The role of human resources strategy in export performance: A longitudinal study

This longitudinal study examines the effect of human resources strategy on the export performance of 388 Florida firms

Luis R. Gomez-Mejia

2007

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  • This longitudinal study examines the effect of human resources strategy on the export performance of 388 Florida firms
  • After controlling for differential firm advantages, managerial perceptions and aspirations, and marketing activities, results show that the way human resources are selected, deployed, compensated and motivated will play a significant role in subsequent export performance
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