Still standing- how European firms weathered the crisis - The third EFIGE policy report
László Halpern (),
Miklós Koren and
Balazs Murakozy ()
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This research output confirms the strength of the approach underpinning the EFIGE project, which is based on the recognition that firms are heterogeneous in the extent and the pattern of their internationalisation, as they are in many other respects. The project provides more, and more precise, evidence of what makes firms successful and therefore also what makes countries successful in the context of globalisation. Internationalisation, however, also makes firms vulnerable...
Date: Written 2011-12 Originally published 2011-12.
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