Ewolucja uppsalskiego modelu internacjonalizacji przedsiębiorstwa: w kierunku nielinearności procesu umiędzynarodowienia


Celem artykułu jest syntetyczne omówienie procesu transformacji uppsalskiego modelu internacjonalizacji przedsiębiorstwa od pierwotnego modelu z 1977 aż po najpełniejszy uppsalski model globalizacji z 2014 roku. Artykuł omawia łącznie 6 modeli zaproponowanych przez Johanssona i Vahlne (z lat 1977, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014) pokazując drogę ich transformacji i ewolucji, a model z 2014 roku zawiera już uwarunkowania innowacyjności i branż wysokich technologii high-tech. Artykuł bazuje na przeglądzie literatury – źródłach pierwotnych prezentujących koncepcje autorów modeli uppsalskich.

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WachK. (2017). Ewolucja uppsalskiego modelu internacjonalizacji przedsiębiorstwa: w kierunku nielinearności procesu umiędzynarodowienia. International Entrepreneurship Review, 3(3), 159-170. Retrieved from https://ier.uek.krakow.pl/index.php/pm/article/view/1795

Krzysztof Wach  wachk@uek.krakow.pl
Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie  Poland

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