Small firm internationalization through experiential learning: The moderating role of socialization tactics
- An integrative model of the role of knowledge in the internationalization process. Casillas, Jos� C.; Moreno, Ana M.; Acedo, Francisco J.; Gallego, Mar�a A.; Ramos, Encarnaci�n // Journal of World Business;Jul2009, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p311
Abstract: Knowledge is considered an essential resource in a companyï¿½s internationalization process, both from the sequential point of view and from the perspective of International Entrepreneurship. This paper proposes a model to integrate the influence of knowledge on international...
- Strange Bedfellows. Hahn, Avital Louria // Investment Dealers' Digest;7/18/2005, Vol. 71 Issue 28, p28
The article presents information on the development of mergers and acquisition (M&A) globally. The emergence of decidedly eclectic consortia has been one of the more interesting developments in M&A in recent years, and one rich with possibilities for the future. Strange bedfellows from around...
- An open field. // Accountancy;Aug1989, Vol. 104 Issue 1152, p9
The article discusses the position of medium firms in the middle market, in which medium firms will possibly be joining the Big Five if not of the very large number of clients they are afraid of losing. Allan Dyer identifies the long term cost factors that will put pressure on all firms to get...
- Does Multinationality Affect Profit Performance? An Empirical Study of US SMEs. Gongming Qian; Yang, Lloyd; Wang, Denis // Journal of General Management;Summer2003, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p37
Analyzes the relationship between the multinationality and profit performance of multinational firms. Business involvement of American small- and medium-sized firms in overseas markets; Measurement of multinationality; Effects of global competition; Aspects of global expansion.
- DIFFCULTIES IN THE PROCESS OF INCORPORATION AND AFFIRMATION OF SMALL AND MEDIUM - SIZED ENTERPRISES IN RURAL AREAS. Gaman, Virgil Laurenfiu // Metalurgia International;Feb2012, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p152
The incorporation and consolidation of small and medium - sized enterprises, together with the affirmation of transnational corporations, are the result of multiple causes, but mainly economic.
- Big Takeovers Dominate M&A Activity As Overall Pace Best Since 2007 Peak. CIARAN McEVOY // Investors Business Daily;9/30/2014, pA01
Corporate tax inversions and deals of all sizes â€” proposed and consummated â€” have pushed global mergers and acquisitions to levels not seen since 2007.
- Who Is Threatening Our Dinner Table? Yoon, Byeong-Seon // Monthly Review: An Independent Socialist Magazine;Nov2006, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p56
The article focuses on the globalization of the agri-food system. Liberalization of the agriculture-food system is prevalent in both developed and developing countries. The phenomenon of agriculture specialization could be viewed in both regional and production units from the perspective of...
- HOLLOWING OUT CORPORATE CANADA? CHANGES IN THE CORPORATE NETWORK. CARROLL, WILLIAM K.; KLASSEN, JEROME // Canadian Journal of Sociology;Winter2010, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p1
The recent spate of foreign takeovers once again raises the question of whether Canada's corporate elite is being "hollowed out" in a silent surrender to foreign-based transnational firms. Using data from a study of interlocking directorates among the largest corporations in Canada and the world...
- CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN THE CONTEXT OF MANAGING AN INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION WITH SWEDISH AND CHINESE CAPITAL. Lopacinska, Karolina // Research Papers of the Wroclaw University of Economics / Prace N;2012, Issue 256, p174
Due to globalisation and the fastrate of economic development, multinational companies are getting more and more popular. They are created as an effect of beneficial business agreements. One of these agreements is mergers. Mergers of companies from different cultures result with new challenges...