Tarun Khanna
Tarun Khanna
Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor at the Harvard Business School
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Why focused strategies may be wrong for emerging markets
T Khanna, K Palepu
Harvard business review 75 (4), 41-51, 1997
Is group affiliation profitable in emerging markets? An analysis of diversified Indian business groups
T Khanna, K Palepu
The journal of finance 55 (2), 867-891, 2000
Do firms learn to create value? The case of alliances
BN Anand, T Khanna
Strategic management journal 21 (3), 295-315, 2000
The dynamics of learning alliances: Competition, cooperation, and relative scope
T Khanna, R Gulati, N Nohria
Strategic management journal 19 (3), 193-210, 1998
Estimating the performance effects of business groups in emerging markets
T Khanna, JW Rivkin
Strategic management journal 22 (1), 45-74, 2001
Business groups in emerging markets: Paragons or parasites?
T Khanna, Y Yafeh
Journal of Economic literature 45 (2), 331-372, 2007
The future of business groups in emerging markets: Long-run evidence from Chile
T Khanna, K Palepu
Academy of Management journal 43 (3), 268-285, 2000
Winning in emerging markets: A road map for strategy and execution
T Khanna, KG Palepu
Harvard Business Press, 2010
Strategies that fit emerging markets
T Khanna, KG Palepu, J Sinha
International Business Strategy, 615-631, 2015
Negative emissions—Part 2: Costs, potentials and side effects
S Fuss, WF Lamb, MW Callaghan, J Hilaire, F Creutzig, T Amann, ...
Environmental research letters 13 (6), 063002, 2018
Emerging giants: Building world-class compaines in developing countries
T Khanna, KG Palepu
Harvard business review 84 (10), 2006
The structure of licensing contracts
BN Anand, T Khanna
The Journal of Industrial Economics 48 (1), 103-135, 2000
Negative emissions—Part 1: Research landscape and synthesis
JC Minx, WF Lamb, MW Callaghan, S Fuss, J Hilaire, F Creutzig, T Amann, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (6), 063001, 2018
The nature of diversified business groups: A research design and two case studies
P Ghemawat, T Khanna
The Journal of Industrial Economics 46 (1), 35-61, 1998
Business groups and risk sharing around the world
T Khanna, Y Yafeh
The Journal of Business 78 (1), 301-340, 2005
Emerging market business groups, foreign intermediaries, and corporate governance
T Khanna, K Palepu
Concentrated corporate ownership, 265-294, 2000
Foundations of neural networks
T Khanna
Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co., Inc., 1990
Unilateral commitments and the importance of process in alliances
R Gulati, T Khanna, N Nohria
MIT Sloan Management Review 35 (3), 61, 1994
Policy shocks, market intermediaries, and corporate strategy: The evolution of business groups in Chile and India
T Khanna, K Palepu
Journal of Economics & Management Strategy 8 (2), 271-310, 1999
Disclosure practices of foreign companies interacting with US markets
T Khanna, KG Palepu, S Srinivasan
Journal of accounting research 42 (2), 475-508, 2004
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