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Collaborating with competitors to acquire resources
This paper uses both a survey and a case study from New Zealand to explore the role of network relationships in the internationalisation of small and medium-sized enterprises. These networks can takeExpand
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Phylogenetic analysis of Myriapoda using three nuclear protein-coding genes.
We assessed the ability of three nuclear protein-encoding genes-elongation factor-1alpha (EF-1alpha), RNA polymerase II (Pol II), and elongation factor-2 (EF-2)-from 59 myriapod and 12 non-myriapodExpand
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The network model of internationalisation and experiential knowledge
This study operationalised the network model of internationalisation [Johanson, J., & Mattsson, L.-G. (1988). Internationalization in industrial systems--a network approach. In N. Hood, & J.-E.Expand
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Natural monopoly privatisation under different regulatory regimes
Purpose – To compare the profitability and technical efficiency of firms in a monopoly industry, airports, operating with different degrees of market power and under differing regulatory regimes,Expand
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Small firm internationalization through experiential learning: The moderating role of socialization tactics
The importance of experiential knowledge for small firm internationalization has been emphasized in the process model of internationalization, the international new venture or born-global frameworksExpand
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This empirically driven paper presents a conceptual model which relates performance to both the lifecycle of the firm and of its networks. The data imply that the ability to fundamentally changeExpand
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Resource Leveraging Via Networks by High-Technology Entrepreneurial Firms
Resource leveraging (accessing external resources) from a variety of sources is examined in terms of company age and growth level.A sample of New Zealand high-technology manufacturers established inExpand
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A murine Zic3 transcript with a premature termination codon evades nonsense-mediated decay during axis formation
SUMMARY The ZIC transcription factors are key mediators of embryonic development and ZIC3 is the gene most commonly associated with situs defects (heterotaxy) in humans. Half of patient ZIC3Expand
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Salmonella Typhi survives in human macrophages by neutralizing the RAB32/BLOC-3 host-defence pathway
Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi (S. Typhi) causes typhoid fever, a bacterial disease killing hundreds of thousands of people annually. Unlike other Salmonella, S. Typhi only infects humans. TheExpand
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An interregional analysis of venture capital and technology funding in the UK
Abstract This paper considers venture capital funding in relation to small high-technology manufacturing firms located in Scotland and the South-East of England. Empirical information is cited fromExpand
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