Benjamin Fath

University of Auckland Business School

12 Grafton Rd

Private Bag 92019

Auckland, 1010

New Zealand

https://unidirectory.auckland.ac.nz/people/profile/b-fath

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

9

DOWNLOADS

546

SSRN CITATIONS

4

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Scholarly Papers (9)

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Exporting from a Remote, Open Economy During COVID-19: Challenges and Opportunities for SMEs

In Kenneth Husted & Rudolf R. Sinkovics (Eds.), Management perspectives on the covid-19 crisis: Lessons from New Zealand (pp. 71-82). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781800882096.00014
Number of pages: 14 Posted: 18 Feb 2021 Last Revised: 23 Sep 2021
University of Auckland Business School, University of Auckland Business School, University of Glasgow - Adam Smith Business School and University of Glasgow - Adam Smith Business School
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Exporting during crisis, business recovery, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), barriers to internationalization, distance

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International Relationships and Resilience of New Zealand SME Exporters during COVID-19

Critical Perspectives on International Business, 17 (2), 359-379. https://doi.org/10.1108/cpoib-05-2020-0061, The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper
Number of pages: 29 Posted: 31 Mar 2021 Last Revised: 16 Nov 2022
University of Auckland Business School, University of Auckland Business School, University of Glasgow - Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow - Adam Smith Business School and University of Auckland Business School
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Crisis, COVID-19, cross-border relationships, weak/strong network ties, resilience, exporters, SMEs, New Zealand, qualitative empirical study, pattern matching

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The Paradox of Distance - New Zealand Businesses during COVID-19

in International business in times of crisis: Tribute volume to Geoffrey Jones, Rob van Tulder, Alain Verbeke, Lucia Piscitello, and Jonas Puck (Eds.). Progress in international business research Vol. 16. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Limited, 431-447. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1745-886220220000016
Number of pages: 16 Posted: 13 Oct 2021 Last Revised: 31 May 2022
University of Auckland Business School, University of Auckland Business School, University of Glasgow - Adam Smith Business School and University of Glasgow - Adam Smith Business School
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COVID-19, Digital Distance, Trust, Virtuality Trap, Relationship, Empathy

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On-Ramp or Speed Bump? How Boards Influence the Internationalisation of International New Ventures

International Small Business Journal, 41(6), 590-622. https://doi.org/10.1177/02662426231172450 , The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper Series
Posted: 16 Feb 2024
University of Auckland Business School, University of Auckland Business School, University of Glasgow - Adam Smith Business School and University of Glasgow - Adam Smith Business School

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governance, board of directors, international new venture, liability of outsidership, pattern matching

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Open to Competition? Competitive Density and the Growth of Young New Zealand Ventures

Australian Journal of Management, 45(2), 343-358. DOI:10.1177/0312896219883914., The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper Series
Posted: 09 Jul 2022
Hugh Whittaker, Benjamin Fath and Antje Fiedler
St. Antony's College, University of Oxford, University of Auckland Business School and University of Auckland Business School

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Competitive density, growth, innovation, young ventures

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Activating Assets of Foreignness in Compressed Developing Markets: Evidence from New Zealand SMEs Entering the Chinese Market

Asia Pacific Business Review, DOI:10.1080/13602381.2022.2054170, The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper Series
Posted: 06 Apr 2022
University of Auckland Business School, University of Auckland Business School, St. Antony's College, University of Oxford and Victoria University of Wellington, Te Herenga Waka - Faculty of Law, Student/Alumni

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Assets of foreignness, China, compressed development, country-of-origin, institutional voids, New Zealand

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The Dominant Narrative of the New Zealand–China Free Trade Agreement: Peripheral Evidence, Presumptive Tilt and Business Realities

New Political Economy, 26(3), 328-343. DOI:10.1080/13563467.2020.1755243, The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper Series
Posted: 21 Mar 2022
Antje Fiedler, Benjamin Fath and Hugh Whittaker
University of Auckland Business School, University of Auckland Business School and St. Antony's College, University of Oxford

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Enabling institutional change, constructivist institutionalism, free trade agreement, firm strategy, trade liberalisation, enactment

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Transnational Employee Voice and Knowledge Exchange in the Multinational Corporation: The European Company (Se) Experience

Human Relations, 74(7), 1033-1059.DOI:10.1177/0018726720905351., The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper Series
Posted: 18 Mar 2022
Antje Fiedler, Catherine Casey and Benjamin Fath
University of Auckland Business School, Loughborough University and University of Auckland Business School

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European Company, European Work Council, knowledge exchange, knowledge sharing, MNC, multinational corporation, Societas Europaea, trade unions, transnational employee voice, trust

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Developing Venture Opportunities Amidst Rivalry: Entrepreneurs’ Backgrounds and the Governing Role of Maintaining Confidence

Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 33(7-8), 641-667.DOI:10.1080/08985626.2021.1886332., The University of Auckland Business School Research Paper Series
Posted: 18 Mar 2022
Benjamin Fath, Hugh Whittaker and Antje Fiedler
University of Auckland Business School, St. Antony's College, University of Oxford and University of Auckland Business School

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Developing venture opportunities, rivalry, confidence, industry knowledge, start-up experience, network strategy