International Entrepreneurship: Value Creation Across National Borders
AbstractThis book investigates antecedents and outcomes of international entrepreneurship. International entrepreneurship as a field of research involves both research into entrepre-neurship in multiple countries (cross-country comparisons of the nature and extent of entrepreneurial activity) and research into cross-border entrepreneurship (international ac-tivity of small and medium-sized enterprises and new ventures).
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