On the economic side, the eclectic paradigm
is the preeminent theoretical paradigm within International Business (Cantwell, Dunning, & Lundan, 2010).
The main objective of the paper is to empirically examine the impact of three important aspects of Eclectic Paradigm
that is ownership, location and internalization on FDI inflows by using different variables for each sub-paradigm.
As an eclectic paradigm
the OLI-model is a summary of various theories specifically related to the formation of multinational companies.
It uses the eclectic paradigm
of Dunning, (6) also known as the ownership-location-internalization advantages (OLI) framework, adjusted to the specific circumstances of Russian capital in the Visegrad Four.
The third filter is "Foreign Location Advantage." It is related to Dunning's (1988) "asset (ownership) advantages" in the eclectic paradigm
and selects firms that have chosen to commit resources across borders, thus becoming international.
While the ICT chapters draw upon the endogenous growth theory, the FDI chapter mostly builds upon John Dunning's "eclectic paradigm
The eclectic paradigm
is widely regarded as an overarching explanation of international production (Dunning, 2000).
Formalizing internationalization in the eclectic paradigm
. Journal of International Business Studies, 40, 58-70.
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 IDP stems from Dunning's eclectic paradigm
framework of international production or what has become known as the OIL framework (Dunning, 1988a, 2001).
This taxonomy, known as the Eclectic paradigm
, or simply as OLI, includes three vectors: ownership, location and internalization.