Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship: Volume 5 Issue 2


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Sales growth of Chinese private owned enterprises (POEs): an exploratory analysis

Benjamin C. Powell, Joan M. Donohue, Xiaoya Liang, Jeremy B. Fox

This study aims to provide an exploratory analysis of a broad range of factors that may help to explain the rapid growth of Chinese private owned enterprises (POEs).

“Flying High, Landing Soft”: An innovative entrepreneurial curriculum for Chinese SMEs going abroad

Ye‐Sho Chen, Edward Watson, Edgard Cornacchione, Renato Ferreira Leitão Azevedo

There is an increased research interest in the recent phenomenon of Chinese small and medium‐sized businesses (SMEs) going abroad. The paper aims to enrich the literature by…


Entrepreneurship education: an insight from Malaysian polytechnics

Mohd Zahari Ismail, Syed Zamberi Ahmad

The paper aims to empirically investigate the effectiveness of the entrepreneurship curriculum delivered in Malaysian polytechnics.


The Italian system of innovation: strengths and weaknesses

Rosa Caiazza

The Italian system of innovation is an aware contest that needs to be developed. The aim of this study is to analyse the current situation and evidence future actions for…


Sporting family business generations

Manoj Joshi, Apoorva Srivastava, Varun Ashwini Aggarwal

The case aims to deal with multigenerational entrepreneurship. The family business of sports goods was initiated by Yashpal Aggarwal and his friends in the 1950s. Yashpal acquired…

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