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Management and International Review
This paper investigates the sources of variability of MNC performance in different areas of the world, particularly the influence of corporate-level factors, the geographical areas, and their specific industries. The key goal is to measure to what extent MNC corporate-level resources, such as ownership advantages and core competencies, affect the performance of the MNC´s international subsidiaries. Keywords Variance decomposition analysis shows that between 5% and 12% of the performance of MNCsdoi:10.1007/978-3-322-90995-4_2 fatcat:bbttm7c57bhtneh6kbqa3c3aie