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  1. Books/monographs published
  2. Published articles in refereed journals
  3. Published chapters in edited books
  4. PhD dissertation
  5. Refereed working papers
  6. Conference papers and proceedings, Workshop papers and Invited talks
  7. Published reviews
  8. Citation counts
  9. Citation metrics

a. Books/monographs published

Ibeh, K., Tolentino, P. E., Janne, O.E.M., & Liu, X. (Eds), (2017 forthcoming). Growth frontiers in international business. Palgrave Macmillan.
Tolentino, P. E. (2000). Multinational corporations: Emergence and evolution. London and New York: Routledge. Foreword by John Cantwell.
Tolentino, P. E. (1993). Technological innovation and Third World multinationals. London and New York: Routledge, 1993. Foreword by John Dunning. This book was based on my PhD dissertation, in which I received the 1989 Academy of International Business Richard N. Farmer Prize for authoring the best PhD dissertation in international business.
Dunning, J. H., & Cantwell, J. with Tolentino, P.E., & Province, F. (1987). The IRM directory of statistics of international investment and production. London: Macmillan and New York: New York University Press.

b. Published articles in refereed journals

Tolentino, P. E. (forthcoming). Technological innovation and emerging economy multinationals: The product cycle revisited. International Journal of Technology Management, Special Issue on Emerging economy multinationals, innovation and knowledge flows.
Tolentino, P. E. (2010). Home country macroeconomic factors and outward FDI of China and India. Journal of International Management, Special Issue on Emerging Multinationals: Outward Foreign Direct Investment from Emerging and Developing Economies, 16(2), 102-120.    http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.intman.2010.03.002
Tolentino, P. E. (2008). Explaining the competitiveness of multinational companies from developing economies: A critical review of the academic literature. International Journal of Technology and Globalisation, 4(1), 23-38. http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/IJTG.2008.016185
Simister, J. G., & Tolentino, P. E. (2006). Using confidence tricks to make people learn maths & stats. Maths, Stats and OR (MSOR) Connections, 6(2), 31-33.  http://dx.doi.org/10.11120/msor.2006.06020010
Tolentino, P. E. (2002). Hierarchical pyramids and heterarchical networks: Organisational strategies and structures of multinational corporations and its impact on world development. Contributions to Political Economy, Special Issue on Stephen Hymer, the Transnational Corporation and the Law of Uneven Development, 21(1), 69-89. https://doi.org/10.1093/cpe/21.1.69
Tolentino, P. E. (2001). From a theory to a paradigm: Examining the eclectic paradigm as a framework in international economics. International Journal of the Economics of Business, Special Issue on The Eclectic Paradigm of International Business: A Reappraisal, 8(2), 191-209. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13571510110051496
Tolentino, P. E. (2000). The conduct of industrial policy in an integrated Europe. International Review of Applied Economics, 14(3), 391-401. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02692170050084105
Tolentino, P. E. (2000). The growth of South Korean multinational corporations as a cause and effect of the 1997 financial crisis. Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 11(2), 187-202. https://doi.org/10.1177/02601079X00001100206
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(In alphabetical order) Arestis, P., Arrowsmith, J., Chang, H-J., Grieve Smith, J., Griffith-Jones, S., Hirst, P., Kitson, M., Michie, J., Panic, M., Sawyer, M., Singh, A., & Tolentino, P. E. (1999). An agenda for a new Bretton Woods. International Papers in Political Economy, 6(1), 1-52.
Tolentino, P. E. (1990). Overall trends of foreign direct investment. The CTC Reporter, 29, pp. 28-29.

c. Published chapters in edited books

Tolentino, P. E., Janne, O. E. M., & Chen, P-C. (2013). Examining strategy diversity and interdependence in the MNC’s subsidiaries and their functional activities. In Cook, G., & Johns, J. (Eds), The changing geography of international business (pp. 200-221). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Tolentino, P. E. (2012). The role of country of origin and Chinese OFDI. In Alon, I., Fetscherin, M., & Gugler, P. (Eds), Chinese international investments (pp. 54-80). Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Tolentino, P. E. (2006). Explaining multinational companies from the developing economies of East and Southeast Asia. In Yeung, H.W-C. (Ed.), Handbook of research on Asian business (pp. 409-427). Cheltenham, Glos and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar. Reprinted as paperback in 2008.
Tolentino, P. E. (2003). From a theory to a paradigm: Examining the eclectic paradigm as a framework in international economics. In Cantwell, J., & Narula, R. (Eds), International business and the eclectic paradigm: Developing the OLI framework (pp. 129-151). London and New York: Routledge.
Tolentino, P. E. (1999). Transnational rules for transnational corporations: What next? In Michie, J., & Grieve Smith, J. (Eds), Global instability: The political economy of world economic governance (pp. 171-197). London and New York: Routledge.
Tolentino, P. E. (1994). The industrial development of Third World outward investment. In Cantwell, J. (Ed.), Transnational corporations and innovatory activities, United Nations library on transnational corporations vol. XVII (pp. 315-360). London: Routledge. The United Nations Library on Transnational Corporations is a major reference source that brings together the most important research literature on all major economic, organizational, management, business and legal aspects of multinational corporations.

d. PhD dissertation

Tolentino, P. E. (1987). The global shift in international production: The growth of multinational enterprises from the developing countries; the Philippines. (Doctoral dissertation). University of Reading, Reading, U.K. I received the 1989 Academy of International Business Richard N. Farmer Prize for authoring the best PhD dissertation in international business. Published as a book in 1993.

e. Refereed working papers

Tolentino, P. E. (2008). The determinants of the outward foreign direct investment of China and India: Whither the home country? (Working Paper No. 2008-049). Maastrict: United Nations University-Maastricht Economic and Social Research and Training Centre on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT).
Tolentino, P. E. (1998). Transnational rules for transnational corporations: Where have we been and where are we leading? (Working Paper 98/12). London:  Birkbeck College, Department of Management and Business Studies.
Tolentino, P. E. (1997). Patterns of growth of multinational enterprises: The case of the resource scarce large countries (Working Paper No. 97/01). London: Birkbeck College, Department of Management and Business Studies.
Tolentino, P. E. (1996). Third World multinationals: Emergence and evolution (Working Paper No. 96/02). London: Birkbeck College, Department of Management and Business Studies.
Cantwell, J., & Tolentino, P. E. (1990). Technological accumulation and Third World multinationals (Discussion Papers in International Investment and Business Studies No. 139). Reading, U.K.:  University of Reading, Department of Economics.

f . Conference papers and proceedings, Workshop papers and Invited talks

Tolentino, P. E. (2016, December). Emerging market multinationals: Examining the limits and configurations of context-bound explanations. Invited talk presented at the Strategic Management Society Special Conference, Panel on Emerging market multinationals: The rise of the rest of Asia, Hong Kong SAR, People’s Republic of China.
Tolentino, P. E. (2014, April). Technological innovation and emerging economy multinationals: The product cycle model revisited. Paper presented at the 40th conference of the Academy of International Business – UK & Ireland chapter, York, U.K.
Janne, O., Tolentino, P. E., & Chen, P-C. (2013, December). Subsidiary innovation: Revitalising the integration-responsiveness framework. Selected for the Journal of International Business Studies Paper Development Workshop, Academy of International Business, Western Europe chapter, Bremen, Germany.
Janne, O., Tolentino, P. E., & Chen, P-C. (2013, December). Subsidiary innovation: Revitalising the integration-responsiveness framework. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Conference of the European International Business Academy, Bremen, Germany.
Tolentino, P. E. (2013, October). The future of the UK’s prosperity lies in exports to Asia Pacific. Invited talk presented at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office’s Training Workshop on UK’s Trade and Investment with Asia Pacific, London, U.K.
Janne, O., Tolentino, P. E., & Chen, P-C. (2013, September). Knowledge creation and sharing: The role of functional units of the MNC subsidiary. Paper presented at the Birkbeck College Centre of Innovation Management Research Workshop on Innovation and Internationalization, London, U.K.
Janne, O., Tolentino, P. E., & Chen, P-C. (2013, July). Knowledge creation and sharing and the integration-responsiveness framework: The role of functional subunits of the MNC. Conference Proceedings, 2013 Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Istanbul, Turkey.
Janne, O., Tolentino, P. E., & Chen, P-C.  (2013, March). Knowledge creation and sharing: The role of functional subunits of the MNC. Paper presented at the 40th Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business – UK & Ireland chapter, Birmingham, U.K.
Tolentino, P. E., Janne, O., & Chen, P-C. (2012, December). Examining strategy diversity and interdependence in the MNC’s subsidiaries and their functional activities. Paper presented at the 38th Annual Conference of the European International Business Academy, Brighton, U.K.
Tolentino, P. E. (2012, October). Innovation and multinational companies from emerging economies: The search for new explanations. Paper presented at the Third Copenhagen conference on Emerging multinationals: Outward investment from emerging economies, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Janne, O., Tolentino, P. E., & Chen, P-C. (2012, July). Subsidiary strategic types and functional activities: The importance of knowledge in the multinational’s differentiated network. Paper presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Washington, DC, USA.
Tolentino, P. E., Janne, O., & Chen, P-C. (2012, July). Subsidiaries and functional activities in multinational corporations: Diversity, interdependence and evolution. Paper presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business. Washington, DC, USA.
Tolentino, P. E., Janne, O., & Chen, P-C (2012, March). Subsidiaries and functional activities in multinational corporations: Diversity, interdependence and evolution. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business – UK & Ireland chapter, Liverpool, U.K.
Tolentino, P. E., Janne, O., & Chen, P-C. (2011, December). The differentiation of subsidiaries and functional activities in multinational corporations: American IT subsidiaries in Taiwan. Paper presented at the 37th Annual Conference of the European International Business Academy, Bucharest, Romania.
Tolentino, P. E. (2011, October). China's outward foreign direct investment: The role of country of origin. Paper presented at the 2011 China Goes Global conference, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Tolentino, P. E. (2008, October). The macroeconomic determinants of the outward foreign direct investment of China: Whither the home country? Opening plenary paper presented at the Second Copenhagen conference on Emerging multinationals: Outward investment from emerging economies, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Tolentino, P. E. (2008, September). The determinants of the outward foreign direct investment of China and India: Whither the home country? Paper presented at the United Nations University-Maastricht Economic and Social Research and Training Centre on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT) Workshop on The Internationalization of Chinese and Indian Firms: Trends, Motivations and Strategy, Maastricht, the Netherlands.
Tolentino, P. E. (2007, November). Macroeconomic determinants of outward foreign direct investment: The case of China, Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore. Proceedings of the 2007 Annual Conference of the Euro-Asia Management Studies Association (EAMSA), Leeds, U.K.
Tolentino, P. E. (2005, April). Collusion, cooperation and competition in multinational corporations: The legacy of Stephen Herbert Hymer. Conference Proceedings, The 32nd Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business – UK & Ireland chapter.
Reim, S., & Tolentino, P. E. (2001, July). Emerging areas of conflict in the global airline industry in the post-deregulation era. Paper presented at the 9th World Congress on Transport Research conference, Seoul, South Korea.
Tolentino, P. E., & Reim, S. (2001, July). The global airline company: Agent of market power or competition? Paper presented at the 2001 Annual Conference of the Air Transport Research Society, Jeju Island, South Korea.
Tolentino, P. E. (2000, July). The growth of South Korean multinational corporations as a cause and effect of the 1997 financial crisis. Paper presented at the 2000 Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Region, Hong Kong SAR, People’s Republic of China.
Tolentino, P. E. (1999, October). The history of South Korean multinational corporations: Is it conforming to the Japanese and Taiwanese models? Paper presented at a Department of Management, Birkbeck College, University of London conference on Global instability and the Asian crisis, London, U.K.
Tolentino, P. E. (1998, May). Transnational rules for transnational corporations: Where have we been and where are we leading? Paper presented at Robinson College, University of Cambridge conference on Global instability and world economic governance, Cambridge, U.K.
Tolentino, P. E. (1996, December). Patterns of growth of multinational enterprises: The case of the resource scarce large countries. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the European International Business Academy, Stockholm, Sweden.
Tolentino, P. E. (1995, November). Third world multinationals: Emergence and evolution. Paper accepted at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Seoul, South Korea.
Tolentino, P. E. (1995, November). The emergence and evolution of international production by the Asian newly industrialized countries. Paper accepted at the Sixth International Conference on Multinational enterprise: Multinational enterprise in the global economy, Taipei, Taiwan.
Tolentino, P. E. (1995, March). Third world multinationals. Invited lecture given at Queen Elizabeth College, University of Oxford.
Cantwell, J., & Tolentino, P. E. (1992, May). Technological accumulation and Third world multinationals. Paper presented at the Fifth International Conference on Multinational enterprise: World trade and the multinational enterprise in the 21st century, Taipei, Taiwan.
Gold, D., Economou, P., & Tolentino, P. E. (1991, October). Trade blocs and investment blocs: The role of transnational corporations in foreign direct investment and international trade. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business, Miami, Florida.
Cantwell, J., & Tolentino, P. E. (1987, December). Technological accumulation and Third world multinationals. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Meeting of the European International Business Association, Antwerp, Belgium.

g. Published reviews of other people’s publications

Tolentino, P. E. (2004). [Review of Transnational corporations: Fragmentation amidst integration, by G. Ietto-Gillies]. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 54(3), 449-451.
Tolentino, P. E. (1999). [Review of Globalization, FDI and technology transfers: Impacts on and prospects for developing countries, by N. Kumar in collaboration with J. H. Dunning, R. E. Lipsey, J. P. Agarwal and S. Urata]. Transnational Corporations, 8(1), 191-199.
Tolentino, P. E. (1997). [Review of Korean enterprise: The quest for globalization, by G. Ungson, R. M. Steers and S-H Park]. Transnational Corporations, 6(3), 157-162.
Tolentino, P. E. (1991). [Review of Multinationals in Latin America, by R. Grosse]. The CTC Reporter.
Tolentino, P. E. (1991). [Review of Transnational Corporations from Developing Asian Economies, by ESCAP/UNCTC]. Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, 5(1).

h. Citation counts of the most highly cited publications and papers (as of 13 February 2017)

Author(s) and year Bibliographic details Citation count
Paz Estrella Tolentino (1993) Technological Innovation and Third World Multinationals, London and New York: Routledge. Foreword by John Dunning. 339
John Cantwell and Paz Estrella Tolentino (1990) Technological accumulation and Third World multinationals (Discussion Papers in International Investment and Business Studies No. 139). Reading, U.K.: University of Reading, Department of Economics. 196
John H. Dunning and John Cantwell with Paz Estrella Tolentino and Faith Province (1987) The IRM directory of statistics of international investment and production. London: Macmillan and New York: New York University Press. 93
Paz Estrella Tolentino (2010) Home country macroeconomic factors and outward FDI of China and India. Journal of International Management, Special Issue on Emerging Multinationals: Outward Foreign Direct Investment from Emerging and Developing Economies, 16(2), 102-120. 80
Paz Estrella Tolentino (2000) Multinational corporations: Emergence and evolution. London and New York: Routledge. Foreword by John Cantwell. 61
Paz Estrella Tolentino (2001) From a theory to a paradigm: Examining the eclectic paradigm as a framework in international economics. International Journal of the Economics of Business, Special Issue on The eclectic paradigm of international business: A reappraisal, 8(2), 191-209. 40
Paz Estrella Tolentino (1987) The global shift in international production: The growth of multinational enterprises from the developing countries; the Philippines. (Doctoral dissertation). University of Reading, Reading, U.K. 24
Paz Estrella Tolentino (2002) Hierarchical pyramids and heterarchical networks: Organisational strategies and structures of multinational corporations and its impact on world development. Contributions to Political Economy, Special Issue on Stephen Hymer, the Transnational Corporation and the Law of Uneven Development, 21(1), 69-89. 19
Paz Estrella Tolentino (2008) Explaining the competitiveness of multinational companies from developing economies: A critical review of the academic literature. International Journal of Technology and Globalisation, 4(1), 23-38. 18
Paz Estrella Tolentino (2008) The determinants of the outward foreign direct investment of China and India: Whither the home country (Working Paper No. 2008-049). Maastrict: United Nations University-Maastricht Economic and Social Research and Training Centre on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT). 18
Paz Estrella Tolentino (1999) Transnational rules for transnational corporations: What next? In Michie, J., & Grieve Smith, J. (Eds), Global instability: The political economy of world economic governance (pp. 171-197). London and New York: Routledge. 12
Paz Estrella Tolentino (1990) Overall trends of foreign direct investment. The CTC Reporter, 29, pp. 28-29. 11

Source: Google Scholar.

i. Citation metrics of all publications and papers (as of 13 February 2017)

Query Tolentino P
Source Google Scholar
Papers 35
Citations 927
Years 30
Cites_Year 30.9
Cites_Paper 26.49
Cites_Author 817.41
Papers_Author 28.52
Authors_Paper 1.92
h_index 11
g_index 28
hc_index 7
hI_index 10.08
hI_norm 11
AWCR 57.16
AW_index 7.56
AWCRpA 53.53
e_index 25.77
hm_index 10.5
QueryDate 13-02-17
Cites_Author_Year 27.25
hI_annual 0.37
h_coverage 95
g_coverage 100
star_count 2
year_first 1987
year_last 2013

Source: Anne-Wil Harzing’s Publish or Perish programme.

Dr Paz Estrella Tolentino