hgmsc

Department of Management, Society and Communication

  • Centre for Business and Development Studies (CBDS)
Henrik
Gundelach
Research assistant
,
PhD


Room: DH.Ø.2.108
Tel:
+4538153345
E-mail: hg.msc@cbs.dk
Henrik Gundelach
Presentation

My research interests are in the area of multi-national firms operating in emerging economies and developing countries with a particular focus on market entry and the determinants of subsidiary performance in an African context. My research on market entry concentrates on early entry strategies and organisational inertia, and research on subsidiary performance has focused on the importance of experiential learning. Based on my extensive international managerial career, I strive to conduct my research in a participative form by working closely with key stakeholders to understand complex business issues.

Primary research areas
  • International business
  • Firm strategy, organization and management in emerging markets
  • Foreign direct investment in and from developing countries
  • Subsidiary performance

 

Curriculum Vitae
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Courses

BSc: Strategy; HD: Sustainability in Business

Supervision

Supervision of bachelor and master thesis; advisor on CEMS business projects

Other teaching activities

International Summer University Programme: International Strategic Management; International Business and Sustainability

Publications sorted by:
2021
Henrik Gundelach / Performance Determinants : An Investigation of the Relationship between Resources, Experience and Performance in Challenging Business Environments.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School [Phd] 2021, 241 p. (PhD Series, No. 29.2021)
Ph.D. thesis
2020
Henrik Gundelach; Michael W. Hansen / Overcoming the Double Whammy of Liability of Foreignness and Industry Outsidership : The Role of Financial Intermediaries in Opening Africa to Institutional Investors.
Paper presented at 46th EIBA Annual Conference 2020 (Online), 2020
Paper > peer review
Henrik Gundelach; Michael W. Hansen / The Dynamics of Entry Mode Choice in Challenging Business Environments : An Exploratory Study of Medium Sized Exporters' Entry into Africa.
In: International Journal of Export Marketing, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2020, p. 174-203
Journal article > peer review
Michael W. Hansen; Henrik Gundelach / Turning the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into Business Opportunities : Learnings from the Danish Industries project "From Philanthropy to Business" 2018-2020.
København : Industriens Fond 2020, 40 p.
Report
2019
Henrik Gundelach; Michael W. Hansen / Early Stage Internationalisation in Challenging Business Environments : An Exploratory Study of Modes Adopted by Medium-sized Enterprises Seeking Market Entry in Kenya.
In: ANZIBA 2019 Conference Proceedings2019
Article in proceedings > peer review
Henrik Gundelach; Bo Bernhard Nielsen / ROA, ROE, Market Share or Survival : How to Appropriately Measure Subsidiary Performance?.
Paper presented at 45th EIBA Annual Conference 2019, 2019
Paper > peer review
Henrik Gundelach; Michael W. Hansen; Bo Bernhard Nielsen / Subsidiary Performance in Emerging Economies and Developing Countries : Influence of Host Country Experience.
Abstract from Academy for International Business, 2019
Conference abstract for conference > peer review
2018
Henrik Gundelach; Michael W. Hansen / Early Stage Internationalisation in Challenging Business Environments : An Exploratory Study of Modes Adopted by Medium-Sized Enterprises Seeking Market Entry in Kenya.
Paper presented at The 44th EIBA Annual Conference 2018. European International Business Academy, 2018
Paper > peer review
Michael W. Hansen; Henrik Gundelach / Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries : Engine of Development or Tool of Exploitation?.
In: Globalisation and the International Economy. ed. /Michael Hedegaard. København : Djøf Forlag 2018, p. 151-161
Book chapter
Michael W. Hansen; Henrik Gundelach / Opportunities and Challenges for Danish Medium-sized Exporters in Africa : Lessons Learned from the DI Africanisation Project 2016–18.
København : Dansk Industri 2018, 48 p.
Report
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