Strategy and Management of Organizations in Emerging Economies

ABOUT THE PROJECT

In the context of emerging economies, we focus on the research processes and practices related to: strategy development and implementation, organizational capabilities, knowledge transfer, governance and human resources management. We apply strategies and management theories through models and tools designed for decision making and sustainable development for organizations in emerging economies. Theoretical approaches to strategy, institutionalism, culture and stake holdings are the main pillars of our research program.

 

RESEARCH LINES

• Human resource management in organizations
• Organizational governance
• Best practice transfer
• Institutional influences on business strategies

LEADER

Anabella del Rosario Dávila Martínez (Miembro del SNI - Nivel II)
 

CORE RESEARCHERS

Laura Zapata Cantú
Mauricio Cervantes Zepeda
Christiane Andrea Molina Brockmann
Andreas M. Hartmann


DISTINGUISHED RESEARCHER

Tatiana Kostova, University of South Carolina


EXTERNAL PROFESSORS

Jesús Benjamín Rodríguez García
Pol Herrmann

RESEARCHERS AND STUDENTS

DOCTORAL STUDENTS

Luis Gutiérrez
Luis Carlos Rodríguez
Ma. Teresa Ríos
Salvador Guajardo
Ana Beatriz Salas
Alejandro Ramírez
Claudia Gómez

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Davila, A. (2017). Exploring HRM systems in the Multilatina enterprise. In V. Andonova & M. Losada-Otalora (Eds.). Multilatinas: Strategies for Internationalization. Cambridge University Press.

Davila, A., & Molina, C. (2015). From silent to salient stakeholders. A study of a coffee cooperative and the dynamic of social relationships. Business & Society. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0007650315619626

Zapata-Cantu, L. E., & Mondragon, C. E. (2016). Knowledge management in Mexican NPOs: A comparative study in organizations with a local and national presence. Journal of Knowledge Management, 20(1), 69-87. doi:10.1108/JKM-12-2014-0494

Zapata-Cantu, L., Delgado, J. H. C., & Gonzalez, F. R. (2016). Resource and dynamic capabilities in business excellence models to enhance competitiveness. TQM Journal, 28(6), 847-868. doi:10.1108/TQM-03-2014-0030

Cervantes-Zepeda, M., Lemus-Delgado, D., & Montalvo-Corzo, R. (2017). Implementing innovative financial models in different cultures: a comparative analysis of China and Mexico. Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, 24(3), 508-528, https://doi.org/10.1108/CCSM-09-2016-0170

Cervantes, M., Montoya, M. y Bernal, A. (2017). The Contrasts of microcredit and some unresolved institutional challenges of microfinance: Evidence from México. EconoQuantum, forthcoming
ISSN: 2007-9869

Molina, C. (2012). Understanding institutional plurality in multinational enterprises: The roles of institutional logic and social identification (pp. 399–423). In T. Devinney, T. Pedersen and L. Tihanyi (Eds.). Advances in International Management: Vol. 25. Institutional Theory in International Business and Management. Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Monforte, G., Hartmann, A. M., & Farías, G. M. (2017). Declaraciones institucionales y percepciones individuales sobre la sustentabilidad en escuelas de negocios mexicanas. Contaduría y Administración, 62(1), 5-24. doi:10.1016/j.cya.2016.04.006

Hartmann, A. M. (2014). The theory of cultural dimensions. In I. Management Association (Ed.), Cross-Cultural Interaction: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (pp. 285-306). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-4979-8.ch018