Nicaragua, as a small emerging market with a challenging history of economic and political turmoil, is under studied within the international business context. Utilizing the World Bank’s 2010 Nicaragua Enterprise Survey, this paper explores which non-agricultural Nicaraguan firms are best suited to export. Important findings include firm location, firm size, ownership composition, performance, firm industry, firm quality programs, and firm origin in the informal sector. These findings are discussed within the Nicaraguan context.
|Journal||Latin American Business Review|
|State||Accepted/In press - 2015|