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Lecture: The study of ambidexterity strategies on the internationalization of small and medium-sized business
2016-3-25

Time: 13:00-14:20, Mar. 25th

Venue: Room 335, School of Economics & Management
Speaker: Dr. Huei-ting Tsai is associate professor at National Cheng-Kung University in Taiwan
Abstract: This study seeks to study the effect of ambidexterity strategies on the internationalization of small and medium-sized business. During the process of internationalization, in order to sustain the performance and competitive advantage, firms need to appropriate their capabilities and resources to maximize their performance. This study will focus on firms from Taiwan towards internationalization and examine the relationship between the effect of ambidexterity strategies (exploration and exploitation strategies) and their international performance. This study will also examine possible factors affecting this relationship, such as, supplier chain network capability, R&D capability, and learning capability.

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