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Article

Sallai, Dorottya (2013) European Union lobbying and the Golden Cage of post-socialist network capitalism in Hungary. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 51 (5). pp. 948-964. ISSN 0021-9886 (Print), 1468-5965 (Online) (doi:https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.12029)

Conference or Conference Paper

Sallai, Dorottya and Schnyder, Gerhard (2019) The impact of host-country political risk on multinationals' political strategy development. In: 46th Academy of International Business UK & Ireland Chapter Conference, 25-27 April 2019, University of Sussex, Brighton. (Unpublished)

Working Paper

Sallai, Dorottya and Schnyder, Gerhard (2019) Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Developing organizational and institutional fit in MNE subsidiary political strategy in contexts of institutional upheaval. [Working Paper] (Submitted)

Sallai, Dorottya and Schnyder, Gerhard (2019) What makes authoritarian capitalism Authoritarian? The double erosion of the private-public divide in illiberal Hungary. [Working Paper] (Submitted)

Sallai, Dorottya and Schnyder, Gerhard (2018) The transformation of post-socialist capitalism – from developmental state to clan state? [Working Paper]

Sallai, Dorottya and Schnyder, Gerhard (2017) Coping with Autocracy: Corporate political activity, institutional duality, and MNE – local firm rivalry during “institutional backsliding”. [Working Paper]

Sallai, Dorottya (2017) The corporate political activity of MNEs under the pressures of institutional duality. [Working Paper]

Sallai, Dorottya (2016) Excluded or embraced: how do multinationals lobby in Eastern Europe? [Working Paper]

Sallai, Dorottya and Schnyder, Gerhard (2015) Strong state, weak managers: How firms cope with autocracy in Hungary. [Working Paper]

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