The Evolution of the U.S. International Trade Intermediary in the 1980s: A Dynamic Model
Anne C. Perry
Journal of International Business Studies, Vol. 21, Issue 1, pp. 133-153, 1990
International trade intermediaries, such as export management companies, have long existed in the United States. Many studies and reports have provided “snapshots” of their activities and roles over time. Their evolution, however, has hardly been researched—mainly for lack of an appropriate dynamic model. This paper integrates various conceptual frameworks and theories to develop a useful mode of the evolution of the U.S. international trade intermediary in the 1980s.
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