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Expatriates, Rise of Telecommuting and Implications for International Business
International business (IB) travel has long been considered an important aspect of international business management strategies of multinational enterprises (MNEs). Extant literature further recognizes that expatriate ...
COVID-19 and the Changing Perception of Strategic Industries : Implications for International Business
The COVID-19 pandemic has been referred to as one of the most significant health related crises in recent memory, which has also had significant economic and societal implications. Scholars suggest that defining strategic ...
Change of International Business Models during Covid-19
In this chapter, we discuss how Covid-19 impacts firms’ business models in the international context and how firms should aim toward business models built on network trust, cost cutting, and automation to maximize resilience ...
Reconfiguring Digital Business Models to Enter the Japanese Market
This chapter analyses the reconfiguration of digital business models of firms when entering the Japanese market. Digitalisation of products and services has led to situation where firms must constantly reconfigure, adjust ...
The Effects of Platform Business Models on Internationalisation Outcomes and Speed
Digitalisation, the Internet, and computer-based technologies have enabled firms to create new ways of communicating with customers and connecting them with each other around the globe. Platform Business Models (PBMs) are ...
Business Model Transformation during Firm Internationalisation : Stretching from Japan to the US Market
Firms commonly seek profitable business models to ensure survival through developments that they may possibly encounter in their business environment (Osterwalder & Pigneur, 2010). However, when expanding operations to a ...