High-Tech Firms’ Long-Term Export Behaviour – The Experience of German and UK CompaniesMonograph // 2006
The study empirically examines the long-term export behaviour of about 200 young technology-oriented companies from Germany and the UK. These firms were contacted by means of two surveys, in 1997 and 2003. In this study, three dimensions of firms’ international engagements are examined econometrically: foreign market entry and exit, degree of internationalisation (i.e., export-sales ratio), and the change of sales modes in international markets. Moreover, the causal relationship between a firm’s status of internationalisation and its performance (measured by the firm’s labour productivity as well as its employment and sales growth rates) is analysed.
Fryges, Helmut (2006), High-Tech Firms’ Long-Term Export Behaviour – The Experience of German and UK Companies, Lüneburg