Published 2000 by Centre for Development Economics, Delhi School of Economics in [Delhi .
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|Statement||T.A. Bhavani, Suresh D. Tendulkar.|
|Series||Working paper ;, no. 81, Working paper series (Delhi School of Economics. Centre for Development Economics) ;, no. 81.|
|Contributions||Tendulkar, Suresh D., Delhi School of Economics. Centre for Development Economics.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 2003/60072 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
|LC Control Number||2002285648|
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The Determinants of Export Performance: A Firm-Level Study of Italian Manufacturing By Alessandro Sterlacchini Contents: I. Introduction. - II. Export Performance, Firms' Characteristics and Innovative Activities. - III. An Empirical Analysis for Italian Manufacturing Firms.
- IV. Concluding Remarks. - Appendix. Introduction. The firm-level controllable determinants of export performance are classified into Firm Characteristics, Resources & Capabilities; Export Marketing Strategy; and Management Characteristics.
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10, No. 1, pp. Cited by: This chapter examines the determinants of firm-level export performance in Sri Lanka focusing on factors deriving from theories of comparative advantage.
Section reviews available econometric studies of firm-level export : Ganeshan Wignaraja. determinants of propensity to export to Africa region were firm size, capital–labour ratio, skill intensity and being a chemical firm. This compares with firm size and being an agro-based firm for exporting to the Western Europe region.
On the determinants of the decision to export or not, firm size, Asian ownership, capital–labour ratio. Downloadable. The paper determines the factors affecting the export performance of firms in three main manufacturing sectors in the Philippines.
Specifically, firm-level characteristics like firm size, firm age, and foreign affiliation are identified and statistically Determinants of firm level export performance book to determine if they affect a firm's capability to export.
The study uses a novel econometric model that specifically. Studies analyzing firm-level export performance in developing countries were conducted for Chile (Alvarez ), Mauritius (Wignaraja ), Ghana (Sarpong and Wolf ), and Indonesia (van Dijk ). In the Chilean firms, factors affect-ing the decision to export and the determinants of export success were identified.
The paper seeks to analyse the determinants of export performance for large firms operating in the machinery and transpoprt equipment Industry of India. The study follows the neo-factor proportion and neo-technology approaches relevant for firm level export.
The study establishes the importance of skill factors and technological collaborations in explaining the export performance of firms. The purpose of this study is to examine the firm-level determinants of export performance of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) using the Strategic Export Model.
This study attempts to understand how internal/firm-level variables can be used to complement macro-level policies and programmes to help improve the level of exports Determinants of firm level export performance book Ghana. The performance is mostly measured by achievement of a number of firm objectives, namely economic and strategic objectives that cover for export sales, profits, sales ratio, propensity to export.
firm-level determinants of export performance of ghanaian small and medium enterprises by kojo kakra twum () this thesis is submitted to the university of ghana business school, university of ghana, legon in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the award of a master of philosophy (marketing option) degree.
june, Taxonomy for Firm-Level Determinants of Export Performance Universal Journal of Industrial and Business Management, Vol. 2, No. 1, Jan.pp.Horizon Research Publishing Corporation, Alhambra, CA, USA.
capital in export performance the same for firms that export directly and indirectly. and (iii) Is there geographical differentiation between C.E.E. and M.E.N.A. countries at the firm-level determinants of export performance.
The analysis is based on a firm-level database (B.E.E.P.S. V) and covers the period between and We estimate the. Firm Level Determinants of Export Performance The firm level determinates includes the internal factors of the export performance and are classified into three broad categories, namely (i) Firm Characteristics, Resources and Capabilities, (ii) Management Characteristics and (iii) Export Marketing Strategy (Brouthers, Nakos.
A review article on the determinants of export performance seeking to extend the pioneering work of Aaby and Slater (). Applies the meta‐analytic vote‐counting method to a set of studies of export performance published during to Identifies those elements of Aaby and Slater′s “strategic export model” which are significant and provides confidence intervals for the.
This paper empirically investigates the determinants of Chinese export performance using cross-sectional data at the industry level. We find that the export performance of different industries is significantly influenced by labour costs, foreign direct investment (FDI) and firm size, and thus open to a variety of explanations offered by traditional and new trade theories.
Firm-Level Export Performance Assessment: Review, Evaluation, and Development Constantine S. Katsikeas, Leonidas C. Leonidou, and Neil A. Morgan Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 4, Downloadable.
In this paper, we investigate the determinants of firm-level services export performance. Our focus is on three main aspects affecting services export: international capital linkages (FDI relationships), the existence of trade barriers, the demand and supply factors.
The estimated models of the export performance include product and firm-level controls, such as foreign demand. Determinants of Firm-Level Investment and Exporting Peter H. Egger and Katharina Erhardty Abstract This paper proposes a theoretical model of nance constraints, investment, sales, and exporting, where nance constraints may in uence not only export volume but also the export-to-sales ratio (export intensity) of a rm through.
Abstract The objective of this study was to identify the key variables affecting export performance at the firm level and draw the policy implications necessary to enhance Oman fish exports. The methodology adopted is inspired from the international marketing literature, which postulates that export performance is determined by both internal factors, under the control of the firm, and external.
This paper investigates the determinants of firm level export intensity in New Zealand's agriculture and forestry over the period Applying a random effects model, it is uncovered that export intensity is driven by firm productivity and export market diversification.
() fail to find any relation between the firms size and export performance Pattblanda () found a negative impact of FS on the export performance. Thus, the following hypothesis will be tested: H1: There is a positive relation between a firm's size and its export performance FA is the age of firm.
sufficiently rich to test for a wide range of determinants of export propensity pointed out in the literature. One of our aims is to analyse differences in export behaviour between industries, rarely done in firm level studies.
This is important because industries differ. The determinants of export performance: A review of the research in the literature between and it seems that none of the studies reviewed here collected data from more than one informant in the firm; (f) an increasing number of studies have been using the export venture as the unit of analysis; (g) the level of statistical.
the influence of market structure on firm strategy and performance. While there is a range of specific models, major determinants of firm-level profitability include: (1) characteristic^ of the industry in which the firm competes; (2) the firm's position relative to its competitors; and (3).
the external environment, firm characteristics and firm strategy on the export performance of large Brazilian manufacturers. After this brief introduction, a review of the literature on the determinants of export performance is presented.
Next the conceptualization and operationalization of. Firm-Level Determinants of Export Performance: Evidence from the Philippines 45th Annual Meeting Philippine Economic Society 14 November Ma. Teresa S. Dueñas-Caparas. Determinants of export growth at the extensive and intensive margins: Evidence from product and firm-level data for Pakistan.
Introduction. Trade and export performance of Pakistan in the last years has not been positive, as documented in several reports (Planning Commission,World BankManesLahore University ). To test empirically the relationship between export performance and its major selected determinants such as: real gross domestic product, real effective exchange rate, financial development, export diversification index, terms of trade, total investment, trade openness and major trade partner GDP per capita i.e.
China. and hence, exert a significant influence on the firm-level export performance. Hence, firms have to retain and enhance their commitment towards exporting in order to ensure effective and profitable actions, and the role played. 1 For the review of literature on determinants of firm-level export performance see.
Firm-level evidence on export performance for other CEE economies is also scarce and limited to country studies based on firm surveys. The notable exception is the recent study by Putniņš (), who employed an international business approach to studying the determinants of export competitiveness of Latvian firms.
He finds that. Bhavani, T. A., & Tendulkar, S. Determinants of firm-level export performance: a case study of Indian textile garments and apparel industry. Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, 10(1), This paper presents both a comparative analysis of South Africa's export structure and performance and an econometric investigation of the determinants of export volumes.
The paper finds that the improved growth and diversification of South African manufactured exports during the s lag those of East Asia and a few other resource‐based. Determinants of Export Growth at the Extensive and Intensive Margins: Evidence from Product and Firm-Level Data for Pakistan.
interesting since the country's recent trade policy has reverted to a protectionist path since the mids and trade performance is stagnating, as indicated by a decrease in its trade-to-gross domestic product.
This paper explores the determinants of export performance at the level of firms in respect of their characteristics and supply side constraints.
The analysis is based on a survey of export-oriented firms in four major sectors. The results indicate a relationship between the better performance of fo.
This paper studies the determinants of firm-level revenues, as a measure of the performance of firms in China’s domestic and export markets. The analysis of the determinants of the aforementioned outcomes calls for a mixed linear–nonlinear econometric approach. Marketing strategy determinants of export performance: a meta-analysis.
Journal of Business Research, 55 (1), doi: /S(00) Author quesada Posted on Ma Categories Marketing. Determinants of Firm Performance and Growth We apply panel VAR analysis to identify firm-level and country-level determinants of firm employment and investment to cyclical fluctuations in nine CEECs (Bulgaria, Czech republic, Croatia, firm's export propensity, type of firm where we distinguish between foreign-owned and.
Determinants of firm-level export performance: a case study of indian textile garments and apparel industry. Journal of International Trade and Economic Development, 10, Blalock, G.
& Gertler, P.J. Learning from exporting revisited in a less developed setting. Journal of. Munch, Jakob, and Georg Schaur. The effect of export promotion on firm-level performance. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy – [Google Scholar] Nguyen, Bich Thi Ngoc, Hai Thi Thanh Tran, Oanh Hoang Le, Phuoc Thi Nguyen, Thien Hiep Trinh, and Viet Le.
(Davies,Helfat,Baldwin and Rafiquzzaman, ). The firm-level determinants of export performance have been investigated extensively (Chetty and Hamilton, ) and encompasses a variety of different factors regarding the significance of firms demographics.Researchers rarely have cause to collect data from a single export venture from firms, since data at this level are unlikely to generalize to the firm as a whole, and may lead to a biased picture of the determinants of overall export performance., – Researchers sometimes find that their passage to publication is blocked by reviewers who.Internal and external determinants of export performance The results of the study found that the three constructs used as firm-level determinants in the study namely: firm characteristics, firm competencies and capabilities, and firm export marketing strategies are generally positively and significantly related to firm‟s export performance.