Research on the internationalization process of firms shows that the development of experiential knowledge is a major factor in explaining firms' internationalization. However, our knowledge of how this takes place is limited. The detailed mechanisms of learning, and the effects of the duration of the firm's international operations, have not been studied in depth. Using examples from Denmark, Finland, South Korea, New Zealand and Sweden, the contributors to this book examine these factors and test the basic assumptions of the internationalization process of firms. In so doing, they explore how firms accumulate knowledge on foreign markets and analyse whether the number of countries in which firms operate influences the quantity and quality of knowledge accumulated. The effect is to expand our understanding of the use of knowledge and the international transfer of knowledge in the internationalization process.
The internationalization process of firms; knowledge accumulation and knowledge transfer issues; foreign market entry issues.
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