Gollnhofer, J. F., & Turkina, E. (2015). Cultural distance and entry modes: Implications for global expansion strategy. Cross Cultural Management, 22(1), 21-41. This article looked at how MNEs in the retail industry make decisions to enter new markets. The relationship between cultural distance and entry mode strategy was examined.
Harms, P., & Shuvalova, D. (2020). Cultural distance and international trade in services: A disaggregate view. Economic Systems, 44(2). The study used the Hofstede scores to measure cultural distance. The effect of the cultural distance was then examined for impact on bilateral trade in services.
Kristjánsdóttir, H., Guðlaugsson, Þ. Ö., Guðmundsdóttir, S., & Aðalsteinsson, G. D. (2017). Hofstede national culture and international trade. Applied Economics, 49(57), 5792. This study examined the impact of national cultural dimensions, religion, law, and government policy in the target country on international trade. The study found that the MAS dimension of culture, along with laws and religion do affect international trade.
Jones, V. C., & Martin, M. F. (2012). International trade: rules of origin. In Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs. Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports and Issue Briefs. This article shared the importance of knowing the country of origin of a product for properly assessing the tariffs, etc. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency is responsible for determining country of origin and uses the various rules of origin (ROO) to do so.