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|Title:||When experience meets national institutional environmental change: Foreign entry attempts of U.S. Firms in the Central and Eastern European Region|
National institutional environment
|Source:||Xia, J., Boal, K., Delios, A. (2009). When experience meets national institutional environmental change: Foreign entry attempts of U.S. Firms in the Central and Eastern European Region. Strategic Management Journal 30 (12) : 1286-1309. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1002/smj.794|
|Abstract:||We develop an institutional change perspective to examine the tension that can exist between evolving external environmental influences and internal organizational influences on foreign entry attempts. Using data on the entries of 215 U.S. public firms made into 11 Central and Eastern European transition economies during the period of 1990-2003, we find that shifts in national institutional environments, from a socialist to a market economy, reduce the extent of challenges encountered to make a hierarchical entry, which leads to an increase in foreign hierarchical entry attempts but not necessarily to a decrease in relational entry attempts as institutional transformation. We find evidence of inertial influences as experienced entrants tend to follow their previous decisions when making subsequent entry attempts. Further, they are less responsive in their foreign entry strategies to the institutional transformation in a given host country than inexperienced firms. We also find that the experience gained from relational entries results in more hierarchical entry attempts, but hierarchical entry experience results in fewer relational entry attempts. © 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.|
|Source Title:||Strategic Management Journal|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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