Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship: Volume 4 Issue 2


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Knowledge transfer, perceived environmental turbulence and innovation in China

Stephen Ko, Boon‐Seng Tan

The purpose of this paper is to examine the perceptions of individual entrepreneurs on the operating environments as potential opportunities or threats, which influence the…


Does IPR promote innovation? New evidence from developed and developing countries

Hua Wang, Mingyong Lai, Maxim Spivakovsky

Following the controversy regarding the effects of stronger intellectual property rights (IPR) on technological innovation, the purpose of this paper is to systemically examine…


The effect of entrepreneurial orientation on business performance: A role of network capabilities in China

Yanlong Zhang, Xiu'e Zhang

Focusing on the corporate entrepreneurship in China's emerging economy, the purpose of this paper is to explore the impact of network capabilities on entrepreneurial orientation…


Talent definition and talent management recognition in Chinese private‐owned enterprises

Shuai Zhang, David Bright

Talent management (TM) is underdeveloped and TM recognition is unclear in the context of Chinese private‐owned enterprises (POEs). As talent definition is the basis of TM…


One bed, two dreams?

Ning Jia

The purpose of this paper is to provoke discussion on the choice of initial public offering (IPO) timing and issues that entrepreneurs need to think about when making such…

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