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Christian Schwens
Christian Schwens
Professorship in Entrepreneurship and Management
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei wiso.uni-koeln.de - Startseite
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Foreign market entry mode choice of small and medium-sized enterprises: A systematic review and future research agenda
K Laufs, C Schwens
International Business Review 23 (6), 1109-1126, 2014
3572014
The moderating impact of informal institutional distance and formal institutional risk on SME entry mode choice
C Schwens, J Eiche, R Kabst
Journal of Management Studies 48 (2), 330-351, 2011
3512011
Disentangling the effect of prior entrepreneurial exposure on entrepreneurial intention
FB Zapkau, C Schwens, H Steinmetz, R Kabst
Journal of Business Research 68 (3), 639-653, 2015
2602015
Corporate entrepreneurship and performance: A meta-analysis
M Bierwerth, C Schwens, R Isidor, R Kabst
Small business economics 45 (2), 255-278, 2015
2572015
A meta-analysis of the financial performance of family firms: Another attempt
D Wagner, JH Block, D Miller, C Schwens, G Xi
Journal of Family Business Strategy 6 (1), 3-13, 2015
2262015
International entrepreneurship: A meta–analysis on the internationalization and performance relationship
C Schwens, FB Zapkau, M Bierwerth, R Isidor, G Knight, R Kabst
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 42 (5), 734-768, 2018
2032018
How early opposed to late internationalizers learn: Experience of others and paradigms of interpretation
C Schwens, R Kabst
International Business Review 18 (5), 509-522, 2009
1962009
Strategic orientations and performance: A configurational perspective
F Deutscher, FB Zapkau, C Schwens, M Baum, R Kabst
Journal of Business Research 69 (2), 849-861, 2016
1712016
Asset specificity and foreign market entry mode choice of small and medium-sized enterprises: The moderating influence of knowledge safeguards and institutional safeguards
B Maekelburger, C Schwens, R Kabst
Journal of International Business Studies 43 (5), 458-476, 2012
1592012
A typology of international new ventures: empirical evidence from high‐technology industries
M Baum, C Schwens, R Kabst
Journal of Small Business Management 49 (3), 305-330, 2011
1382011
A latent class analysis of small firms’ internationalization patterns
M Baum, C Schwens, R Kabst
Journal of World Business 50 (4), 754-768, 2015
1302015
SME foreign market entry mode choice and foreign venture performance: The moderating effect of international experience and product adaptation
L Hollender, FB Zapkau, C Schwens
International Business Review 26 (2), 250-263, 2017
1272017
International as opposed to domestic new venturing: The moderating role of perceived barriers to internationalization
M Baum, C Schwens, R Kabst
International Small Business Journal 31 (5), 536-562, 2013
1192013
“Of course I can”: The effect of CEO overconfidence on entrepreneurially oriented firms
A Engelen, C Neumann, C Schwens
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 39 (5), 1137-1160, 2015
942015
The role of prior entrepreneurial exposure in the entrepreneurial process: A review and future research implications
FB Zapkau, C Schwens, R Kabst
Journal of Small Business Management 55 (1), 56-86, 2017
862017
CEO characteristics and SME foreign market entry mode choice: The moderating effect of firm’s geographic experience and host-country political risk
K Laufs, M Bembom, C Schwens
International Marketing Review, 2016
862016
Internationalization of young technology firms: A complementary perspective on antecedents of foreign market familiarity
C Schwens, R Kabst
International Business Review 20 (1), 60-74, 2011
862011
The role of networks in early internationalizing firms: A systematic review and future research agenda
M Bembom, C Schwens
European Management Journal 36 (6), 679-694, 2018
792018
Conceptual and methodological issues in comparative HRM research: The Cranet project as an example
H Steinmetz, C Schwens, M Wehner, R Kabst
Human Resource Management Review 21 (1), 16-26, 2011
762011
Which resources matter how and where? A meta‐analysis on firms’ foreign establishment mode choice
H Klier, C Schwens, FB Zapkau, D Dikova
Journal of Management Studies 54 (3), 304-339, 2017
712017
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