How Does Entrepreneurial Activity Affect Organizational Performance in China's Private Enterprises?
Based on the data for fifty-five of China's private enterprises in their growing period, this article investigates effects of corporate entrepreneurial activity (EA) on organizational performance (OP). We construct new measures for EA, OP, and other variables, and use two-way and three-way contingency approaches in our analyses. Empirical results indicate positive effects of EA on OP for Chinese private enterprises, which are consistent with theoretical predictions and studies of Western enterprises in the literature.
Volume (Year): 40 (2007)
Issue (Month): 6 (November)
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