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Some Fundamental Issues in International Entrepreneurship

Some Fundamental Issues in International Entrepreneurship,PATRICIA P. MCDOUGALL,BENJAMIN M. OVIATT

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    • ...and ‘global start-ups’ (McDougall and Oviatt 2003:9)...
    • ...Over time, however, the firm may decide to enter foreign markets as their entrepreneurs learn and obtain greater awareness of opportunities in these markets (Johanson and Vahlne 1977, 1990; Oviatt and McDougall 1994; McDougall and Oviatt 2003)...

    Wim Naudéet al. The impact of transport costs on new venture internationalisation

    • ...These firms have also been described as born-globals, infant multinationals, instant internationals, and global start-ups (McDougall and Oviatt 2003: 9). The interest in INVs has been spurred on by the fact that an increasing number of firms are entering foreign markets very early after establishment...

    Wim Naudéet al. Early international entrepreneurship in China: Extent and determinants

    • ...McDougall and Oviatt [37] note that, “International entrepreneurship is a combination of innovative, proactive and risk-taking behaviour that crosses national borders and is intended to create value in organisations” [37 p. 903] Which reinforces the discussion above by Simmonds and Smith [19], however McDougall and Oviatt seemingly change their mind in 2003 with another definition of international entrepreneurship...
    • ...McDougall and Oviatt [37] note that corporate entrepreneurs use international entrepreneurial behaviour in large firms...

    REES Murrayet al. Innovation roles in SME internationalization

    • ...“Born global” refers to the early internationalisation of new firms (McDougall and Oviatt, 2003...

    Wim Naudé. “Rushing in where angels fear to tread”? : The early internationalizat...

    • ...), and for international entrepreneurs, networks, and cooperation are believed by some scholars to be essential to successful global oriented operations (McDougall and Oviatt, 2003...

    Tulus Tambunan. Export-oriented small and medium industry clusters in Indonesia

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