Senior Project Advisor
international business, subsidiaries, pharmaceuticals, FDI, foreign direct investment, sanctions, global owners, ownership
This research explores, with a large dataset, how global owners moderate the negative relationship between foreign direct investment and sanctions intensity. To explore the impact different factors have on subsidiaries, the top ten Japanese pharmaceutical companies’ data was collected over five years. This research describes the methods utilized to collect the data from the Japanese pharmaceutical companies, followed by the statistical regression used to analyze the outcomes. Finally, the data explores international business implications from the analysis.
Walsh, Maeve, "Value Beyond Borders: Moderating Effects of Global Owners on the Negative Relationship between FDI and Sanctions Intensity" (2023). WWU Honors College Senior Projects. 753.
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