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CEO管理认知异质性与跨国公司OFDI政治风险区位偏好--基于中国跨国公司微观数据

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    • Alternate Title:
      Heterogeneity of CEO Managerial Cognition and Location Preference for OFDI Political Risk in Multinational Enterprises:Based on the Micro Data of Chinese Multinational Enterprises.
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      From the perspective of the heterogeneity of CEO managerial cognition, and based on the upper echelons theory, the mechanism and boundary conditions of CEO managerial cognitive heterogeneity on OFDI’s location preference for political risk were investigated by means of the data of multinational enterprises listed in Shenzhen and Shanghai Stock Exchange of China from 2009 to 2017.The results showed that a significant U-shaped relationship exists between CEO managerial cognitive heterogeneity (two dimensions of explicit knowledge and tacit knowledge) and OFDI’s location preference for political risk, but the positive moderating effect of CEO risk bearing on the U-shaped relationship between CEO managerial cognition heterogeneity and OFDI’s location preference for political risk is not significant. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      以CEO管理认知异质性为视角,选择2009~2017年中国沪深两市跨国公司OFDI事件为研究样本,基于高阶理论探索CEO管理认知异质性与跨国公司OFDI政治风险区位偏好之间的逻辑关系与边界条件.结果表明:CEO管理认知异质性(显性知识和隐性知识两个维度)与跨国公司OFDI政治风险区位偏好之间存在显著的U型关系,CEO风险忍受对CEO管理认知异质性与跨国公司OFDI政治风险区位偏好之间U型关系的正向调节作用不显著. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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