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Rethinking the paradigm of service internationalisation: Less resource-intensive market entry modes for information-intensive soft services
AbstractAbstract and Key Results The service sector is becoming increasingly important in the global economy; this is especially true for ‘soft’ services involved in providing information andExpand
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The power of individual cultural values in global virtual teams
This paper investigates the perceptions of members of 43 culturally diverse global virtual teams, with respect to team processes and outcomes. Despite widespread acknowledgement of the challengesExpand
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Understanding the drivers of international performance for born global firms: an integrated perspective
Grounded in the resource-based view of the firm and the network perspective on internationalisation, we develop and test a model of early performance for born global firms. We employ a mixed-methodsExpand
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The determinants of trust in multicultural global virtual teams
Using a sample of 59 global virtual teams, we focus on the determinants of team members' perceptions regarding the level of trust within groups. Culture, task interdependence, conflict, and theExpand
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Perceived Competence, Discrepancy Scores, and Global Self-Worth.
  • E. Rose, D. Larkin
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Adapted physical activity quarterly : APAQ
  • 1 April 2002
According to Harter (1985a), global self-worth (GSW) can be predicted from the relationship between perceptions of competence and importance ratings. In this study, we employed Harter's (1985b)Expand
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Evidence for the validity of the Children's Attraction to Physical Activity questionnaire (CAPA) with young children.
Attraction to physical activity is important to an individual's intrinsic motivation to engage in play, games and sports. While there are instruments designed to measure attraction to physicalExpand
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Foreign Direct Investment Location Strategies in the Tire Industry
We analyze the nature of international competition among multinational firms in the tire industry. Using the frameworks of the theories of oligopolistic reaction and foreign direct investment, weExpand
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FDI location at the subnational level: a study of EJVs in China
The location of FDI activities by MNEs is of interest to international business researchers, especially in light of the rapidly changing economic landscapes in many regions of the world. This paperExpand
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Business strategy and performance in Indonesia’s service sector
Purpose The relationship between strategic choices and performance in service firms in emerging markets has remained largely under-researched. This study aims to address this issue byExpand
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Does Motor Competence Affect Self-Perceptions Differently for Adolescent Males and Females?
Little is understood about the impact of level of motor competence on self-perceptions in adolescence, in particular how this may differentially affect girls and boys. A sample of 1,568 14-year-oldExpand
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