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This impressive Handbook provides a dynamic perspective on the development of successful born global firms, including evolutionary phases and pathways of growth, emergence of entire born global industries, role of founders’ linkages, experience, culture and training, as well as collaboration with large MNEs.
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V.H. Manek Kirpalani and Pervez N. Ghauri

This overview chapter begins by defining how we have used some terms in order to make the discussion that follows clear to all readers of the Handbook of Research on International Entrepreneurship Strategy: Improving SME Performance Globally. We start with internationalization and globalization, after which we follow with strategy, SMEs, born globals, performance and entrepreneurial. Then the various theories and strategies regarding internationalization are outlined in order to lay down the parameters of what strategies are available to the usual SME. Overall, this Handbook more specifically researches which factors influence the pace at which SMEs enter foreign markets, and, once having entered them, which factors cause those SMEs to increase their commitment to that foreign market.
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V.H. Manek Kirpalani and Pervez N. Ghauri

This conclusions and recommendations chapter summarizes the work in the previous chapters, briefly analyses such work, and presents the overall conclusions drawn by the editors. What is clear is that governments must support growth in their internationalizing SMEs. The macro-picture demands that tax policy actively support the state social and economic policy and favour the pursuit of the latter goals. SMEs can become the major entrepreneurial actors in the future. A series of recommendations and future research suggestions are laid out, which will be specifically useful to SMEs, and in line with how technology factors are propelling economies and society forward in the world of the future.