Internationalization Strategies of Firms: An Empirical Study of EU Companies' Expansion into China's Environmental Protection Sector
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This study investigates development strategies EU companies deploy when entering the environmental protection sector in China, the extent strategic choices have been constrained by the liability of foreignness (LOF) arising from the institutional dissonance between home and host country contexts, and the most effective coping strategies in overcoming the LOF. Case studies of six EU companies are conducted to contribute to a deeper understanding of corporate strategies in highly differentiated institutional settings.
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