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Author Ratajczak-Mrozek, Milena.
Title Network Embeddedness : Examining the Effect on Business Performance and Internationalization.
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017.

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Author Ratajczak-Mrozek, Milena.
Series Palgrave Studies of Internationalization in Emerging Markets
Palgrave studies of internationalization in emerging markets.
Subject Business networks -- Economic aspects.
International business enterprises.
Description 1 online resource (409 pages).
polychrome rdacc
Contents Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; 1 Introduction; References; 2 The Essence of the Network Approach; 2.1 The Concept of a Business Network and the IMP Network Approach; 2.2 The Concept of a Strategic Network; 2.3 The IMP Approach and the Strategic Approach to Networks-Differences Between Strategy Development and Relationship Management; References; 3 Relationships and Interactions as the Basis of Companies' Activities; 3.1 Relationships and Interactions-Definitions and Differences; 3.2 Main Determinants of Relationship Quality.
3.3 Typology of Companies' RelationshipsReferences; 4 Three Perspectives of Companies' Embeddedness; 4.1 Social Embeddedness; 4.2 Interorganizational Network Embeddedness; 4.3 The Territorial Approach to Embeddedness; 4.4 Systematization and Typology of Embeddedness; References; 5 The Importance of Embeddedness for Companies' Activities-Perspective of Relationships and Interactions; 5.1 The Role of Social Embeddedness and Personal Relationships; 5.2 The Role of Interorganizational Network Embeddedness and Interorganizational Relationships; 5.3 The Role of Territorial Embeddedness and Location.
7.2 The Outcomes of Internal and External Embeddedness-the Context of Multinational Enterprises7.3 Companies' Embeddedness, Its Outcomes and Effect on Business Performance; References; 8 Methodology of the Empirical Studies; 8.1 Methodology of the Qualitative Study; 8.2 Methodology of the Quantitative Study and Characteristics of the Sample; References; 9 Positive and Negative Outcomes of Embeddedness for the Domestic and International Activity-Case Studies Analysis; 9.1 IKEA Industry Zbaszynek; 9.1.1 Business Activity of the Focal Company in International Markets
9.1.2 Internal Embeddedness of IKEA Industry Zbaszynek9.1.3 External Embeddedness of IKEA Industry Zbaszynek; 9.1.4 Positive and Negative Outcomes of Internal Embeddedness; 9.1.5 Positive and Negative Outcomes of External Embeddedness; 9.2 Flow Company; 9.2.1 The Company's Operation and Development in International Market; 9.2.2 Flow's Embeddedness in Interorganizational Relationships; 9.2.3 Positive and Negative Outcomes of Embeddedness; 9.3 Gridia-nSense Poland; 9.3.1 The Company's Operation and Development in International Market
Bibliography Note References6 The Network Theory of Companies' Internationalization-the Importance of Relationships for International Expansion; 6.1 The Network Model of Internationalization and the Revisited Uppsala Model 2009; 6.2 Inward Internationalization and Inward Relationships in the Internationalization Process; 6.3 Main Areas of Research in the Network Theory of Internationalization; References; 7 The Importance of Embeddedness for Companies' International Activities; 7.1 Network Embeddedness of Multinational Enterprises.
Note 9.3.2 The Company's Embeddedness in Interorganizational and Personal Relationships.
Summary This book systematizes the concepts of business relationships and network embeddedness, taking a new approach to internationalization, relevant for the global economy. It reflects the growing importance of network internationalization theory and explores the impact of embeddedness in domestic and foreign relationships on a company's performance. The author questions the validity of the distinction between domestic and foreign activity of companies and demonstrates that in the B2B market, there are actually no exclusively domestic companies which are not directly or indirectly connected with foreign entities. Chapters cover both small to medium sized enterprises and large multinational corporations, presenting a qualitative analysis of over 400 companies including case studies from the IT and furniture industries. This informative study will provide useful insight for academics and students of business and management, international business and organization studies.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783319565118 (electronic bk.)
3319565117 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-56511-8
OCLC # 1000453141
Additional Format Print version: Ratajczak-Mrozek, Milena. Network Embeddedness : Examining the Effect on Business Performance and Internationalization. Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017 9783319565101

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