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Export intention in developing countries: A configuration approach to managerial success factors

Mohamed Yacine Haddoud, Paul Jones Orcid Logo, Robert Newbery

Journal of Small Business Management, Volume: 59, Issue: 1, Pages: 107 - 135

Swansea University Author: Paul Jones Orcid Logo

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DOI (Published version): 10.1111/jsbm.12470

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What drives small and medium‐sized enterprises (SMEs) to enter export markets? This study introduces a configuration approach using a fuzzy‐set qualitative comparative analysis to show that, contrary to previous findings, export intention does not depend on any one managerial characteristic, but rat...

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Published in: Journal of Small Business Management
ISSN: 0047-2778 1540-627X
Published: UK Taylor and Francis 2020
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description What drives small and medium‐sized enterprises (SMEs) to enter export markets? This study introduces a configuration approach using a fuzzy‐set qualitative comparative analysis to show that, contrary to previous findings, export intention does not depend on any one managerial characteristic, but rather on the interplay of these attributes. Using a sample of 180 Algerian non‐exporters, findings suggest that firms’ export intention is determined by two distinct combinations of managerial attributes, namely: (export perception*entrepreneurial orientation) and (export perception*international orientation*foreign knowledge*Age). In line with the emerging resource orchestration view, such findings hold significant implications for both theory and practice.
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