foundation topics include key hypotheses that make internationalization theory the general theory of international strategic management; the new eclectic paradigm
and international business strategy; and the multinational enterprise as a global factory.
The importance of Dunning's extensive work, carried out over fifty years of academic life, and of his contributions, is evident in current references to his earlier work (DUNNING, 1958, 1972, 1973, 1977) on the Eclectic paradigm
and on the rationale of multinational enterprises and their investments abroad (DUNNING, 1981b, 2000).
We use the framework of the eclectic paradigm
to empirically investigate internationalization by U.
The recent attempts to update the eclectic paradigm
reflect the theoretical effort to account for the new global order.
Internalization approach was extended by Dunning (1980, 1988), through his eclectic paradigm
which posited that there were three major sets of interdependent factors that influenced the extent, geography and industrial composition of foreign production undertaken by a firm--Ownership advantages (O), Location advantages (L) and Internalization advantages (I).
By way of critically espousing claims in support of an eclectic paradigm
within the scope of community asset building in sago using agrarian societies, it is quite necessary to review the sago palm situation therein; so as to discuss the fundamental aims of promoting sustainable agriculture and participatory rural development in PNG.
Reappraising the Eclectic Paradigm
in an Age of Alliance Capitalism, Journal of International Business Studies , 26(3), 461-492.
1999), The Eclectic Paradigm
as an Envelope for Economic and Business Theories of MNE Activity, Rutgers University, Graduate School of Management, mimeo.
Formalizing internationalization in the eclectic paradigm
From OLI to OLMA: Incorporating Higher Levels of Environmental and Structural Complexity into the Eclectic Paradigm
, International Journal of the Economics of Business, 8, 2, 2001, pp.