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Predicting the Diversity of Foreign Entry Modes

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This paper expands entry mode literature by referring to multiple modes exerted in different value chain activities within and across host markets, rather than to a single entry mode at the host market level. Scale of operations and knowledge intensity are argued to affect firms’ entry mode diversity across value chain activities and host markets. Analyzing a sample of Israeli based firms we show that larger firms exhibit a higher degree of entry mode diversity both across value chain activities and across host markets. Higher levels of knowledge intensity are also associated with more diversity in firms’ entry modes across both dimensions.

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Niron Hashai, Christian G. Asmussen, Gabriel R. G. Benito, Bent Petersen

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eng

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http://hdl.handle.net/10398/7445

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