Journal of International Marketing
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Prior research indicates the importance of new product launches across international markets for firm performance. However, little is known about if, and how, new product launches in international ...
Despite the critical importance of emotional intelligence in effectively interacting with other people, its role has been overlooked in scholarly research on cross-border interorganizational relati...
Rapid global economic development and liberalization have increased the motivation and opportunities for firms to enter into international joint venture (IJV) agreements. Numerous studies in the in...
Although prior research is congested with constructs intended to capture consumers’ dispositions toward globalization and global/local products, their effects appear to replicate with difficulty, a...
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#1Jieke ChenH-Index: 2
#2Carlos M.P. SousaH-Index: 18
Last.Xinming HeH-Index: 8
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Little is known in the literature about dynamic export pricing, and particularly how the external environment interacts with a firm’s export pricing decisions and its long-term effect on export sal...
The understanding of experiential learning through export learning process (XLP), and its outcomes, is limited in the international marketing literature. Using multisource, time-lagged data of exporting firms in the United Kingdom and China, this study finds that XLP is positively associated with marketing strategy adaptation for both U.K. and Chinese exporters. Results suggest contrasting moderating effects of experiential knowledge resources (i.e., psychic dispersion, multinationality, and dur...
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#1Xiaoling GuoH-Index: 1
#2Martin HeinbergH-Index: 1
Last.Shaoming ZouH-Index: 1
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The extant literature has not examined the conditions that govern integrative and exclusionary reactions to cultural hybrid products with sufficient detail. Within an emerging-market setting, this ...
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The effects on innovation of the dual embeddedness of returnee young ventures (RYVs) in both domestic and international networks of relationships and knowledge contexts are important for value crea...
#1Florian KockH-Index: 4
#2Alexander JosiassenH-Index: 20
Last.A. George Assaf (UMass: University of Massachusetts Amherst)H-Index: 29
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Understanding how consumers use a product’s country-of-origin (COO) cue is fundamental to explaining their behavior in a globalized marketplace. While the study of COO is one of the most popular to...
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