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The purpose of this study is to examine the perceptions of winery owners/managers concerning the impacts of Brexit on the Spanish wine sector and propose a theoretical framework based on the extant organisational resilience literature to facilitate an understanding of this concept. The framework...
This study aims to examine whether export competitiveness (EC) in the two groups of the Indian textile industry i.e. “textiles” and “textile products” group differ.Design/methodology/approachThe study examines how exchange rate (ER), real effective exchange rate (REER) and EC of both the groups...
The purpose of this paper is to test whether Top Management Team (TMT) international experience is positively associated to international information acquisition from managerial international contacts and whether international information partially mediates the positive relationship between TMT...
This study aims to examine how the effect of host country formal institutional uncertainty on the percentage of equity sought in cross-border acquisitions (CBAs) is moderated by the host country industry (i.e. targets from the technology versus those from the non-technology...
This study aims to use a quantitative measure of trade policy space to investigate empirically whether trade policy space influences foreign direct investment (FDI) flows to countries.Design/methodology/approachThe empirical analysis covers an unbalanced panel data set of 158 countries, over the...
The purpose of this study is international business strategy (IBS) has evolved into a complex and vast domain of study. Given this fact, the author first proposed a set of screens that a firm’s IBS manager was required to assess before venturing into a foreign country. Then the author developed...
The purpose of this paper is to explore the linkages between the appointment of a new management board member and the following strategic change (SC) in the product-market scope of the firm.Design/methodology/approachThe study is based on the whole population of Estonian firms, in total 16,941...
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