A composition-based view towards organisational resilience: Analysis using fsQCA

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Mi, Lili
Zhang, Huan
Shao, Xuefeng
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2023
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The composition-based view explains how emerging market firms creatively adopt compositional investment, compositional offerings, and compositional capabilities to gain a competitive advantage in the global marketplace. How the composition-based international strategy contributes to organizational resilience under the de-globalization world remains unclear. Using fuzzy-set qualitative comparative analysis, we explore how emerging market firms reconfigure compositional elements and the crucial role of firm heterogeneity in determining organizational resilience. Our analysis of 250 Chinese manufacturing firms revealed five distinct international compositional strategies and asymmetric outcomes. Multiple configurations of composition-based international strategies and firm heterogeneity were found to be related to high and low organizational resilience. Our findings confirm that emerging market firms must reconfigure their compositional elements to achieve sustained and resilient performance throughout the pandemic. Our findings extend the compositionbased view by elucidating the multiple pathways and boundary conditions of compositional strategies leading to organizational resilience.

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Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business: International Business Resilience under Global Disruptions
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Strategy, management and organisational behaviour
Manufacturing management
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Mi, L; Zhang, H; Shao, X, A composition-based view towards organisational resilience: Analysis using fsQCA, Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business: International Business Resilience under Global Disruptions, 2023, pp. 65-265