Gary Knight focuses on Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial orientation, International business and Industrial organization. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Internationalization and Globalization. His Globalization study incorporates themes from International marketing and Competence.
His research on Entrepreneurship focuses in particular on International new venture. His study looks at the relationship between International business and fields such as Organizational culture, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work carried out in the field of Industrial organization brings together such families of science as Small and medium-sized enterprises and Competitive advantage.
Gary Knight focuses on Marketing, Internationalization, International business, Industrial organization and International trade. His Marketing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Advertising and Entrepreneurial orientation. His Entrepreneurial orientation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Learning orientation and Marketing strategy.
In his research, Gary Knight undertakes multidisciplinary study on Internationalization and Phenomenon. His work deals with themes such as Multinational corporation, Commerce and Public relations, Organizational culture, which intersect with International business. His Industrial organization research incorporates themes from Outsourcing, Offshoring, Small and medium-sized enterprises and Competitive advantage, Resource-based view.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Internationalization, Emerging markets, Knowledge management, International business and Industrial organization. His studies in Internationalization integrate themes in fields like Developing country, Economic system, Entrepreneurship and Process management. His study on Dynamic capabilities is often connected to Domain as part of broader study in Knowledge management.
His International business study combines topics in areas such as Supply chain, Multinational corporation, Terrorism and Public relations. His studies deal with areas such as Entrepreneurial orientation, Intellectual property and Personalization as well as Industrial organization. In his papers, Gary Knight integrates diverse fields, such as Possession and Marketing.
Gary Knight spends much of his time researching Internationalization, Industrial organization, Emerging markets, Entrepreneurship and Economic system. His study in Internationalization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Legitimacy, Multinational corporation and Market economy. His Industrial organization study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Leverage.
Gary Knight interconnects Experiential learning, Marketing strategy and Entrepreneurial orientation in the investigation of issues within Emerging markets. His work on International new venture is typically connected to Empirical evidence and Meta-analysis as part of general Entrepreneurship study, connecting several disciplines of science. His International new venture study frequently links to related topics such as International business.
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Innovation, organizational capabilities, and the born-global firm
Gary A Knight;S Tamar Cavusgil.
Innovativeness: Its antecedents and impact on business performance
G. Thomas M. Hult;Robert F. Hurley;Gary A. Knight.
The phenomenon of early internationalizing firms: what do we know after a decade (1993–2003) of scientific inquiry?
Alex Rialp;Josep Rialp;Gary A. Knight.
Entrepreneurship and Marketing Strategy: The SME under Globalization:
Cross-cultural reliability and validity of a scale to measure firm entrepreneurial orientation
Gary A. Knight.
Conceptualizing accelerated internationalization in the born global firm: A dynamic capabilities perspective
Jay Weerawardena;Gillian Sullivan Mort;Peter W. Liesch;Gary Knight.
The born global firm: An Entrepreneurial and capabilities perspective on early and rapid internationalization
S Tamer Cavusgil;Gary Knight.
Entrepreneurship and strategy in the international SME
Gary A Knight.
An inquiry into born‐global firms in Europe and the USA
Gary Knight;Tage Koed Madsen;Per Servais.
Removing the contextual lens: A multinational, multi-setting comparison of service evaluation models
Michael K. Brady;Gary A. Knight;J. Joseph Cronin;G. Tomas.
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