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Institutional Export Barriers on Exporters from Emerging Markets: Evidence from China

Jia Li Orcid Logo, Ling Liu

Advances in Theory and Practice of Emerging Markets, Pages: 331 - 338

Swansea University Author: Jia Li Orcid Logo

Abstract

The emerging markets have become the increasingly important trading nations in the global economy. Given its significance to practitioners and policymakers, export barriers has been the popular topic in the international business studies. However, research about export barriers caused by the local i...

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Published in: Advances in Theory and Practice of Emerging Markets
ISBN: 9783319750125 9783319750132
ISSN: 2522-5006 2522-5014
Published: Cham Springer International Publishing 2018
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa40426
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Abstract: The emerging markets have become the increasingly important trading nations in the global economy. Given its significance to practitioners and policymakers, export barriers has been the popular topic in the international business studies. However, research about export barriers caused by the local institutions are under developed, though institutional voids and institutional inefficiency are reported as the major determinants for business development in emerging markets. This paper aims to fill in this gap by exploring the institutional export barriers in emerging markets. Based on existing studies on export barriers and institutional perspective, a conceptual framework is initially developed by separating formal and informal institutional export barriers. Then three specific institutional export barriers are identified, including government policy, weak legal system and informal and personal networks. In the meanwhile, this paper sheds light on how the institutional export barriers are developed and obstruct exporting in emerging markets.
Keywords: Institutional export barriers, Exporting, Emerging markets, China
College: School of Management
Start Page: 331
End Page: 338