Department of Strategy and Innovation

  • Center for Corporate Governance
Professor with special responsibilities

Room: KIL/14.A-3.81

Larissa Rabbiosi (PhD, Politecnico di Milano) is Professor (MSO) in International Business at Copenhagen Business School. Her research concerns the relationship between the organization of firms and their strategic processes with a particular focus on knowledge transfer, innovation, and international expansion. Her current research interests include the relationship between immigrants and firm performance, institutions and multinational corporations’ strategies, and post-acquisition integration management.


Primary research areas
  • The relationship between diasporas and firms’ performance (e.g., internationalization, collaborations, innovation)

  • Corruption and multinational corporations

  • HQ-subsidiary relationships

  • Knowledge transfer

  • Post-acquisition integration: processes and effects


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International Business Strategy, Bachelor in International Business & Politics


Selected publications

Rabbiosi L., Santangelo G.D., “Host country corruption and the organization of HQ-subsidiary relationships”, Journal of International Business Studies, forthcoming.

Colombo M.G., Rabbiosi L., 2014, “Technological similarity, post-acquisition R&D reorganization and innovation performance in horizontal acquisition”. Research Policy, Vol. 43, pp. 1039-1054.

Rabbiosi L., Santangelo G.D., 2013, “Parent company's benefits from reverse knowledge transfer:  The role of the liability of newness in MNEs”, Journal of World Business, Vol. 48(1), pp. 160–170.

Minbaeva D., Mäkelä K., Rabbiosi L., 2012, “Linking HRM and knowledge transfer via individual-level mechanisms”, Human Resource Management, May–June, Vol. 51(3), pp. 387–405.

Rabbiosi L., 2011. “Subsidiary roles and reverse knowledge transfer: an investigation of the effects of coordination mechanisms”, Journal of International Management, Vol. 17, pp. 97-113.


Publications sorted by:
Larissa Rabbiosi; Aleksandra Gregoric; Tamara Stucchi / Diaspora Ownership and Homeland Firms' Internationalization
In: Journal of International Management, 11.1.2019
Journal article > peer review
Larissa Rabbiosi; Grazia D. Santangelo / Host country corruption and the organization of HQ–subsidiary relationships
In: Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 50, No. 1, 2.2019, p. 111-124
Journal article > peer review
Jasper J. Hotho; Dana Minbaeva; Maral Muratbekova-Touron; Larissa Rabbiosi / Coping with Favoritism in Recruitment and Selection : A Communal Perspective.
In: Journal of Business Ethics, 22.12.2018
Journal article > peer review
Dana Minbaeva; Larissa Rabbiosi; Günter K. Stahl / Not Walking the Talk? : How Host Country Cultural Orientations May Buffer the Damage of Corporate Values’ Misalignment in Multinational Corporations.
In: Journal of World Business, Vol. 53, No. 6, 2018, p. 880-895
Journal article > peer review
Sara Vardi; Dana Minbaeva; Larissa Rabbiosi / The Effect of Talent Management on Individual Performance
Paper presented at 7th Workshop on Talent Management, 2018
Phillip Christopher Nell; Larissa Rabbiosi / Too Much Focus on Point Estimates : A Severe Trap in Hc Analytics.
Frederiksberg : Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2018, 3 p.
Working paper
Massimo G. Colombo; Solon Moreira; Larissa Rabbiosi / Learning-By-Being-Acquired : Post-Acquisition R&D Team Reorganization and Knowledge Transfer.
Paper presented at The DRUID 20th Anniversary Conference 2016, 2016
Paper > peer review
Massimo Gaetano Colombo; Solon Moreira; Larissa Rabbiosi / Learning-by-Being-Acquired : Post-acquisition R&D Team Reorganization and Knowledge Transfer.
In: Proceedings of the Seventy-sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. ed. /John Humphreys. Briar Cliff Manor, NY : Academy of Management 2016, p. 1736-1741 (Academy of Management Proceedings)
Article in proceedings > peer review
Massimo G. Colombo; Solon Moreira; Larissa Rabbiosi / Acquired Inventors’ Productivity after Horizontal Acquisition : Managing the R&D Integration Process.
Paper presented at The DRUID Society Conference 2015, 2015
Paper > peer review
Giuliana Battisti; Larissa Rabbiosi; Massimo G. Colombo / Simultaneous Versus Sequential Complementarity in the Adoption of Technological and Organizational Innovations : The Case of Innovations in the Design Sphere.
In: Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol. 24, No. 2, 2015, p. 345-382
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