Impact of Globalization of Firms: Descriptive Study on Performance on Network Ability

  • Amiya Bhaumik, Kian Aun Law, Fang Jiemiao, Valliappan Raju

Abstract

With the deepening of globalization, the world economy has gradually become a unified whole organic links. It is no longer the patent of large multinational companies to conduct international operations and expand overseas markets. More and more small and medium-sized enterprises have also actively participated in the world economy and embarked on a unique international management road. From the traditional point of view, SMEs should operate overseas in a relatively slow and gradual manner, but a growing number of studies have shown that many SMEs have successfully internationalized since their inception or within a short period of time since their inception. The number of such companies has gradually increased since the 1990s, which has attracted the attention of many scholars and relevant government decision-making departments, and called such companies born global firms.

 Keywords: ; International opportunities, Internationalized Performance, Born Global Firms

Published
2019-11-09
How to Cite
Valliappan Raju, A. B. K. A. L. F. J. (2019). Impact of Globalization of Firms: Descriptive Study on Performance on Network Ability. International Journal of Control and Automation, 12(5), 01 - 09. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJCA/article/view/1408
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