Michel Hermans
IAE Universidad Austral
Software deploymentHuman resourcesOrganizational effectivenessHigher educationEmerging marketsProactivityBusinessLatin AmericansWork (electrical)Political scienceInternational businessStakeholderHuman resource managementPerspective (graphical)GlobalizationCompetition (economics)Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)Public relationsDevelopment economicsKnowledge managementInternationalization
19Publications
5H-index
99Citations
Publications 20
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Purpose This paper aims to provide insights into the internationalization strategic responses to the COVID-19 pandemic by higher education institutions (HEIs) in Latin America. Design/methodology/approach This study is based on information from eight leading Latin American private universities. The data were obtained from official sources such as institutional communications and university administrators. Findings The authors identify two main issues that HEIs should consider while responding to...
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#1Michel Hermans (IAE Universidad Austral)H-Index: 5
#2Michael D. Ulrich (USU: Utah State University)H-Index: 9
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#7Carlos Rodríguez (INCAE Business School)H-Index: 27
#8Erica Salvaj (Universidad del Desarrollo)H-Index: 7
Last. Dinorá Eliete FlorianiH-Index: 7
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● Purpose: This study builds on embedded approaches to stakeholder management and examines how organizational decision-makers consider social responsibility towards proximal stakeholders in crises that encompass an entire system of stakeholder relationships. ● Design/methodology/approach: Within a criterion-based sample of eight Latin American private universities, we develop in-depth exploratory case studies to examine the prioritization of stakeholders in Higher Education Institutions’ (HEI) d...
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#1Marcelo J. Alvarado-Vargas (UT: University of Toledo)H-Index: 4
#2Michel Hermans (Austral University)H-Index: 5
Last. William Newburry (College of Business Administration)H-Index: 23
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Abstract Local employees have different perceptions of the career opportunities they can derive from firms’ internationalization when compared to the senior managers who manage this process. We argue that perceptions of internationalization-related career advancement opportunities represent a perceived fit between employees and organizations. We examine this fit within a sample of 845 local employees from eleven Latin American countries. Our findings suggest that the degree of firm international...
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#1Carlos RodríguezH-Index: 27
#2Miguel CordovaH-Index: 4
Last. F. Monje
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This study aims to draw researchers’ attention to the need to differentiate within the emerging market multinational companies (EMNCs) category. This study focuses on international business in Latin America to argue that the region’s specific institutional characteristics have consequences for within-firm decision-making regarding internationalization strategies. Additionally, the study suggests that to develop a more specific understanding of international business in emerging markets, it is im...
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#1Michel HermansH-Index: 5
The volatility that characterizes the Latin American region requires organizations to implement changes frequently. Employees who perceive a high intensity of organizational change are more likely ...
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#1Michel HermansH-Index: 5
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