Emerging Paradigms in International Entrepreneurship

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Marian Jones, Pavlos Dimitratos
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
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Emerging Paradigms in International Entrepreneurship consists of 15 articles organised into six broad themes of interest to scholars. . . which are likely to remain of interest for some time. Ben Oviatt, Journal of International Business Studies Internati
 

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Contents

a synopsis
3
international entrepreneurship in the new economy
19
PART II Conceptual and paradigmatic developments
35
a review of the empirical literature between 1996 and 2001
37
3 Conceptual and methodological underpinnings in the study of rapid internationalizers
64
a description and its link to international entrepreneurship
89
PART III The experiential emphasis in entrepreneurial internationalization
101
some empirical evidence using a critical incident technique
103
a conceptual approach
192
processdriven internationalization
215
the international marketing communications sector
217
an exploratory study of contemporary small firms in the advanced medical products industry
249
a network perspective
276
PART VI Crosssectoral crossnational and crosscultural comparisons
293
implications for the research agenda education programmes and public policy
295
14 A comparative exploratory investigation into the perceptions of internationalizing firms in Singapore and the UK
319

6 Is the globe becoming small or is the small becoming global? Globalization and internationalizing SMEs
128
a developing research agenda
153
a conceptual model
155
a conceptual framework for small and mediumsized firms
173
15 How entrepreneurial are university alumni? A Scottish and international comparison
342
Index
365
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