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generalizabilityof the results is limited.
from a single industry and hence the
Caution m s also be exercisedin drawing cause-effectinferences from the
study because of the use of cross-sectional data. The use of cross-sectional
design limits our ability to rule out alternative causal inferences. Studies
involving dynamic processes such a s entry mode choice mayequite a temporal
focus making longitudinal designs more appropriate. In spite of these limitations,this study is among the first to capture the effect of the b e e types
of advantages and their interactions. Other studies could use our study as a
basis forextending work in this area toward a better understanding of how
managers make entry mode decisions.
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