Evidence from Around the World
Edited by Marian V. Jones, Pavlos Dimitratos, Margaret Fletcher and Stephen Young
This forward-looking volume contains state-of-the-art analysis of the current research themes and challenges influencing the internationalization of SMEs.
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- Internationalization, Entrepreneurship and the Smaller Firm Evidence from Around the World
- Chapter 1: Introduction. SME Internationalization: Current Themes of Study and Modern Challenges
- Chapter 2: Does Entry Mode Matter? Reviewing Current Themes and Perspectives
- Chapter 3: Exploring Opportunity Creation in Internationalizing SMEs: Evidence from Scottish Firms
- Chapter 4: Growth and Learning Spillovers from International Markets: Empirical Evidence from Greek Firms
- Chapter 5: Perspectives on the Interrelationships Between Domestic and International Markets for the Smaller Firm
- Chapter 6: Learning Processes in the Development of Absorptive Capacity of Internationalizing SMEs
- Chapter 7: Clients as a ‘Hidden’ Resource in Rapid Internationalization
- Chapter 8: Networks and the Internationalization of Firms: What We Believe and What We Might Have Missed
- Chapter 9: The Development of E-Commerce and the International Growth of Established SMEs: A Capability Perspective
- Chapter 10: Core Rigidities of Micromultinationals: The Scottish Experience
- Chapter 11: The International Entrepreneur: Entrepreneurial Orientation of Local and Global Firms
- Chapter 12: Local Bridging Ties and New Venture Internationalization: Exploratory Studies in Bangalore and Cambridge
- Chapter 13: International New Ventures: A New Organizational Form?
- Chapter 14: Conclusion. SME Internationalization: Where Do We Go From Here?
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