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Effects of Global Capabilities of Small and Medium Businesses on Their Competitive Advantage and Business Management Performances
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Effects of Global Capabilities of Small and Medium Businesses on Their Competitive Advantage and Business Management Performances
Kim, Sang-Dae; Jeon, In-Oh;
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 Abstract
This paper categorized Korean small and medium businesses` global capabilities based on the preceding studies about the global capabilities and then, examined how their global capabilities would affect their competitive advantages and business management performances. As a result of testing the research model, it was found that the small and medium businesses` global capabilities had some significant effects on their competitive advantage (p<.001). On the other hand, the global capabilities had some positive effects on the business management performances and the mediating effects were significant (p>.05), which means that the competitive advantage has some mediating effects on the correlation between the global capabilities and the business management performances. Accordingly it was possible to analyze the correlation between global capabilities of small and medium businesses and their competitive advantage and thereby, provide for an opportunity to shift the paradigm of the global competition strategies.
 Keywords
Competitive advantage;Global capabilities;Performance;Small and medium businesses;
 Language
English
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