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Rubina Romanello
University of Udine
4Publications
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#1Rubina Romanello (University of Udine)H-Index: 2
#2Maria Chiarvesio (University of Udine)H-Index: 6
The literature on early internationalization has evolved rapidly in the last few decades. Firms that achieve early and rapid internationalization have emerged as newcomers in the international arena. Disclosed in the late 1980s, international new ventures and born globals today are well known by academics, practitioners, and policymakers. However, the rapid evolution of literature on this topic has produced a considerable corpus of articles in just a few years, discouraging the realization of it...
#1Maria ChiarvesioH-Index: 6
#2Rubina RomanelloH-Index: 2
The contemporary dynamics impose companies to both innovate and internationalize at the same time while remaining competitive in the international marketplace. With this context in mind, Industry 4.0 technologies have the potential to increase the competitiveness of companies, leading to a new era of “Manufacturing Renaissance.” Recently, conceptual studies have speculated on possible impacts of the adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies in terms of international business. However, empirical stud...
#1Maria ChiarvesioH-Index: 6
#2Rubina RomanelloH-Index: 2
Abstract The contemporary dynamics impose companies to both innovate and internationalize at the same time while remaining competitive in the international marketplace. With this context in mind, Industry 4.0 technologies have the potential to increase the competitiveness of companies, leading to a new era of “Manufacturing Renaissance.” Recently, conceptual studies have speculated on possible impacts of the adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies in terms of international business. However, empir...
#1Rubina Romanello (University of Udine)H-Index: 2
#2Maria Chiarvesio (University of Udine)H-Index: 6
The literature on firms’ early internationalization includes a huge number of studies investigating the entry stage of companies, while works on the post-entry growth and survival have recently been increasing. In this context, this study aims to better explain which factors determine the evolution of born globals (BGs) during their lifecycles. The authors analyze the growth processes of six Italian manufacturing BGs at different stages of their development, with a particular focus on the transi...
#1Rubina RomanelloH-Index: 2
#2Maria ChiarvesioH-Index: 6
Internationalization research has long been dominated by stage theories, until two decades ago academics noted the existence of firms able to internationalize soon after their foundation. Labelled "born globals", these companies achieve early and rapid internationalization. To date, scholars have mainly analysed the entryinternationalization phase of these companies, while post-entry stages, growth and maturity have been little explored. Through a multiple case study approach, the authors analys...
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