European Sme S And Global Business

Author: Henry Langseth
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443810541
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European Sme S And Global Business from the Author: Henry Langseth. Globalisation has instigated huge changes in the competitive environment for business entrepreneurs, and both large and small firms now frequently operate in similar conditions. Most research studies in international business have tended to focus on the market growth and internationalisation of large-scale and multinational companies as opposed to the experiences of more small-scale enterprises. The research outlined in this volume is radical and different in this regard. Employing cases studies from a range of Norwegian-based SMEs (Small-to-Medium-based enterprises), this volume explores the diverse factors which influence the speed of entrepreneurial internationalisation and the significance of this development for both the entrepreneur and the government bodies which provide support to such businesses. Market advantage frequently accrues to those who enterprises who internationalise quickly and who are quicker than others to embrace both foreign markets and a more internationally-focussed signature brand or identity. This research outlined here is an important addition to the growing body of literature which analyses the forces influencing modern-day market internationalisation.

European Born Globals

Author: Irene Mandl
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351864157
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European Born Globals from the Author: Irene Mandl. In the aftermath of the global recession, job creation is a policy priority. While it is a well-accepted fact that the majority of jobs are created by small and medium-sized enterprises, not all SMEs are rapidly growing, or even intend to expand. With limited public budgets, business models within the SME population that do show high job creation potential become very attractive. One of the business types identified as major engines of job creation are ‘born globals’ characterised as firms which engage intensively in internationalisation activities shortly after start-up. They are high on the entrepreneurship research agenda but so far little attention has been devoted to their potential as job creators, the processes they apply when hiring and the barriers they face. Through a combination of secondary data analysis, literature reviews and international case studies, European Born Globals sheds new light on the motivations and processes of job creation in born global firms. It will contribute to understanding the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of job creation in born globals, essential not only for policy makers, but also for academic research and management education.

Emerging Economies And Firms In The Global Crisis

Author: Marin Marinov
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137277475
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Emerging Economies And Firms In The Global Crisis from the Author: Marin Marinov. Comprised of chapters that explore the impact of the global crisis on emerging economies and firms and their response to it. The ways in which the leading emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China are dealing with the challenges of the crisis are complemented by the methods applied by countries and firms in Central and Eastern Europe.

Entrepreneurship And Smes In The Euro Zone

Author: Leo Paul Dana
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Entrepreneurship And Smes In The Euro Zone from the Author: Leo Paul Dana. The European Charter for Small Enterprises recognises that small firms are the backbone of the European economy. This work puts together a comparison of 12 European countries: an introduction with geographic, demographic, and historical overviews, a focus on the economy, entrepreneurship and small business sector and a view on the future.

Small And Medium Sized Enterprises And The Global Economy

Author: Gerald I. Susman
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
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Small And Medium Sized Enterprises And The Global Economy from the Author: Gerald I. Susman. 'Globalization has jarred the traditional role and competitiveness of small- and medium-sized enterprises. This masterful volume comprises leading scholars, policy makers and business leaders who have new insights and strategies for SMEs creating opportunities rather than being victims of globalization. the result is a breakthrough in our understanding of entrepreneurship in the global context.' - David Audretsch, Indiana University, Bloomington, US and Otto Beisheim School WHU, Germany