The relationship between international experience and performance: A review

Clarke, James E., Tamaschke, Rick and Liesch, Peter W. (2011). The relationship between international experience and performance: A review. In: Cherrie Jiuhua Zhu, Challenges of a niche marketing position for New Zealand food and beverage export firms: Proceedings of the ANZIBA Annual Conference 2011. ANZIBA 2011 Annual Conference, Melbourne, Australia, (). 28-30 April 2011.

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Author Clarke, James E.
Tamaschke, Rick
Liesch, Peter W.
Title of paper The relationship between international experience and performance: A review
Conference name ANZIBA 2011 Annual Conference
Conference location Melbourne, Australia
Conference dates 28-30 April 2011
Proceedings title Challenges of a niche marketing position for New Zealand food and beverage export firms: Proceedings of the ANZIBA Annual Conference 2011
Place of Publication Mulgrave, Vic., Australia
Publisher ANZIBA
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Fully published paper
Open Access Status
ISBN 9780980789911
0980789915
Editor Cherrie Jiuhua Zhu
Total pages 28
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract/Summary In this paper we review the concept of international experience. A new dimension of international experience, intensity of international experience, which is separate to and distinct from the length or timebased dimension, is discussed. Our review of empirical studies pays particular attention to the level of analysis, the models tested, and the measures applied. We uncover unexplored relationships between the types and dimensions of international experience and performance, and we propose an alternative line of inquiry where research attention is directed toward the performance enhancing benefits that arise from international experience. Our proposed theoretical model informs this line of inquiry by including a sequence of the benefits of international experience together with the moderating effect of variables omitted from existing studies to provide a richer explanation of the relationship between international experience and performance.
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