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SME INTERNATIONALIZATION AND THE CLOTHING AND TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA Project

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Abstract

The Study is an Assessment of the Determinants of successful Internationalization of the Clothing and Textile Industry in Nigeria. A secondary data research approach involving explanatory and descriptive designs was used to collect and analyse data from World Bank, United Nation, and Association of Nigerian Manufacturers. The findings are that internationalization is positively influenced by Network relationship and negatively influenced by infrastructure and export barriers which include market knowledge and more. The researcher also observed that contrary to contemporary literature, corruption being a social problem does not influence internationalization. We therefore argue that unless export knowledge, orientation and infrastructure devise were imputed to cushion SMEs and expose them to the internationalization process, the number of SMEs that do business internationally will continue to dwindle.

                                                

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Abstract

CHAPTER 1

1.0                 Introduction…………………………

1.1         Background…………………………………

1.1                 Statement of Problem…………………………….

1.2                 Aims and Objectives of study……

1.3                 Research question………………………

1.4                 Statement of hypothesis………………

1.5                 Significance of study………………………

1.6                 Scope of study……………………………

1.7                 Key terms and definitions……………

1.7.1           SME……………………………………………………

1.7.2           Business network/ Cooperation……………

1.7.3           Internationalization……………………………

End of Chapter References………………

CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1         Conceptual Framework: ..................................

2.2         Theoretical Framework of Internationalisation: ...........................

2.3         The Stages Approach: ...................................

2.4         Critique of Stage Approach Models..........

2.5         The Business Network Approach……

2.6         SME Entry mode and Entry mode in African Market……

2.7         Opportunities, Drives and Barriers in SME Internationalisation…

2.8         Studies on Textile Industry in Africa and Nigeria........................

2.9         Promoting SME development……..……………

2.10       Garment and Textile manufacturing Industry……

2.11       National and International economic policies towards promoting the growth of textile and clothing industry…………

End of Chapter References…………

CHAPTER THREE: Research Methodology

3.0         Area of Study………………

3.1         Research Design and Source of Data…

3.2         Population and Determination of Sample Size ……

3.3         Instrumentation…………

3.4         Procedures for Data Collection and Data Analysis…

3.5        Limitations of the Study……

CHAPTER 4: Data Analysis, Findings &Discussion

 4.0      Introduction………………

4.1      Findings of the Study……………

CHAPTER 5: Conclusion & Recommendation

5.0       Summary of Findings……………

5.1       Conclusion……………………………

5.2       Recommendations……………

5.3       Proposal for further studies……

Bibliography……………………

Appendices……………………

List of Tables………

List of Charts………………

SME INTERNATIONALIZATION AND THE CLOTHING AND TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA Project

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Type Project
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Project ID BAM2697
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
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    Type Project
    Department Business Administration and Management
    Project ID BAM2697
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 64 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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