Core rigidities of micromultinationals: the Scottish experience

K.I.N. Ibeh, P. Dimitratos, Jeffrey E. Johnson, Jonathan Slow, M.V. Jones (Editor), Pavlos Dimitratos (Editor), Margaret Fletcher (Editor), Stephen Young (Editor)

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Abstract

While there are many studies concerning internationalized small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), examination of a special type of internationalized small firm, notably the micromultinational (mMNE) is particularly scant. Drawing on the resource-based view and an in-depth case study analysis of 15 firms in Scotland, the chapter discusses core rigidities that may inhibit growth of mMNEs.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternationalization, entrepreneurship and the smaller firm: Evidence from around the world
Place of PublicationCheltenham, United Kingdom
Pages139-149
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Keywords

  • small and medium sized enterprises
  • SMEs
  • internationalized small firm
  • micromultinational firm
  • mMNE
  • Scotland
  • core rigidities

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Ibeh, K. I. N., Dimitratos, P., Johnson, J. E., Slow, J., Jones, M. V. (Ed.), Dimitratos, P. (Ed.), Fletcher, M. (Ed.), & Young, S. (Ed.) (2009). Core rigidities of micromultinationals: the Scottish experience. In Internationalization, entrepreneurship and the smaller firm: Evidence from around the world (pp. 139-149).