Internationalisation Process of Emerging Market Enterprises
Osorio Puentes, Juan Sebastian (2009) Internationalisation Process of Emerging Market Enterprises. [Dissertation (University of Nottingham only)] (Unpublished)
The characteristics of emerging market firms vary to those of „standard‟ firms. This is because the cultural framework under which the emerging market firms were created taught them how to deal with issues such as corruption and bureaucracy encountered in their own countries. A „standard‟ firm does not possess the know-how to deal with these to the same extent and as a consequence, they have to strive further to succeed in emerging markets. On the other hand, the financial resources for a „standard‟ firm are far superior to emerging market firms which means that developed market firms will find it easier from a financial point of view to internationalise into emerging markets than the other way around.
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