3 edition of Innovativeness and export performance found in the catalog.
Innovativeness and export performance
B. B. Schlegelmilch
by University of Edinburgh. Department of Business Studies in Edinburgh
Written in English
|Statement||by B.B. Schlegelmilch and A. Diamantopoulos.|
|Series||Working paper series / University of Edinburgh. Department of Business Studies -- no.86/13|
Abstract. Objective: The main objective of this article is to study the empirical relationship between innovations and export performance of Polish firms.. Research Design & Methods: Our analytical framework refers to the most recent strand in the new trade theory literature based on the Melitz () model that stresses the role of firm heterogeneity and the importance of firm Cited by: SAGE Books The ultimate social sciences digital library. Research also suggests that customer orientation and innovativeness must be an integral part of corporate culture if they are to have a significant influence on managers' decision making and, ultimately, on business performance. There has been, however, little research to test these.
Abstract. Objective: The main objective of this paper is to verify empirically the relationship between various forms of innovation and export performance of firms from European and Central Asian (ECA) countries. Research Design & Methods: In our empirical approach we refer to the self-selection hypothesis derived from the Melitz () model which proposed the Cited by: 3. Developing marketing capabilities through export commitment and innovativeness. By Madalena Malva, Margarida Vicente and Maria José Antunes. Abstract. This research examines how marketing capabilities, technological capabilities, and organizational innovation influence export performance. More specifically, we examine the impact of marketing.
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The relationship between innovativeness which is usually used as an indicator of level of non-price competitiveness and export performance attracts a significant scientific attention. Firm Innovativeness and Export Performance Third, whereas studies of export success have tended to rely on data from a single sample, we test the robustness of the model across samples of exporting businesses from two emerging market countries.
In the following sections, we present our conceptual. Although some research has shown that firm innovativeness is associated with enhanced export success, the conditions under which firm innovativeness activi-ties.
Stronger networking capabilities and a more organic structure also enhance the innovativeness-export performance relationship. The findings imply that the management of firm innovativeness is not a straightforward task in which greater emphasis on innovation activities is always beneficial for firms; rather, exporting organizations must match Cited by: Kim Man, M.
() The innovativeness and the export performance of small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) of Malaysian manufacturing sector. In: The 13th Asia Pacific Management Conference, NovMelbourne, Author: Kim Man, Mandy Mok.
Firm Innovativeness and Export Performance: Environmental, Networking, and Structural Contingencies. innovativeness indicator which positively associated with export performance is a number of registered industrial design in the country. The rest of innovativeness indicators did not show any significant relationship with export performance of the country.
Keywords: innovation, export, FDI, trademarks, patents, R&D I. IntroductionAuthor: Zaur Hasanov, Othman Abada, Sherzod Aktamov. The purpose of this study is to investigate the role of business process innovativeness in the networking-export performance relationship in a developing country low-tech industry setting.
Most innovation research in international business and entrepreneurship is conducted on high-tech industries in developed countries. Less research has focused on the Cited by: 7. Export performance as a function of market learning capabilities and intrapreneurship: SEM and FsQCA findings Dionysis Skarmeas, Athens University of Economics and Business Ana Lisboa, Instituto Politécnico de Leiria Charalampos Saridakis, University of File Size: KB.
After OLS regression we found that only innovativeness indicator which positively associated with export performance is a number of registered industrial design in the country. The rest of innovativeness indicators did not show any significant relationship with export performance of.
Although some research has shown that firm innovativeness is associated with enhanced export success, the conditions under which firm innovativeness activities are most and least beneficial are not well by: This study was conducted to investigate the relationship between innovativeness, strategy types, environment and the export performance of SMEs in the Malaysian manufacturing sectors.
The conceptual framework is developed based on the innovativeness, strategy types, environment and the export performance. This study is based on a sample survey consisting of SMEs Author: Mandy Mok Kim Man, Syed Azizi Wafa.
van Dijk, M. The determinants of export performance in developing countries: The case of Indonesian manufacturing. Eindhoven Centre for Innovation Studies, The Netherlands, Working Paper.
Google Scholar; J. Väätänen and D. Podmetina, Global Business and Finance Review 12(3), (). Google ScholarCited by: Abstract. Innovation is widely regarded as one of the most important sources of sustainable competitive advantage in an increasingly changing environment, because it leads to product and process improvements, makes continuous advances that helps firms to survive, allows firms to grow more quickly, be more efficient, Cited by: The objective of the paper is to examine the influence of innovation measures on the export intensity of Italian high technology small and medium firms.
In fact, despite a growing number of empirical studies attempting to guide the approximation of the value of innovation and its relative impact on the export intensity, a distinction between innovation input and output Cited by: The relevant literature is conflicted about the direction of causality between innovation and exports.
In this paper we attempt to shed light on this relationship by setting a theoretical framework where a two-way causality is hypothesized to exist between these two firm activities. In addition, the role of firm age is highlighted as firms at different stages of their life Cited by: The results recognize that an INV entrepreneur’s personal and inter-firm networking are directly and positively related to business process innovativeness and export performance.
The findings also indicate that business process innovativeness acts as a mediator only between an INV’s inter-firm networking and its export performance. The purpose of this paper is to examine the effect of supply chain agility (SCA) on supply chain responsiveness (SCR), supply chain innovativeness (SCI) and export performance (EP) in the industrial sector in Jordan.
It also Cited by: 1. And it wasn’t clear whether this trend could be attributed to low levels of export market orientation and innovativeness that seemed to characterise most of the fruit exporting firms in Uganda, besides research on export market orientation, innovation and export performance is disappointingly scarce in Uganda.
The Mediating Role of Dynamic Capabilities on Innovativeness and Export Performance of Small and Medium Enterprises in Thailand International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management Vol No.2 (May-August, ) pp. 98 to-face inquiry or send the questionnaire to the target audience by mail, with a reply envelope.
the external environment, firm characteristics and firm strategy on the export performance of large Brazilian manufacturers. After this brief introduction, a review of the literature on the determinants of export performance is presented.
Next the conceptualization and operationalization of the focal construct are.I. Introduction. - II. Evolution of the Theory of International Trade: Attitudes towards the Technology Factor and the Schumpeterian Viewpoint as a Rationale for Studies at the Firm-Level.
- III. A Survey of Firm-Level Studies on the Determinants of Export Performance with an Emphasis on Technology Factor.Addressing this research gap, this study investigates the impact of export innovativeness (conceptualized as an exporting firm’s inclination to adopt new ideas that lead to the development of new export-related business processes and products that enable the firm to achieve competitive advantages and superior performance in export markets) on export by: 6.