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dc.contributor.authorBoehe, D.
dc.contributor.authorQian, G.
dc.contributor.authorPeng, Mike
dc.identifier.citationBoehe, D. and Qian, G. and Peng, M. 2016. Export intensity, scope, and destinations: Evidence from Brazil. Industrial Marketing Management. 57: pp. 127-138.

How do the three dimensions of geographic export diversification—namely, (1) export intensity, (2) export scope, and (3) export destinations—interact in determining firm performance? How does the export intensity–performance relationship change considering export scope and destinations? Drawing on institution-based and resource-based lenses, we argue that differences between home and destination country institutional environments are amplified by the scope or variety of export destinations. As firm resources nurtured in the home country may not fit an increasing number of different foreign institutional environments, the export intensity–firm performance relationship turns negative. Conversely, our panel data analysis suggests a positive relationship between export intensity and performance when exporters from an emerging economy increase their exports to a limited number of other emerging economies. Thus, our findings extend conventional wisdom on the export intensity–firm performance relationship and suggest that the international marketing strategy literature needs to simultaneously incorporate three dimensions (including export destinations) into the geographic export diversification construct.

dc.titleExport intensity, scope, and destinations: Evidence from Brazil
dc.typeJournal Article
dcterms.source.titleIndustrial Marketing Management
curtin.departmentSchool of Management
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