Handbook of Research on International Entrepreneurship

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Leo Paul Dana
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2004 - Business & Economics - 864 pages
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Contents

1 Emerging paradigms of international entrepreneurship
3
2 An accidental international foray
16
3 Women in international entrepreneurship
30
international entrepreneurship theory in the work of Candida G Brush
41
5 The new globetrotters
58
6 International entrepreneurship and Chinese business research
73
7 A typology
94
PART TWO CONCEPTUAL CHAPTERS
127
23 Three case studies from Finland
404
24 French perspectives of international entrepreneurship
431
25 Greek perspectives of international entrepreneurship
455
26 Indian perspectives of international entrepreneurship
481
27 Irish perspectives on developing international entrepreneurs
499
28 Japanese perspectives of international entrepreneurship
512
29 New Zealand perspectives of international entrepreneurship
533
30 International expansion of New Zealand firms
549

motive and process
129
common threads
137
10 The praxeological concept of international entrepreneurship
150
issues for independent inventors
172
the competitive advantage of collaborative entrepreneurship
190
13 Marshalling relations
213
a resourcebased systemic approach to international entrepreneurship
248
PART THREE GEOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVES OF INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
265
15 AsiaPacific perspectives of international entrepreneurship
267
16 East Asian perspectives of international entrepreneurship
292
17 Two types of selfemployed in Canada
308
18 Canadian perspectives of international entrepreneurship
330
19 The case of Canadian computer software firms
338
20 Business support for internationalization in England
352
21 Estonian perspectives of international entrepreneurship
370
22 Finnish perspectives of international entrepreneurship
383
31 Swedish perspectives of international entrepreneurship
564
32 The internationalization process of firms in the United Kingdom
580
33 Internationalization and size age and protability in the United Kingdom
596
34 United States perspectives of international entrepreneurship
614
35 Internationalizing European IPOs in the United States
635
PART FOUR FRANCHISING PERSPECTIVES
653
36 The internationalization of franchising systems into industrialized economies
655
37 The internationalization of franchise systems into emerging and transitional economies
667
38 A model for the choice of organizational form in international franchising
688
PART FIVE TOWARDS FUTURE RESEARCH IN INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
713
39 A network perspective of international entrepreneurship
715
40 Emerging research issues in international entrepreneurship
732
toward future research
765
43 On field research methods for theory building and testing
781
Index
793
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