D Eleanor Westney

Emeritus | Faculty

D Eleanor Westney


Eleanor Westney's long-term research interest is learning across borders (i.e., how organizational patterns developed in one social context are adapted in other societies). She is currently working on the internationalization of R&D, particularly in the context of firms establishing R&D centers in Japan, and Japanese firms setting up R&D facilities offshore.


"From Star to Dog - and Back? Changing Western Perspectives on Japan’s Business System."

Westney, D. Eleanor. Tokyo, Japan: Hitotsubashi University Institute for Innovation Research, Forthcoming.

"Language as a Meeting Ground for Research on the MNC and Organization Theory."

Piekkari, Rebecca and D. Eleanor Westney. In Multinational Corporations and Organization Theory: Post Millennium Perspectives, 193 - 232. Somerville, MA: Emerald Publishing Limited, 2017.

"A New Way of Thinking about Resource Development: a Values-based Approach."

Ross, Richard A., and D. Eleanor Westney. In Re-Imagining Capitalism: Building a Responsible Long-Term Model, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2016.

"The Organizational Architecture of the Multinational Corporation."

Westney, D. Eleanor. In Orchestration of the Global Network Organization (Advances in International Management, Volume 27), 5-22. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2014.

"Internationalization in Japan's Service Industries."

Asakawa, Kazuhiro, Kiyohiko Ito, Elizabeth L. Rose and D. Eleanor Westney. Asia Pacific Journal of Management Vol. 30, No. 4 (2013): 1155-1168.

"Evolutionary Perspectives on the Internationalization of R&D in Japanese Multinational Corporations."

Asakawa, Kazuhiro and D. Eleanor Westney. Asian Business and Management Vol. 12, (2013): 115-141.

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