Post-entry operation of foreign firms in a host country: the role of mutual forbearance and organisational learning in their product segment entry choices
International business scholars who are interested in how foreign firms enter and operate in a host market have predominantly focused on the decisions managers make at the time of entry. Consequently, as Hennart and Slangen (2015) have pointed out, we know relatively little about foreign firms’ post-entry operation. Moreover, the few studies that have examined the post-entry operation of foreign subsidiaries in a host market have focused mostly on changes in...[Show more]
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