The Evolution of U.S. Trade Intermediaries
The Changing International Environment
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First, Perry introduces (1) the evolutionary model, which guided the field study of ITIs and formed the basis of the questionnaire and (2) a comprehensive conceptual framework that considers ITIs in terms of actors, their environment, their processes (activities), their structure (organization), and their function (contribution). The new business environment, its effects on ITIs, and their strategic adaptations are analyzed next. Changes in the products carried, the markets served, and the services provided by ITIs are investigated--while challenges to the U.S. industry of international trade intermediation are assessed. Successful and unsuccessful ITI strategies are contrasted to draw concrete implications for practitioners. Further implications for policymakers and researchers are also discussed.
New Environmental Challenges for U.S. International Trade Intermediaries Background A New Model of the Evolution of U.S. International Trade Intermediaries Field Findings: The New Business Environment of U.S. International Trade Intermediaries Field Findings: The Evolution of U.S. International Trade Intermediaries Major Findings and Implications Appendices Bibliography Index