Ch10Sldiesandnotes187 - LEARNING OBJECTIVES After studying...

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES After studying this chapter, you should be able to: 1. !.rndeEtand how institutions and reeurce alfect liability of foreignnss 2 Match tie quest for l@ation-specrfic advanbges with strategrc goals (wtee to enter) 3. Compare and confrast fi6t- and late-movs advantag6 (w/re, bo entei) 4 Follow the @mprehensive model of forqgn market entries (tow to enter) 5 Participab in thr@ leadihg deb.tes on foreign market entries 6 Draw impli@tions for actbn LIABILITY OF FOREIGNNESS D the inherent disadvantaoe f.reicn firms experience in host countri6s becarise cf their nonnatiVe StatUs ) differences in formal and informal institutions governing the rglesg[lhe galne in different iOunfrreS - ---- ----- -- s J E t, nrsouncrs, AND FORE6N MARKFT ENTRIES \* Duc-:,'il vd[r-ow.c b.\"i1^ \*t WHEi.E TO ENTER.? 'location-specifi c adva ntages - favorable locations ln certain countries rlay glve flrms operdtlng there an advantage agglomeration - beyond geographic advantages, location-speciflc advantages dlso arlse from the clusterlng of economic actlvltles in certaln bcatlons natural resource seeking - resources are tied to particular forelgn locations WHERE TO ENTER? innovation seeking -
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Ch10Sldiesandnotes187 - LEARNING OBJECTIVES After studying...

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