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|Title:||Antecedents of trust in international joint ventures' (IJVS) performance in developing countries: A review of empirical evidence|
|Keywords:||International joint ventures;Trust;Performance;Commitment;Partner fits factors;Relational factor;Religion;Country risk|
|Citation:||European, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems 2011 (EMCIS2011)|
|Abstract:||Trust in international joint venture has received much attention for the last 20 years. This study highlights the importance of social capital in international joint ventures (IJVs) in developing countries. This paper assesses the impact of antecedents of trust on performance of international joint ventures in developing countries, which is based on social exchange theory. Little attention has been paid to exploring the concept in IJV. The impacts of components of inter partner-fits and relational factors on trust and the effect of trust on performance of IJVs will be considered. In addition the impact of religion and country risk on level of trust in IJVs in these countries will be evaluated. A framework has been developed based on this review analyses and integrates empirical evidence in order to identify convergence and conflict in IJV. The paper addresses a problem of relevance to both international academics and practitioners in addressing managerial implications. It is hoped that the study will provide a meaningful implication to the process of selection of IJV partners.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business and Management|
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