Report Number

1994-005

Abstract

This study develops and tests a behavioral model of diversification responses to environmental uncertainties. Regression results using an international data set provide strong support for the general proposition that uncertainties associated with different environmental components--political, government policy, macroeconomic, competitive, input, and product demand uncertainties--have different implications for firm product and international market diversification.

Date of this Version

1-1-1994

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