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Methodology of Research on Internationalisation Process of E-Commerce Enterprises

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  • Magdalena Grochal-Brejdak

    (University of Economics in Katowice)

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The aim of this article is to review research methodologies applied to the research related to the internationalisation of e-commerce enterprises with a particular stress on the research resulting in the process description of the internationalisation of ecommerce firms. As a result of the critical analysis of the literature, qualitative methods were found to prevail in the research of the internationalisation of e-commerce firms along with the lack of the processual description of the internationalisation of such firms. The antipositivist ontology postulated by Welch and Paavilainen Mäntymäki (2014) seems to be the best approach to research on internationalisation process of e-commerce firms and is visible in interpretive perspective in methodology of already conducted research.

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  • Magdalena Grochal-Brejdak, 2016. "Methodology of Research on Internationalisation Process of E-Commerce Enterprises," Management, University of Primorska, Faculty of Management Koper, vol. 11(1), pages 51-66.
  • Handle: RePEc:mgt:youmng:v:11:y:2016:i:1:p:51-66
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