Marketa Rickley

There are 6 included publications by Marketa Rickley :

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Cultural generalists and cultural specialists: Examining the international experience portfolios of subsidiary executives in multinational firms 2019 163 On the basis of the observation that today’s executives increasingly possess significant international experiences, this study of foreign subsidiary executive staffing strategies looks beyond the local/expatriate dichotomy and shifts the theoretical ...
Effects of video lecture design and production quality on student outcomes: A quasi-experiment exploiting change in online course development principles 2021 67 In seeking competitive advantage, many online graduate programs have turned to improving the quality of video lectures by investing in instructional designers and in-studio production. However, it is unclear how much video lecture design and producti...
Estimating the determinants of executive selection in multinational companies: A two-sided matching model 2018 109 Using a unique dataset on subsidiary executive appointments in multinational banks and a competitive assignment matching model, this study investigates executive selection in the international labour market. The international context is characterised...
How composition and compilation of international experience in groups influences knowledge sharing: a theoretical model 2021 44 PurposeThis study presents a conceptual model of knowledge sharing in global organizations, examining the facilitating role of international experience through cognitive, relational and structural social capital perspectives.Design/methodology/approa...
International experience as a microfoundation of foreign subsidiary performance: A multilevel model 2021 127 In multinational companies, international experience by managers is considered a source of competitive advantage. Yet we know little about whether the positive consequences of personal international experience persist when aggregated in top managemen...
Managing institutional distance: Examining how firm-specific advantages impact foreign subsidiary CEO staffing 2018 131 Based on the insight that superior access to knowledge can help foreign firms overcome liabilities of foreignness, we examine whether possession of firm-specific advantages shifts foreign firms’ CEO staffing strategies from local managers, who provid...