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Title: Organizational commitment and intent to leave in senior executives of multinational firm subsidiaries: Cultural and governance-participation influences
Other Titles: Compromiso organizativo e intención de abandono del directivo de la subsidiaria en la empresa multinacional: Influencias culturales y de participación en el gobierno
Authors: García-Cabrera, Antonia M. 
García Soto, María Gracia 
UNESCO Clasification: 5309 Organización industrial y políticas gubernamentales
Keywords: Multinacionales
Internacionalización de empresas
Issue Date: 2009
Journal: CEDE. Cuadernos de Economía y Dirección de Empresa 
Abstract: The current work responds to the lack of studies analysing the antecedents and consequences of organisational commitment in the context of senior executives in MNC subsidiaries. A simultaneous equations analysis using a sample of 101 senior executives of subsidiaries of multinationals with foreign direct investment in Spain confirms that these managers' intent to leave the subsidiary and the multinational is determined by affective commitment and by continuance commitment in its two dimensions (high sacrifice and low alternatives), and that these commitments are in turn determined by the managers' cultural values and their participation in the governance of the firm. The current research offers contributions in three areas. Theoretically, it sheds light on the culture-commitment and governance-commitment relations, and on the explanatory value of affective and continuance commitments. The work offers methodological contributions that should help guide future research. Finally, the work also offers practical recommendations for company managers.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/45323
ISSN: 1138-5758
Source: Cuadernos de Economia y Direccion de la Empresa [ISSN 1138-5758], n. 40, p. 111-141
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