Ernesto TAPIA MOORE

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Ernesto TAPIA MOORE is Associate Professor in International Management. He joined Kedge Business School in 2001 after 20 years’ experience in international business and consultancy-training with businesses and organizations in France in international management. His research is mainly centered on the influence of risk perception and risk tolerance in the decisions processes deployed by SMEs in their internationalization. He is Co-editor of the Journal of Business; founder of the Observatoire du Développement International des PME; co-founder of the Rotary Leadership Institute in France; and a Paul Harris Fellow.

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    MESCHI, P.-X., A. RICARD, E. TAPIA-MOORE, "Pre-Internationalization Conditions and Performance of First-Exporting SMEs", M@n@gement, 2021, vol. 24, no. 1, pp. 31-43 2021 Journal article
    TAPIA-MOORE, E., "Challenges to the Internationalization of SMEs" in COVID-19 and International Business, Change of Era., Marin A. Marinov, Svetla T. Marinova Eds, Routledge, chap. 23, pp. 278-294, 2020 2020 Book chapter
    MESCHI, P.-X., A.RICARD, E.TAPIA-MOORE, "Fast and Furious or Slow and Cautious? The Joint Impact of Age at Internationalization, Speed, and Risk Diversity on the Survival of Exporting Firms", Journal of International Management, 2017, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 279-291 2017 Journal article
    TAPIA-MOORE, E., "Information Overload and the Internationalization Process Model: An Implementation Attempt", Journal of Business, 2017, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 119-142 2017 Journal article
    TAPIA-MOORE, E., J.TAPIA-YANEZ, "The occurrence of prime numbers revisited.", Gencotec, 2016, vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 1-11 2016 Journal article
    Teaching domains

    Management

    • International Management
    • International Business

    Law

    • International Business Law

    Marketing

    • International Marketing
    Research domains

    International Business

    • International Management
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