Progress in International Business Research

Entrepreneurship in the Global Firm

ISBN: 978-1-78052-114-5, eISBN: 978-1-78052-115-2

ISSN: 1745-8862

Publication date: 20 October 2011

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(2011), "Progress in International Business Research", Verbeke, A., Tavares-Lehmann, A.T. and Van Tulder, R. (Ed.) Entrepreneurship in the Global Firm (Progress in International Business Research, Vol. 6), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Leeds, p. ii.



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Entrepreneurship in the Global Firm
Progress in International Business Research
Progress in International Business Research
Copyright Page
List of Contributors
About the Editors
Chapter 1 Introduction: Entrepreneurship Research in International Business Studies
Chapter 2 SME International Mode Choice Over Time: Forging a Link Between the Uppsala Model and Transaction Cost Economics
Chapter 3 The Effects of Formalisation, Hierarchical Decentralisation and Lateral Communication: Strategic Decision-Making Processes on SME International Performance
Chapter 4 Experiential Knowledge Profiles of Internationalising SMEs – The Ability to Sustain Market Positions in the New Turbulent Era of Global Business
Chapter 5 The Effect of Network Competence and Environmental Hostility on the Propensity of SMEs to Internationalise
Chapter 6 Entrepreneurial Deficits in the Global Firm
Chapter 7 Subsidiary Entrepreneurship and Headquarters Involvement During Innovation Development: Dual Paths to Subsidiary Performance
Chapter 8 Successful Subsidiary Strategy Patterns in Different Environments – A Configurational Perspective
Chapter 9 Subsidiary Strategic Evolution in China
Chapter 10 Offshoring Knowledge Versus Labour-Intensive Services and Entrepreneurial Activity: A Contingency Perspective
Chapter 11 Effects of Subsidiary Autonomy on Innovation Development and Transfer Intensities
Chapter 12 Increasing the Diversification of Technological Knowledge Through R&D Partnerships and Foreign Subsidiaries
Chapter 13 The Innovation Outcomes of MNC Subsidiaries' Local Embeddedness: Evidence from the German ‘Bioregion Rhein-Neckar-Dreieck’ Local Network
Chapter 14 The Role of Cross-Country Knowledge Spillovers in Energy Innovation
Chapter 15 Clusters, Innovation and Collaboration – The Role of the MNE in Finland