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Title: Export barriers - Insights from small and medium-sized firms
Authors: Suarez-Ortega, S 
Keywords: Factors Underlying Barriers
States Paper-Industry
Behavior
Internationalization
Expansion, et al
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: 0266-2426
Journal: International Small Business Journal 
Abstract: What are the factors that impede firms' international expansion? Does a firm with marginal export activity perceive the same export barriers as a company wholly devoted to the export market? This article addresses these and other questions through data collected from a total of 286 exporting and non-exporting small and medium-sized firms in the Spanish wine industry. The results show that decision makers' perceptions of export barriers - regardless of the type of barrier considered - decrease as the firm moves further in the export development process, even when pre-export stages are taken into account. The main implications of this research work, together with its limitations, are presented in the 'Discussion and Conclusions' section of the article.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/53474
ISSN: 0266-2426
DOI: 10.1177/02662426030214002
Source: International Small Business Journal[ISSN 0266-2426],v. 21 (4), p. 403-419
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