U.S. Based Lobbying Efforts and the Liability of Foreignness

william kline

Pennsylvania State University

Dr. Kline is an assistant professor of management at Pennsylvania State University - Harrisburg. He received his Ph.D. in Strategic Management from the Fox School of Business at Temple University. He is a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society, and the CFA Institute in Charlottesville, Virginia. Dr. Kline's research interests include managerial decision theory, executive compensation, and firm performance.  

Abstract

The liability of foreignness (LOF) is a well-established concept that captures the disadvantages experienced by foreign-based firms as they compete with local firms (Zaheer, 1995). Expenses stemming from the LOF vary by... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

william kline (Pennsylvania State University), Richard Brown (Pennsylvania State University)

Topic Area

Topics: Marketing & International Business

Session

MK1 » Lobbying/Globalization/Attitude Toward Women Managers (08:45 - Friday, 24th February, Wando)

Paper

Foreignness_and_CPA.pdf

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