Home | TNCCS | TNCR | Journal Online | Submissions | Memberships | Conferences | Community | Chinese 中文
TNCR News
 Current location: News & Events > TNCR News > CALL FOR PAPERS - Emerging Markets, Multinationals and Economic Development  
Search:
CALL FOR PAPERS - Emerging Markets, Multinationals and Economic Development
TNC ONLINE   2017-11-25 17:46:13 Author:TNCR Source: Font size:[Large][Middle][Small]
Emerging Markets, Multinationals and Economic Development 
A special issue of the Transnational Corporations Review (TNCR)
www.tandfonline.com/rncr, www.tnc-online.net
Guest Editors
Anne Miroux and Lourdes Casanova

There are few studies that examine whether outward foreign direct investment (FDI) from emerging markets (EMs) and transnational corporations (TNCs) from these countries promote innovation and accelerate development around the globe. With the support from experts in the Emerging Markets Institute (EMI) at Cornell University, this call intends to contribute to scholarly literature on TNCs, FDI, institutional innovation, growth and development, and seeks qualified manuscripts for a global readership, including policy makers, multinational managers, business analysts and academia. The proposed special issue aims at deepening the research and analysis of the opportunities and challenges that transnational corporations’ face, and the implications of Emerging Market Multinationals (eMNCs)’ expansion for global growth and business environment. Topics include but are not limited to:

  • The role eMNCs play in global growth and development
  • eMNCs in global and regional value chains
  • The role of the government in eMNCs’ international expansion
  • Perspectives from China, India, Africa and Latin America
  • eMNCs’ Investment strategies

Transnational Corporations Review (TNCR) is an academic journal promoted by the Transnational Corporations Council of Studies (TNCCS), headquartered in Ottawa, Canada. Since 2009, the TNCR has served as one of the few outlets in international business and political economy that encourages and publishes cooperative efforts among academics, policy makers and industry practitioners. Published quarterly, the TNCR is an international journal that places a particular emphasis on the presence and interactions of eMNCs within the global economy, while providing a unique balance of both macro and micro issues.

Guided by double-blind review process, the TNCR seeks to publish high-quality articles, including empirical and theoretical analysis as well as literature review, which contribute to better understand the role of foreign investments in economic growth, and development. Specifically, the TNCR encourages opinion articles and research notes, and motivates recent PhDs to submit their doctoral synopsis

Author’s Benefits

Authors will have the following benefits:

  •  Fast-track review; the guaranteed response time is two months
  •  Easy & fast publication process
  •  Fair, rigorous peer review process
  •  Inclusion in many Abstracts/Indexes/Membership: ALJC, AMICUS, ASSIA, Cabell's, CrossRef, EBSCO, EconLit, IBSS, IBZ, PAIS, ProQuest, RePEc, SPD, SSRN, and Ulrichs
  •  Wide dissemination in key emerging markets, such as China, Brazil, Korea, South Africa and India thanks to TNCR’s network

Paper submission with inquiries: The manuscripts should be submitted by email at: tncr.special@gmail.com and/or am2449@cornell.edu.

The special issue welcomes original papers, review papers, technical reports and case studies. Abstract/proposals should be sent by December 31, 2017. The deadline for manuscripts is on May 31, 2018. All submissions will need to conform to the usual requirements of the TNCR and will be peer reviewed as normal. We plan for this special issue to be finalized by the second half 2018.

(Updated/reviewed by the TNCR team: November 23, 2017)

Enclosed the two invited editor’s bio information 

Lourdes Casanova is the Senior Lecturer and Director of the Emerging Markets Institute in the Johnson School of Management, at Cornell University. Formerly at INSEAD, she specializes in international business with focus on emerging market multinationals. In 2014 and 2015, she was named one of the 50 most influential Iberoamerican intellectuals by Esglobal. She has also been a Faculty Fellow at the Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future and was a Fulbright Scholar, earning her Master degree from the University of Southern California and her PhD from the University of Barcelona. She has been a visiting professor at the Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley; Judge Business School, University of Cambridge and Latin American Centre, University of Oxford; University of Zurich and Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. She was a consultant with the Inter-American Development Bank and directed executive programs at INSEAD for senior managers including Telefónica, BBVA, Cemex and the Brazilian Confederation of Industries.

Dr. Casanova’s publications include: Entrepreneurship and the Finance of Innovation in Emerging Markets, Elsevier, 2017, co-authored with P. Cornelius and S. Dutta; the Emerging Market Multinationals Report 2016: The China Surge, co-authored with A. Miroux; The Political Economy of an Emerging Global Power: In Search of the Brazil Dream, Palgrave Macmillan 2014, co-authored with J. Kassum; and ‘Global Latinas: Latin America’s emerging multinationals’ Palgrave Macmillan 2009. She also co-authored ‘Innovalatina, Fostering Innovation in Latin America’, Ariel 2011, and has contributed articles in journals including Beijing Business Review, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Business and Politics and Foreign Affairs Latinoamérica. She is a member of Latin America Global Agenda Council and the Competitiveness in Latin America taskforce of the World Economic Forum, the B20 Task Force on ICT and Innovation in G20 summit, Los Cabos (2012), and at INSEAD was responsible for the Goldman Sachs 10,000 women initiative. She is a board member of Boyce Tompson Institute, start-up Documenta. She is a founding Board Member of the Societé des Amis du Chateau de Fontainebleau and a member of the Advisory Council of the Tompkins Public Library. She is a founding board member of the Emerging Multinationals Research Network and co-founder of the Ithaca Hub of Global Shapers. She is writer of an op-ed at Latin Trade http://latintrade.com/ and regular contributor to CNN en español http://cnnespanol.cnn.com/.

Anne Miroux is a Faculty Fellow at the Emerging Markets Institute, Johnson School of Management at Cornell University. She has over 30 years of experience in international trade and finance. She began her career in the United Nations Centre on Transnational Corporations in New-York, and later joined the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) where she specialized on developing country debt, foreign direct investment and transnational corporations, and technology and innovation policies. For several years she headed the Investment Analysis Branch in UNCTAD and directed the World Investment Reports (WIR), the United Nations flagship report on FDI and transnational corporations and served as the Editor of the UN Transnational Corporations Journal. She published a number of papers and articles and led research projects and technical assistance activities in developing countries on debt, FDI and development.

Until late 2015 Anne Miroux was the Director of the Division on Technology and Logistics in UNCTAD, and Head of the Secretariat of the UN Commission on Science and Technology for Development (CSTD). She is a member of the Advisory Board of the Technology and Management Center of the Department of International Development at Oxford University. She is also a member of the Board of NetExplo. Anne Miroux has an MBA from HEC, Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales, and a diploma from IEP (Institut d'Etudes Politiques – Paris). She holds a PHD in Economics from University of Paris I - Sorbonne.

 


About Us Recruitment Advertisement Collaboration Sponsorship Publication Ethics Contact Us
OULA & DENFAR Copyright 2009-2020