What is it about?

This study analyzes how firms respond to institutional polycentrism, a governance system that emerges from multiple and independent centers of power that interact to determine and regulate an evolutionary overarching comprehensive social system of rules.

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Why is it important?

The article highlights that decisions based on rules established with past experience are unsuitable in contexts characterized by a multiplicity of foreign institutional forces. The joint interaction of these forces on the firm induces corporate entrepreneurs to respond to such pressures under a new, more flexible, and experimental approach

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The results indicate that institutional multiplicity generates a kind of calibration between these decision-making approaches, contributing to innovation processes in the company.

Dr Silvio L de Vasconcellos
Associacao Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing

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This page is a summary of: The moderating role of polycentric institutions in the relationship between effectuation/causation logics and corporate entrepreneur's decision‐making processes, Global Strategy Journal, August 2021, Wiley, DOI: 10.1002/gsj.1419.
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