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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DEVEL0PMENT 0F THE0RETICAL FRAMEW0RK F0R THE STUDY
Development of behavioral decisionmaking framework
LATERAL RIGIDITY AND INTERNATI0NAL INV0LVEMENT 0F THE FIRM
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0peration abroad activities Ansoff behavioral decision-making business distance cluster analysis concept conglomerate companies country clusters cultural distance decisions degree of lateral DI0S DIM0S DIP0S direct export direct investment economic distance economies of scale empirical entry country environment export operations factors FIB0 Finland Finnish companies Finnish firms flow Foreign Direct Investment foreign markets foreign operations frequencies growth Helsinki Helsinki School hypotheses impact important target countries increase industrial international business impulses international business operations International Business Studies international markets internationaliza internationalization pattern internationalization process Kindleberger know-how knowledge lateral rigidity Luostarinen marketing operations Multinational NI0S NIM0S NIP0S non-investment openness of domestic operation and market operation strategies organizational learning Paper presented perceived physical distance possibilities posture problem production operations react Reijo Research role School of Economics selected small and open started subsidiaries Table theory Turku uncertainty uncertainty avoidance University of Uppsala Uppsala utilizing Vahlne variables Wiedersheim-Paul