Dario Miočević
University of Split
Supply chainEmerging marketsConceptual modelConceptual frameworkBusinessPsychologyMarketingOrder (exchange)Key (cryptography)Perspective (graphical)Value (ethics)Export performancePurchasingExpatriateMarket orientationContext (language use)Dynamic capabilitiesIndustrial organizationSupply chain managementSample (statistics)Knowledge managementInternationalization
40Publications
8H-index
215Citations
Publications 41
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Abstract null null The exporting literature has so far shown that dynamic export capabilities (DECs) are instrumental in achieving export success. However, it is unclear whether and to what extent the deployment of DECs represents a profitable activity for exporting SMEs. To resolve these issues, we draw on the knowledge-based view and firm diversification literature to investigate the relationship between DECs (innovativeness and adaptability) and profitability under the moderating effects of m...
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#1Hye Jin Yoon (UGA: University of Georgia)H-Index: 11
#2Sukki Yoon (Bryant University)H-Index: 20
Last. Yung Kyun Choi (Dongguk University)H-Index: 19
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Humour is a popular appeal used in global advertising and with the growing use of comedic violence ads in the U.S., it is a worthwhile endeavour to see whether comedic violence ads by U.S. brands c...
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Theorizing about consumer’s cultural identity has led to a greater understanding of why consumers choose and consume certain brands and products. The influence of cultural identity has traditionally been studied primarily in a consumer’s country of origin, neglecting its potential relevance for understanding the consumption choices of sojourners and expatriates. This paper aims to investigate how the length of stay (LOS) in a foreign country, as a manifestation of local identity, shapes expatria...
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#1Dario Miočević (University of Split)H-Index: 8
#2Maja Arslanagic-Kalajdzic (University of Sarajevo)H-Index: 12
Last. Selma Kadic-Maglajlic (CBS: Copenhagen Business School)H-Index: 12
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Abstract null null This study extends the literature that has investigated firms' readiness to confront competition from informal (unregistered) firms by responding through intensified product innovation activities. Drawing on the bounded rationality perspective, we unravel new insights into the relationship between the threat from informal competitors and product innovation by identifying two external contingencies (intellectual property rights protection and regulatory quality) and two interna...
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#1Dario Miočević (University of Split)H-Index: 8
#2Antonija Kvasina (University of Split)
Last. Biljana Crnjak-Karanović (University of Split)H-Index: 4
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In this study, we investigate the response intentions of small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) during the recent economic crisis initiated by the COVID-19 pandemic We draw on the cognitive appraisal theory and investigate how an SME?s level of proactivity triggers top managers? emotional reactions, which in the end shapes an SME?s response strategies (investment vs divestment) To test our assumptions, we use survey data from 155 top managers of Croatian SMEs operating in business-to-busines...
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Research on expatriate consumer behavior suggests that expatriates can be attracted to host country gastronomy, but sometimes they also suppress themselves from engaging with it. To shed light on t...
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#1Srdan Zdravkovic (Bryant University)H-Index: 11
#2Peter R Magnusson (UA: University of Alabama)H-Index: 31
Last. Standford A. Westjohn (UA: University of Alabama)
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Abstract This study introduces the concept of vicarious animosity, which is a type of consumer antagonism held against a country involved in a geopolitical conflict outside the consumer’s home country. Our study is grounded in values theory and we present arguments for Schwartz’s values of power, universalism, and openness to change as systematic predictors of anger and hope in a third-party conflict. We examine our conceptual framework among Croatian consumers evaluating the Israeli-Palestinian...
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The number of expatriates has been steadily growing during the last two decades. For these reasons, academia has exhibited a growing research interest in expatriates’ food consumption choices. Alth...
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