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Title: Timing of Entry and the Foreign Subsidiary Performance of Japanese Firms
Authors: Delios, A. 
Makino, S.
Issue Date: 2003
Source: Delios, A.,Makino, S. (2003). Timing of Entry and the Foreign Subsidiary Performance of Japanese Firms. Journal of International Marketing 11 (3) : 83-105. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Delios and Makino adopt a contingency approach to analyze the relationship between timing of entry and a subsidiary's relative size and its survival. Using a sample of 6955 foreign entries of 703 Japanese firms, the authors develop and test hypotheses about asset-based competitive advantage moderators of timing of entry's influence on a subsidiary's relative size and survival. The results show that early entrants not only have a larger relative size but also have greater exit likelihood than do late entrants. The magnitude of these effects depends on the type of asset advantages a foreign investing firm possesses.
Source Title: Journal of International Marketing
ISSN: 1069031X
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