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|Title:||An eclectic perspective on the internationalization of Australian mobile services SMEs|
|Author:||Rao Hill, S.|
|Citation:||Mobile Services Industries, Technologies, and Applications in the Global Economy, 2013 / Lee, I. (ed./s), pp.55-73|
|Publisher Place:||United States|
|Sally Rao Hill, Indrit Troshani and Susan Freeman|
|Abstract:||In response to calls for further research and drawing from industry, network, knowledge, and institution theories, this chapter takes an eclectic approach to investigate the internationalization of knowledge-based service SMEs operating in the mobile services industry. The authors employ qualitative evidence collected from in-depth interviews with seventeen Australian SMEs that export mobile data services. They find that an eclectic framework inclusive of concepts inherent in industry-, network-, knowledge-, and institution-based perspectives is required to explain the complex phenomena concerning the internationalization of mobile data service firms. This framework is a contribution to the existing body of knowledge as it can help organizations that have internationalization ambitions to carry out in-depth analyses of their potential and opportunities.|
|Rights:||Copyright © 2013, IGI Global.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business School publications|
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