International Journal of Emerging Markets: Volume 11 Issue 2

Category:

International Business

Table of contents - Special Issue: Exploring the interconnections between institutions, innovation, geography, and internationalization in emerging markets

Guest Editors: William Newburry, John R. McIntyre and Wlamir Xavier

Knowledge will set you free: Enhancing the firm’s responsiveness to institutional change

Luis Alfonso Dau

The purpose of this paper is to combine notions from the POST Model of Economic Geography and Learning Theory from International Business to study how firms may enhance…

Experience the “ambience”: Testing perceptions of ambient advertising innovations between the United States and Indian consumers

Jun Wu, Anshu Saxena Arora, Amit Arora

Ambient advertising is a unique, intimate and non-traditional form of communication between the product and the consumer; and uses all physical and environmental elements…

Reverse innovation antecedents

Felipe Mendes Borini, Sidney Costa, Moacir de Miranda Oliveira Junior

– The purpose of this paper is to determine the antecedents of reverse innovation.

Competitiveness of clusters: A comparative analysis between wine industries in Chile and Brazil

Greici Sarturi, Carlos Augusto França Vargas, João Maurício Gama Boaventura, Silvio Aparecido dos Santos

The purpose of this paper is to deepen the discussion regarding the competitiveness of clusters based on a theoretical and empirical study that compares the level of…

State capitalism and clusters: the case of Brazilian shipbuilding

Frank L. DuBois, Marcos Andre Mendes Primo

State capitalism is an economic model that relies on the role of a strong central government to support chosen firms and industries with subsidies, tax benefits and other…

Is collective efficiency in subsistence clusters a growth strategy? The case of the wood industry in Oberá, Argentina

Carlos M. F-Jardon, Regina Negri Pagani

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs), which main objective is to satisfy the basic needs of the entrepreneur, when geographically concentrated make up subsistence clusters…

The effects of past satisfaction and commitment on the future intention to internationalize

Jase R Ramsey, Livia Barakat, Matthew C. Mitchell, Thomas Ganey, Olesea Voloshin

The purpose of this paper is to provide evidence that firms that are more committed to internationalization, systematically differ from firms that are less committed to…

Cover of International Journal of Emerging Markets

ISSN:

1746-8809

Online date, start – end:

2006

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof Ilan Alon