¡Nos trasladamos! E-Prints cerrará el 7 de junio.

En las próximas semanas vamos a migrar nuestro repositorio a una nueva plataforma con muchas funcionalidades nuevas. En esta migración las fechas clave del proceso son las siguientes:

Es muy importante que cualquier depósito se realice en E-Prints Complutense antes del 7 de junio. En caso de urgencia para realizar un depósito, se puede comunicar a docta@ucm.es.

Imprinting and early exposure to developed international markets: The case of the new multinationals



Downloads per month over past year

García-Canal, Esteban and Guillén, Mauro F. and Fernández, Paloma and Puig Raposo, Nuria (2018) Imprinting and early exposure to developed international markets: The case of the new multinationals. BRQ Business Research Quarterly, 21 (3). pp. 141-152. ISSN 2340-9436

[thumbnail of Imprinting and early exposure to developed.pdf]
Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives.


Official URL: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.brq.2018.05.001


Previous research has analyzed the imprinting effect associated with the firm’s international expansion without considering the full range of differences between home and host countries. These differences are important because, depending on the development gap, and the direction of the difference, learning opportunities and the possibility of upgrading firm’s capabilities will be vastly different. For this reason, we analyze the specific influence of the exposure to a specific group of international markets, those that are more developed than the country of origin of the focal firm. Obviously, this exposure benefits especially firms from emerging and middle-income countries, which we refer to as ‘‘new multinationals.’’ We analyze the different factors that influence the nature and intensity of the imprinting effect associated to the exposure to developed international markets by new multinationals.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Imprinting; Early internationalization; New multinationals; Entry mode; Capability upgrading.
Subjects:Social sciences > Economics > Industrial management
Social sciences > Economics > World economy
JEL:M160, F23, M10
ID Code:51571
Deposited On:21 Mar 2019 12:57
Last Modified:03 Apr 2019 08:54

Origin of downloads

Repository Staff Only: item control page