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Environmental sustainability orientation and performance of family and nonfamily firms
Despite the growing research evidence on the effect of environmental sustainability orientation (ESO) on firm outcomes, contingent factors that may influence the strength of this relationship have received little scholarly ...
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 ...
Home country Institutional Impediments and International Expansion of Developing Country SMEs
Though institutional contexts are critical drivers of firms’ international expansion, very limited research efforts have focused on how and when these factors facilitate developing country firms’ outward market activities. ...
Credit information sharing and bank loan pricing: do concentration and governance matter?
The development of credit information sharing schemes in developing countries has gained significant attention in recent times along with ongoing financial sector reforms. In this paper, we provide first-hand evidence of ...