Internationalization of the Firm: An Empirical Study of the Internationalization of Firms with Small and Open Domestic Markets with Special Emphasis on Lateral Rigidity as a Behavioral Characteristic in Strategic Decision-making
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DEVELOPMENT OF THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE STUDY
Development of behavioral decisionmaking framework
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abroad activities addition alternatives analysis basis behavior business distance changes close clusters combination companies company's concept cultural distance decision-making decisions degree of lateral demand determination direct direct investment distribution domestic markets economic distance Economics empirical entry environment example existing experience export external factors Figure Finland Finnish firm flow foreign markets foreign operations frequencies geographical greater growth Helsinki hypotheses impact important impulses included increase industrial international business international business operations internationalization introduced investment Journal know-how knowledge lateral rigidity learning limited Luostarinen major manufacturing marketing operations means measures Multinational nature NIMOS objects openness operations organizational pattern perceived physical planning position possibilities presented pressure problem reference Research role selected stage started strategy structure subsidiaries Table target country theory Trade uncertainty units University usually utilizing variables World