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International Entrepreneurship in Swedish well established companies. Edition No. 1 Product Image

International Entrepreneurship in Swedish well established companies. Edition No. 1

  • Published: August 2010
  • Region: Global, Sweden
  • 96 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House

Research is focusing on the process through which companies internationalize, which is often based on their size, operations, internal capabilities and key competencies. Present global economic conditions, enforced by the strong competitiveness factor, stimulate every company to act in a different way. More and more well established companies encounter and extreme need to reinforce and redefine its strategic direction in order to stay on the edge. To address these issues, companies are inevitably forced to act in a more agile entrepreneurial way. Therefore, entrepreneurial orientation postures were selected among other theoretical alternatives to identify the relationships and effects which entrepreneurship can expose on the process of internationalization.

Dmitry, Harapko.
Dmitry Harapko,M.Sc. in Entrepreneurial Management at Jonkoping International Business School;M.Sc. in International Economics at Ternopil National Economic University Kaoutar Rankou,B.Sc. in Management Sciences at International Institute for Higher Education in Morocco.M.Sc. in Entrepreneurial Management at Jonkoping International Business School.
Kaoutar, Rankou.
Dmitry Harapko,M.Sc. in Entrepreneurial Management at Jonkoping International Business School;M.Sc. in International Economics at Ternopil National Economic University Kaoutar Rankou,B.Sc. in Management Sciences at International Institute for Higher Education in Morocco.M.Sc. in Entrepreneurial Management at Jonkoping International Business School.

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