UK export performance research 1990-2003: review and theoretical framework

P. Dimitratos, Jeffrey E. Johnson, K.I.N. Ibeh, Jonathan Slow, Rod B. McNaughton (Editor), Jim D. Bell (Editor)

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Abstract

Previous research on export performance has been criticized for being a mosaic of autonomous endeavours and for a lack of theoretical development. Building upon extant models of export performance, and a review and analysis of research on export performance in the UK for the period 1990-2005, an integrated model of export performance is developed and theoretical explanations of export performance are put forward. It is suggested that a multi-theory approach to explaining export performance is viable. Management and policy implications for the UK emerging from the review and synthesis of the literature and the integrated model are discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEntrepreneurship and Globalization
Place of PublicationLondon, United Kingdom
Number of pages1920
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Publication series

NameContemporary Issues in Business and Globalization
PublisherSAGE Publications

Keywords

  • integrated model
  • UK export performance

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Dimitratos, P., Johnson, J. E., Ibeh, K. I. N., Slow, J., McNaughton, R. B. (Ed.), & Bell, J. D. (Ed.) (2008). UK export performance research 1990-2003: review and theoretical framework. In Entrepreneurship and Globalization (Contemporary Issues in Business and Globalization)..