Internationalization of SMEs from emerging markets: An institutional escape perspective

Volume: 108, Pages: 337 - 350
Published: Jan 1, 2020
Abstract
Conceptualized as an escape response to the misalignment between firm needs and home country institutions, institutional escapism appears to be ignored in the research on emerging market firms (EMFs) and particularly small medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). As an integral part of institutional theory, however, the escape view could be especially applicable to study the internationalization of SMEs from emerging markets. To fill the research gap,...
Paper Details
Title
Internationalization of SMEs from emerging markets: An institutional escape perspective
Published Date
Jan 1, 2020
Volume
108
Pages
337 - 350
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