Anirvan Pant

Indian Institute of Management Bangalore

Doctoral Student

Bannerghatta Road

Bangalore, 560076

India

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The Liabilities of Origin: An Emerging Economy Perspective on the Costs of Doing Business Abroad

ADVANCES IN INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT: THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT, Devinney, TM, Pedersen, T & L Tihanyi, eds., Vol. 23, New York, NY: Emerald, 2010
Number of pages: 58 Posted: 30 Apr 2010
J. Ramachandran and Anirvan Pant
Indian Institute of Management Bangalore and Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
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costs of doing business abroad, emerging economy MNEs, liability of foreignness, liabilities of origin, organizational legitimacy, organizational identity

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Building the BoP Producer Ecosystem: The Evolving Engagement of Fabindia with Indian Handloom Artisans

Journal of Product Innovation Management, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 44 Posted: 18 Aug 2010
J. Ramachandran, Anirvan Pant and Saroj Kumar Pani
Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore and Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Indore
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Base of the Pyramid Producer, Management Innovation, Handloom Artisan, Organizational Form, Poverty Alleviation

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Navigating Identity Duality in Multinational Subsidiaries: A Paradox Lens on Identity Claims at Hindustan Unilever 1959–2015

Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 48, Issue 6, 2017
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 30 Apr 2018
Anirvan Pant and J. Ramachandran
Indian Institute of Management Bangalore and Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
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managerial cognition, history in international business, subsidiary development, expansion, and growth, institutional environment, organizational identity, paradox