VESA MATTI PELTOKORPI

Last Updated :2022/10/03

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Professor
E-mail
vesahiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
I conduct research on human resource management and organizational behavior in international settings.

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2019/04/01, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Professor
  • 2017/10, 2019/03, University of Wollongong, Professor
  • 2015/10, 2017/09, Saitama University, Professor
  • 2007/09, 2011/03, HEC Paris, Assistant Professor
  • 2006/04, 2007/08, Komazawa University, Assistant Professor
  • 2000/09, 2001/05, Helsinki Business Polytechic(HELIA), Lecturer

Educational Backgrounds

  • Boise State University, International Economics, USA
  • Flinders University, International relations (Ma), Australia
  • Svenska handelhogskolan (HANKEN), International business (Phd), Finland

Research Fields

  • Social sciences;Management;Management

Research Keywords

  • Human resource management; international business; organizational behavior

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • Academy of Management

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Human Resource Management 1
  2. 2022, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Human Resource Management 2
  3. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Organizational Behavior
  4. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Human Resource Management
  5. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Special Lecture of Humanities and Social Sciences (English Class)
  6. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Organizational Behavior
  7. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Human Resource Management
  8. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Seminar

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Host Country National Employees' Prosocial Behavior toward Expatriates in Foreign Subsidiaries: A Common Ingroup Identity Model Perspective, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 29(22), 202004
  2. When embeddedness hurts: the moderating effects of job embeddedness on the relationships between work-to-family conflict and voluntary turnover, emotional exhaustion, guilt, and hostility, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 33(10), 2019-2051, 20220422
  3. Host country culture and language identification, and their workplace manifestations: A study on corporate expatriates in China and Japan, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT, 28(3), 202209
  4. ★, Strategic knowledge creation: The case of Hamamatsu Photonics, International Journal of Technology Management, 30(3/4), 248-264, 2005
  5. ★, Knowledge governance in a Japanese project-based company, Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 4(1), 36-45
  6. ★, Knowledge sharing in a cross-cultural context: Nordic expatriates in Japan, Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 4(2), 138-148
  7. ★, The impact of relational diversity and socio-cultural context on interpersonal communication: Nordic subsidiaries in Japan, Asian Business & Management, 5(3.), 333-356
  8. ★, Knowledge governance in a Japanese project-based company, Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 4(1), 36-45
  9. ★, Knowledge sharing in a cross-cultural context: Nordic expatriates in Japan, Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 4(2), 138-148
  10. ★, The impact of relational diversity and socio-cultural context on interpersonal communication: Nordic subsidiaries in Japan, Asian Business & Management, 5(3), 333-356
  11. ★, Japanese organizational behavior in Nordic subsidiaries: A Nordic expatriate perspective, Employee Relations, 28(2), 103-118
  12. Objectivity and subjectivity in knowledge management: A review of 20 top articles, Knowledge and Process Management, 13(2), 73-82
  13. ★, Visionary knowledge management: The case of Eisai transformation, International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital, 13(2), 109-129
  14. ★, Organizational governance in internal hybrids: A case study of Maekawa Manufacturing Ltd., Corporate Governance, 7(2), 123-135
  15. NTT DoCoMo’s launch of i-mode in the Japanese mobile phone market: A Knowledge Creation Perspective, Journal of Management Studies, 44(1), 51-73
  16. ★, Intercultural communication patterns and strategies: Nordic expatriates in Japan, International Business Review, 16(1), 68-82
  17. ★, Antecedents and the performance outcome of transactive memory in daycare work groups, European Psychologist, 13(2), 103-113
  18. ★, Transactive memory systems, Review of General Psychology, 12(4), 378-394
  19. ★, Cross-cultural adjustment of expatriates in Japan, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 19(9), 1588-1606
  20. ★, Synthesizing the paradox of organizational routine flexibility and stability: A processual view, International Journal of Technology Management, 41(1/2), 7-21
  21. ★, Organizational expatriates and self-Initiated expatriates: Who adjust better to work and life in Japan?, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 20(5), 1096-1112
  22. ★, Language policies and intra- and inter-unit communication in multinational companies: The role of human resource management practices, Journal of Business Communication, 47(2), 97-118
  23. ★, Intercultural communication in foreign subsidiaries: The influence of expatriates’ language and cultural competencies, Scandinavian Journal of Management, 26(2), 176-188
  24. ★, Linguistic and cultural barriers to intercultural communication in foreign subsidiaries, Asian Business & Management, 10(4), 509-528
  25. ★, Performance-related reward systems (PRRS) in Japan: Practices and preferences in Nordic subsidiaries, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 22(12), 2507-2521
  26. ★, Recruiting channels in foreign firms in Japan, Zeitschrift fur Betriebswirtschaft, 81(S3), 101-116
  27. ★, Organizational transactive memory: review and extension, European Psychologist, 17(1), 11-20
  28. ★, The influence of intercultural communication on cross-cultural adjustment and work attitudes: Foreign workers in South Korea, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 36(3), 331-342
  29. ★, Language policies and practices in wholly-owned foreign subsidiaries: A recontextualization perspective, Journal of International Business Studies, 43(9), 808-833
  30. ★, The impact of expatriate personality traits on cross-cultural adjustment: A study with expatriates in Japan, International Business Review, 21(4), 734-746
  31. ★, Job embeddedness in Japanese organizations, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24(8), 1551-1569
  32. ★, Organizational expatriates and self-initiated expatriates: Differences in cross-cultural adjustment and job satisfaction, International Journal of Human Resource Management, 24(10), 1953-1967
  33. ★, How participative safety matters more in team innovation as team size increases, Journal of Business and Psychology, 29(1), 37-45
  34. ★, Expatriate personality and cultural fit: The moderating effects of host country context on job satisfaction, International Business Review, 23(1), 293-302
  35. Language and knowledge transfer in multinational corporations: Productive and counterproductive effects of language-sensitive recruitment, Journal of International Business Studies, 45(4), 600-622
  36. ★, Transactive Memory System Coordination Mechanisms in Organizations: An Exploratory Case Study, Group & Organization Management, 39(4), 444-471
  37. ★, Transactive memory systems and team innovation: A curvilinear approach, Team Performance Management, 20(5/6), 262-272
  38. ★, Wisdom, management and organization, Management Learning, 45(4), 365-376
  39. ★, Organizational embeddedness, turnover intentions, and voluntary turnover: The moderating effects of employee demographic characteristics and value orientations, Journal of Organizational Behavior, 36(2), 292-312
  40. ★, Moderating Effects of Transformational Leadership between External Team Learning and Research Team Performance Outcomes, R&D Management, 45(3), 304-316
  41. ★, Language and reverse knowledge transfer in multinational corporations: Interactive effects of communication media richness and commitment to headquarters, Journal of International Management, 21(1), 49-62
  42. ★, Foreign subsidiary top manager nationality and language policy: The interactive effects of subsidiary age and size, International Business Review, 24(5), 739-748
  43. ★, Transactive memory systems in research team innovation: A moderated mediation analysis, Journal of Engineering and Technology Management, 39(1), 1-12
  44. ★, Multifaceted effects of host country language proficiency in expatriate adjustment: A qualitative study in China, International Journal of Human Resource Management,, 27(13), 1448-1469
  45. ★, Recruiting source practices in foreign and local firms: A comparative study in Japan, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 54(4), 421-444
  46. ★, When “embedded” means “stuck”: Moderating effects of job embeddedness in adverse work environments, Journal of Applied Psychology, 101(12), 1670-1686
  47. ★, Language-oriented human resource management practices, knowledge transfer, and absorptive capacity in foreign subsidiaries, International Business Review, 26(1), 119-129
  48. ★, Corporate language proficiency in reverse knowledge transfer: A moderated mediation model of shared vision and communication frequency, Journal of World Business, 52(3), 404-416
  49. ★, Merit-based rewards, job satisfaction, and voluntary turnover: The moderating effects of employee demographic characteristics, British Journal of Management, 30(3), 610-623
  50. ★, Abusive supervision and emotional exhaustion: The moderating role of power distance orientation and the mediating role of interaction avoidance, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 57(3), 251-275
  51. ★, The moderating effect of interaction avoidance between abusive supervision and subordinates’ job promotions, Journal of Psychology, 151(7), 669-684
  52. ★, Transactive memory directories in small work units, Personnel Review, 33(4), 446-467
  53. ★, Knowledge sharing in a cross-cultural context: Nordic expatriates in Japan, Knowledge Management Research & Practice, 4(2), 138-148
  54. ★, The impact of visible and non-visible attributes on group potency and effectiveness expectations, Journal of Global Media Studies, 1(1), 77-90
  55. ★, Selected papers from the Association of Japanese Business Studies (AJBS), Japanese Journal of Administrative Science, 29(2/3), 115-138
  56. Foreign and domestic company attractiveness to host national employees in Japan: A person-organization fit and image theory perspective, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SELECTION AND ASSESSMENT, 27(4), 392-405, 201912
  57. ★, Communication in theory and research on transactive memory systems: A literature review, Topics in Cognitive Science, 11(4), 644-667, 2019
  58. ★, Abusive supervision and emotional exhaustion: The moderating role of power distance orientation and the mediating role of interaction avoidance, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 57(3), 251-275, 2019
  59. Exploring expatriate adjustment through identity perspective, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 29(3), 202006
  60. Work-home and home-work conflict and voluntary turnover: A conservation of resources explanation for contrasting moderation effects of on- and off-the-job embeddedness, JOURNAL OF VOCATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 119, 202006
  61. Abusive supervision and emotional exhaustion: the moderating role of power distance orientation and the mediating role of interaction avoidance, ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCES, 57(3), 251-275, 201907
  62. Merit-based Rewards, Job Satisfaction and Voluntary Turnover: Moderating Effects of Employee Demographic Characteristics, BRITISH JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, 30(3), 610-623, 201907
  63. Communication in Theory and Research on Transactive Memory Systems: A Literature Review, TOPICS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE, 11(4), 644-667, 201910
  64. ★, Foreign and domestic company attractiveness to host national employees in Japan: A person-organization fit and image theory perspective, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SELECTION AND ASSESSMENT, 27(4), 392-405
  65. ★, Host Country National Employees' Prosocial Behavior toward Expatriates in Foreign Subsidiaries: A Common Ingroup Identity Model Perspective, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 29(2), 101642-101642
  66. ★, Exploring expatriate adjustment through identity perspective, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 29(3), 101667-101667
  67. ★, Work-home and home-work conflict and voluntary turnover: A conservation of resources explanation for contrasting moderation effects of on- and off-the-job embeddedness, JOURNAL OF VOCATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 119, 103413-103413
  68. ★, When more is not better: A curvilinear relationship between foreign language proficiency and social categorization, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES, 52(1), 78-104
  69. ★, The moderating effect of core self-evaluations between the relationships of work-family conflict and voluntary turnover, job promotions and physical health, STRESS AND HEALTH, 37(1), 162-174
  70. ★, Abusive supervision and subordinates' physical and mental health: the effects of job satisfaction and power distance orientation, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 32(4), 893-919
  71. When more is not better: A curvilinear relationship between foreign language proficiency and social categorization, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES, 52(1), 78-104, 202102
  72. The moderating effect of core self-evaluations between the relationships of work-family conflict and voluntary turnover, job promotions and physical health, STRESS AND HEALTH, 37(1), 162-174, 202102
  73. Expatriate justice and host country nationals? work outcomes: Does host country nationals? language proficiency matter?, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT, 27(1), 202103
  74. In search of 'low-hanging fruits' or 'ideal' candidates? Understanding headhunters' candidate search activities, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 31(3), 639-657, 202107
  75. The interactive effects of socialization tactics and work locus of control on newcomer work adjustment, job embeddedness, and voluntary turnover, HUMAN RELATIONS, 75(1), 177-202, 202201
  76. Organizational embeddedness, turnover intentions, and voluntary turnover: The moderating effects of employee demographic characteristics and value orientations (vol 36, pg 292, 2014), JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 38(4), 612-612, 2017
  77. Corporate language proficiency in reverse knowledge transfer: A moderated mediation model of shared vision and communication frequency, JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS, 52(3), 404-416, 2017
  78. Absorptive capacity in foreign subsidiaries: The effects of language-sensitive recruitment, language training, and interunit knowledge transfer, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 26(1), 119-129, 2017
  79. The Moderating Effect of Interaction Avoidance Between Abusive Supervision and Subordinates' Job Promotions, JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 151(7), 669-684, 2017
  80. When "Embedded" Means "Stuck": Moderating Effects of Job Embeddedness in Adverse Work Environments, JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY, 101(12), 1670-1686, 2016
  81. Recruitment source practices in foreign and local firms: a comparative study in Japan, ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCES, 54(4), 421-444, 2016
  82. Multifaceted effects of host country language proficiency in expatriate cross-cultural adjustments: a qualitative study in China, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 27(13), 1448-1469, 2016
  83. Transactive memory systems in research team innovation: A moderated mediation analysis, JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT, 39, 1-12, 2016
  84. Foreign subsidiary top manager nationality and language policy: The moderating effects of subsidiary age and size, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 24(5), 739-748, 2015
  85. Moderating effects of transformational leadership between external team learning and research team performance outcomes, R & D MANAGEMENT, 45(3), 304-316, 2015
  86. Corporate Language Proficiency and Reverse Knowledge Transfer in Multinational Corporations: Interactive Effects of Communication Media Richness and Commitment to Headquarters, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT, 21(1), 49-62, 2015
  87. Organizational embeddedness, turnover intentions, and voluntary turnover: The moderating effects of employee demographic characteristics and value orientations, JOURNAL OF ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 36(2), 292-312, 2015
  88. Wisdom, management and organization (vol 45, pg 365, 2014), MANAGEMENT LEARNING, 45(5), 640-640, 2014
  89. Wisdom, management and organization Introduction, MANAGEMENT LEARNING, 45(4), 365-376, 2014
  90. Transactive Memory System Coordination Mechanisms in Organizations: An Exploratory Case Study, GROUP & ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT, 39(4), 444-471, 2014
  91. Knowledge transfer in multinational corporations: Productive and counterproductive effects of language-sensitive recruitment, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES, 45(5), 600-622, 2014
  92. How Participative Safety Matters More in Team Innovation as Team Size Increases, JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND PSYCHOLOGY, 29(1), 37-45, 2014
  93. Expatriate personality and cultural fit: The moderating role of host country context on job satisfaction, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 23(1), 293-302, 2014
  94. Organizational expatriates and self-initiated expatriates: differences in cross-cultural adjustment and job satisfaction, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 24(10), 1953-1967, 2013
  95. Job embeddedness in Japanese organizations, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 24(8), 1551-1569, 2013
  96. Language policies and practices in wholly owned foreign subsidiaries: A recontextualization perspective, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES, 43(9), 808-833, 2012
  97. The impact of expatriate personality traits on cross-cultural adjustment: A study with expatriates in Japan, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 21(4), 734-746, 2012
  98. The influence of intercultural communication on cross-cultural adjustment and work attitudes: Foreign workers in South Korea, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS, 36(3), 331-342, 2012
  99. Organizational Transactive Memory Systems Review and Extension, EUROPEAN PSYCHOLOGIST, 17(1), 11-20, 2012
  100. Linguistic and cultural barriers to intercultural communication in foreign subsidiaries, ASIAN BUSINESS & MANAGEMENT, 10(4), 509-528, 2011
  101. Performance-related reward systems (PRRS) in Japan: practices and preferences in Nordic subsidiaries, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 22(12), 2507-2521, 2011
  102. Cultural distance and expatriate job satisfaction, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS, 35(1), 49-60, 2011
  103. Intercultural communication in foreign subsidiaries: The influence of expatriates' language and cultural competencies, SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, 26(2), 176-188, 2010
  104. Organizational expatriates and self-initiated expatriates: who adjusts better to work and life in Japan?, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 20(5), 1096-1112, 2009
  105. Transactive Memory Systems, REVIEW OF GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY, 12(4), 378-394, 2008
  106. Cross-cultural adjustment of expatriates in Japan, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 19(9), 1588-1606, 2008
  107. Antecedents and the performance outcome of transactive memory in daycare work groups, EUROPEAN PSYCHOLOGIST, 13(2), 103-113, 2008
  108. Synthesising the paradox of organisational routine flexibility and stability: a processual view, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT, 41(1-2), 7-21, 2008
  109. Intercultural communication patterns and tactics: Nordic expatriates in Japan, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 16(1), 68-82, 2007
  110. NTT DoCoMo's launch of i-mode in the Japanese mobile phone market: A knowledge creation perspective, JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, 44(1), 50-72, 2007
  111. Strategic knowledge creation: the case of Hamamatsu Photonics, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT, 30(3-4), 248-264, 2005
  112. Transactive memory directories in small work units, PERSONNEL REVIEW, 33(4), 446-467, 2004
  113. Abusive supervision and emotional exhaustion: the moderating role of power distance orientation and the mediating role of interaction avoidance, ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCES, 57(3), 251-275, 2019
  114. Merit-based Rewards, Job Satisfaction and Voluntary Turnover: Moderating Effects of Employee Demographic Characteristics, BRITISH JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, 30(3), 610-623, 2019
  115. Communication in Theory and Research on Transactive Memory Systems: A Literature Review, TOPICS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE, 11(4), 644-667, 2019
  116. Foreign and domestic company attractiveness to host national employees in Japan: A person-organization fit and image theory perspective, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SELECTION AND ASSESSMENT, 27(4), 392-405, 2019
  117. Host Country National Employees' Prosocial Behavior toward Expatriates in Foreign Subsidiaries: A Common Ingroup Identity Model Perspective, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 29(2), 2020
  118. Exploring expatriate adjustment through identity perspective, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW, 29(3), 2020
  119. Work-home and home-work conflict and voluntary turnover: A conservation of resources explanation for contrasting moderation effects of on- and off-the-job embeddedness, JOURNAL OF VOCATIONAL BEHAVIOR, 119, 2020
  120. When more is not better: A curvilinear relationship between foreign language proficiency and social categorization, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES, 52(1), 78-104, 2021
  121. When embeddedness hurts: the moderating effects of job embeddedness on the relationships between work-to-family conflict and voluntary turnover, emotional exhaustion, guilt, and hostility, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 33(10), 2019-2051, 2022
  122. The moderating effect of core self-evaluations between the relationships of work-family conflict and voluntary turnover, job promotions and physical health, STRESS AND HEALTH, 37(1), 162-174, 2021
  123. In search of 'low-hanging fruits' or 'ideal' candidates? Understanding headhunters' candidate search activities, HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT JOURNAL, 31(3), 639-657, 2021
  124. Abusive supervision and subordinates' physical and mental health: the effects of job satisfaction and power distance orientation, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 32(4), 893-919, 2021
  125. The interactive effects of socialization tactics and work locus of control on newcomer work adjustment, job embeddedness, and voluntary turnover, HUMAN RELATIONS, 75(1), 177-202, 2022
  126. Expatriate justice and host country nationals? work outcomes: Does host country nationals? language proficiency matter?, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT, 27(1), 2021
  127. Reverse Knowledge Flows: How and When Do Preparation and Reintegration Facilitate Repatriate Knowledge Transfer?, JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, 2022
  128. Time to leave? The interaction of temporal focus and turnover intentions in explaining voluntary turnover behaviour, APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY-AN INTERNATIONAL REVIEW-PSYCHOLOGIE APPLIQUEE-REVUE INTERNATIONALE, 2022
  129. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: A Mixed-method Study on Headhunter-intermediated Recruitment Practices, BRITISH JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, 2022
  130. Host country culture and language identification, and their workplace manifestations: A study on corporate expatriates in China and Japan, JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT, 28(3), 2022
  131. Headhunter-assisted recruiting practices in foreign subsidiaries and their (dys)functional effects: An institutional work perspective, JOURNAL OF WORLD BUSINESS, 57(6), 2022

Publications such as books

  1. 2003, The Impact of Readily Detectable- and Underlying Attributes on Social Integration in Cross-cultural Settings: A Multi-Method Examination, 2003, Scholarly Book, Single work, English
  2. 2010, Diversity and Social Integration in Multicultural Settings, Scholarly Book, Single work, English
  3. 2007, New Horizons in Asian Management: Emerging Issues and Critical Perspectives, Intercultural conflicts: Evidence from Nordic subsidiaries in Japan, in Sharpe, D & Hasegawa, H (Eds.), Scholarly Book
  4. 2007, The Service Industries Handbook, Knowledge creation in Japanese convenience store chain: The case of Seven-Eleven Japan. In J. R. Bryson and P. W. Daniels (Eds.), Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Nonaka, I., Peltokorpi, V. & Senoo, D.
  5. 2007, The Creative Enterprise, The case of Honda Accord wagon development: A knowledge creation perspective. In M. J. Epstein, T. Davila & R. Sheldon (Eds.), Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Nonaka, I., & Peltokorpi, V.
  6. 2011, Handbook of Human Capital, The distributed and dynamic dimensions of human capital. In A. Burton-Jones & JC Spender (Eds.), Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Nonaka, I., Toyama, R., & Peltokorpi, V.
  7. 2012, Self-initiated expatriation: Mastering the dynamics, Differences in self-initiated expatriates and organizational cross-cultural adjustment. In M. Andersen, A. Al Ariss, & M. Walther (Eds.), Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Peltokorpi, V. & Froese, F. J.
  8. 2013, Towards Organizational Knowledge: The Pioneering Work of Ikujiro Nonaka, Governing knowledge processes in project-based organizations. In G. von Krogh, H. Takeuchi., K. Kimio, & C. G. Cantón (Eds.), Scholarly Book, Single work, English
  9. 2015, The Routledge companion to cross-cultural management, Language-oriented human resource management practices in multinational companies. In N. Holden, S. Michailova, & S. Tietze (Eds.), Scholarly Book, Single work, English
  10. 2016, Language in International Business: Developing a field, Language policies and practices in wholly-owned foreign subsidiaries: A recontextualization perspective. In M.Y. Brannen & T. Mughan (Eds.), 2016, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Peltokorpi, V. & Vaara, E. (2016)