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Johanson, J. and Mattsson, L.G. () Internationalization in Industrial Systems —A Network Approach. In Hood, N. and Vahlne, J., Eds., Strategies in Global. Lars-Gunnar Mattsson, Stockholm School of Economics. STRATEGIC ACTION , Hakansson & Johanson, ) on positions and strategies in networks. This paper aims to contribute towards the internationalisation literature by using the network approach. Johanson and Mattson’s () network model is used to.

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The network model of internationalisation and experiential knowledge. This study operationalised the network model of internationalisation [Johanson, J. Internationalization in industrial systems–a network approach. Croom Helm] to test the association between experiential knowledge, firm degree of internationalisation and market degree of internationalisation. Adaptations of Eriksson et al.

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The regression results indicate that internationalisation knowledge is re lated to firm internationalisation, foreign institutional knowledge is associated with both firm and market internationalisation, and foreign business knowledge is strongly related to internationalisation knowledge.

Implications are drawn relating to the effect of different international strategies on the generation of internationalisation knowledge, the vicarious acquisition of foreign institutional knowledge, especially in relation to parent companies and government organisations, and the need to more effectively measure the outcomes of the ac cumulation of foreign business knowledge. Download full text from publisher File URL: Full text for ScienceDirect subscribers only As the access to this document is restricted, you may want to search for a different version of it.

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