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Organizational Factors Influencing Internationalization of Indian Manufacturing Companies: An Empirical Analysis

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 57 Issue 2

Published: 2021
Author(s) Name: Ramakrishnan Ramamurthi, Rajan Saxena, Bala Krishnamoorthi and Gordhan Saini | Author(s) Affiliation: SVKMs NMIMS University, Mumbai, Maharashtra
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There are numerous factors, both external and internal, which influence international activities of firms. This study identified six organizational factors namely, leadership commitment, role of the board, team effectiveness, competitiveness, international acquisitions and organizational resources based on the extant literature and studied their influence on the degree of internationalization (DOI ) of Indian manufacturing firms. The authors proposed a conceptual framework elucidating a hypothesized relationship among the six organizational factors as independent variables and DOI as the dependent variable. The results of the regression analysis performed between the independent variable and dependent variables supported the hypothesized relationships in the conceptual model.

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