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A Competência Empreendedora, A Teoria Das Redes E A Internacionalização - Uma Abordagem Teórica

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  • Carla Azevedo Lobo , Carla

    (Universidade Portucalense)

  • Costa Lobo , Cristina

    (Universidade Portucalense)

  • Teresa Ferreira, Ana

    (Universidade do Minho)

Abstract

As teorias sobre internacionalização sofrem até aos dias de hoje e compreensivelmente, influência significativa da Teoria Económica, mas parecem não contemplar aspetos relativos a competências relacionais quanto à entrada de organizações nacionais em mercados estrangeiros. Entendemos então que para analisar o processo de internacionalização é preciso compreender a dimensão espacial e as formas de articulação dos diferentes agentes e intervenientes a partir da sua competência empreendedora relacional. Para além disso, fica para nós claro, que a utilização de ferramentas para analisar este tipo de ação empresarial também deve estar vinculada a políticas de formação de competências empreendedoras, ao aperfeiçoarem a ação dos agentes económicos nos diferentes países envolvidos e ao fomentar as suas competências relacionais. Estas competências, de acordo com alguma literatura mais atual, preconizam o surgimento de novas oportunidades de negócios e de sucesso nas internacionalizações.

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  • Carla Azevedo Lobo , Carla & Costa Lobo , Cristina & Teresa Ferreira, Ana, 2013. "A Competência Empreendedora, A Teoria Das Redes E A Internacionalização - Uma Abordagem Teórica," Working Papers 34/2013, Universidade Portucalense, Centro de Investigação em Gestão e Economia (CIGE).
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    Keywords

    Empreendedorismo; Internacionalização; Network; Confiança Organizacional; Comportamento Empreendedor;
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    JEL classification:

    • F20 - International Economics - - International Factor Movements and International Business - - - General
    • L26 - Industrial Organization - - Firm Objectives, Organization, and Behavior - - - Entrepreneurship

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