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.


​Oxford Handbook of Industry Dynamics.

Kipping, M., T. Furukawa, and D. Eleanor Westney. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, Forthcoming.

"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.

"Reflecting on Japan’s Contributions to Management Theory."

Westney, D. Eleanor. Asian Business and Management. Forthcoming.

"Reversing the Translation Flow: Moving Organizational Practices from Japan to the U.S."

Westney, D. Eleanor, and Rebecca Piekkari. Journal of Management Studies. Forthcoming.

"What Happened to the Transnational? The Emergence of the Neo-Global Corporation."

Jacqueline Mees-Bursch, Catherine Welsch, and D. Eleanor Westney. Journal of International Business Studies. Forthcoming.

"Changing MNEs."

Westney, D. Eleanor. Japan MNE Insights, April 2019.

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