Reverse dependency: A longitudinal case study investigation into headquarter- subsidiary relationship in the context of an emerging economy
This study provides a conceptual framework and typology to measure headquarters and subsidiary dependency on capabilities and resources. Using an in-depth longitudinal case study approach, it highlights a novel phenomenon called "reverse dependency," which indicates that a headquarters dependency on its subsidiary is rising. This is an emerging phenomenon, probably related to increased globalization and convergence of world economies. The study offers implications for the theory of subsidiary entrepreneurship and location embeddedness. 2016
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