Entrepreneurship in a Global Context

Entrepreneurship in a Global Context

Hardback Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy

Edited by Sue Birley, Edited by Ian C. MacMillan

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  • Publisher: ROUTLEDGE
  • Format: Hardback | 208 pages
  • Dimensions: 162mm x 236mm x 18mm | 458g
  • Publication date: 14 March 1997
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0415131324
  • ISBN 13: 9780415131322

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Employing a multidisciplinary approach, the chapters cover all aspects of current entrepreneurship theory in multinational, economics, organizational sociology, marketing and finance. Other issues discussed include gender and networking, strategies in entrepreneurial growth, job satisfaction and franchising.

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Table of contents

Introduction. Papers: 1. Strong ties, weak ties and strangers: Do women owners differ from men in their use of networking to obtain assistance? Howard A. Aldrich and Amanda Elam Brickman 2. The determinants of optimal marketing expenditures: An application of option theory Saugata Bannerjee, William Bygrave and Benoit Leleux 3. Unfinished business: Obstacles to entrepreneurship in the reform of state-owned enterprises in China and Vietnam Max Boisot 4. Creating value on the balance sheet: Capital structures of new businesses Richard N. Cardozo, Paul Severn, Anne Sickles and Alexander Ardishvili 5. Coping with industry transformation: The case of the Italian tannery industry Paola Dubini and Umberto Lago 6. Extraordinary feats of entrepreneurial enterprise: strategies for rapid, sustained growth Thomas D. Kraemer and S. Venkataraman 7. Team processes and progress in innovation: The role of job satisfaction at project level Atul A. Nerkar, Rita Gunther McGrath and Ian C. MacMillan 8. Regional business creation and "push" factors: The case of Quebec Gilles Roy, Jean-Marie Toulouse and Luc Vallee 9. An investigation of conflict in the Franchisee-Franchisor relationship: Findings of the pilot study Steven Spinelli and Sue Birley Abstracts: 1. Measuring entrepreneurship over time William B. Gartner and Scott A. Shane 2. Need and issues on venture business support in Japan Shuichi Matsuda and Itaru Shirakura 3. Risk perceptions of entrepreneurs: upsides, downsides and variability of perceptions John W. Mullins and David Forlani