Halal Certification System As A Resource For Firm Internationalisation: Comparison Of China And Malaysia

There is a broad consensus to the effect that public agencies can mitigate the obstacles and uncertainties associated with the process of firm internationalisation. One critical aspect of such interventionist policy is the establishment of a national/regional halal certification system, which has...

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Main Authors: N. Dubé, François, Hongxia, Zhao, Haijuan, Yang, Lijun, Huang
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spelling my.usm.eprints.40900 http://eprints.usm.my/40900/ Halal Certification System As A Resource For Firm Internationalisation: Comparison Of China And Malaysia N. Dubé, François Hongxia, Zhao Haijuan, Yang Lijun, Huang P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics(General) There is a broad consensus to the effect that public agencies can mitigate the obstacles and uncertainties associated with the process of firm internationalisation. One critical aspect of such interventionist policy is the establishment of a national/regional halal certification system, which has been widely recognised as a core factor in the international expansion of halal food firms. Based on thorough field research conducted in the halal food industries of the Ningxia Autonomous Hui Region of China and Malaysia, the present article examines how different models of halal certification can promote and ease access of local firms to international markets. Using both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, the present article allows the authors to formulate general conclusions on the relationship between firm internationalisation and halal certification, as well as specific insights for halal food industries elsewhere seeking to promote their international activities. Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM Press) 2016 Article PeerReviewed application/pdf en http://eprints.usm.my/40900/1/IJAPS-121-2016-Art.-5125-141.pdf N. Dubé, François and Hongxia, Zhao and Haijuan, Yang and Lijun, Huang (2016) Halal Certification System As A Resource For Firm Internationalisation: Comparison Of China And Malaysia. International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies (IJAPS), 12 (1). pp. 125-141. ISSN ISSN: 1823-6243 http://ijaps.usm.my/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/IJAPS-121-2016-Art.-5125-141.pdf
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topic P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics(General)
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N. Dubé, François
Hongxia, Zhao
Haijuan, Yang
Lijun, Huang
Halal Certification System As A Resource For Firm Internationalisation: Comparison Of China And Malaysia
description There is a broad consensus to the effect that public agencies can mitigate the obstacles and uncertainties associated with the process of firm internationalisation. One critical aspect of such interventionist policy is the establishment of a national/regional halal certification system, which has been widely recognised as a core factor in the international expansion of halal food firms. Based on thorough field research conducted in the halal food industries of the Ningxia Autonomous Hui Region of China and Malaysia, the present article examines how different models of halal certification can promote and ease access of local firms to international markets. Using both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, the present article allows the authors to formulate general conclusions on the relationship between firm internationalisation and halal certification, as well as specific insights for halal food industries elsewhere seeking to promote their international activities.
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author N. Dubé, François
Hongxia, Zhao
Haijuan, Yang
Lijun, Huang
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Hongxia, Zhao
Haijuan, Yang
Lijun, Huang
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title Halal Certification System As A Resource For Firm Internationalisation: Comparison Of China And Malaysia
title_short Halal Certification System As A Resource For Firm Internationalisation: Comparison Of China And Malaysia
title_full Halal Certification System As A Resource For Firm Internationalisation: Comparison Of China And Malaysia
title_fullStr Halal Certification System As A Resource For Firm Internationalisation: Comparison Of China And Malaysia
title_full_unstemmed Halal Certification System As A Resource For Firm Internationalisation: Comparison Of China And Malaysia
title_sort halal certification system as a resource for firm internationalisation: comparison of china and malaysia
publisher Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM Press)
publishDate 2016
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