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Institutional voids, international learning effort and internationalization of emerging market new ventures
Much of the existing scholarly works portray institutional voids (IVs) in emerging economies as impeding forces against the development of new ventures. However, little attention has been paid to how such voids generate ...
Going green, going clean: Lean-green sustainability strategy and firm growth
Despite the widespread recognition of the paybacks of “going green” and “going clean”, limited research has focused on the impact of lean-green strategy on firm growth. In this study, we contribute to strategy and environmental ...
The effects of stakeholder integration on firm-level product innovativeness: Insights from small and medium-sized enterprises in Ghana
(R&D Management, 2019-04-16)
In spite of growing research on the influence of external stakeholders on firm outcomes, there is a paucity of research on how they influence innovation in emerging economies. In addition, the specific environmental factors ...
R&D intensity, knowledge creation process and new product performance: the mediating role of international R&D teams
Although previous studies have shown the positive effect of research and development (R&D) intensity on new product performance (NPP), our understanding about the mechanisms through which R&D intensity influence NPP is ...
Market Sentiment and Firm Investment Decision-Making
While research on factors driving corporate investment decisions has blossomed, knowledge related to the Chief Executive Officer’s (CEO’s) market sentiment on investment decision outcomes is lacking. In this study, we ...