Isomorphism In America

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IT suggests that there are two sources of isomorphic pressures (1) from the home country and (2) the host country (Davis, 2000). There are so many forces that a company must entertain and must decide between using coercive isomorphism or native isomorphism; corporate strategies from the parent company or imitate from a similar company in the new market (Escobar and Vredenburg, 2010). These pressures are a struggle for Disney who has a strong internal institutional environment and wants to keep their American values. That is WDC solely wants to practice an ethnocentric approach (Karadjova-Stoev and Mujtaba, 2011). In addition, Disney has found success with their first three parks because of its American experience: “TDL is an American in
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