Department of Management

Morten Rask

Models og International Entrepreneurship

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  • Morten Rask
  • Per Servais, International Business & Entrepreneurship
The purpose with this article is to review models used to describe and explain the establishment and development of international new ventures in order to investigate how and why international new ventures are established and developed. This article attempts an integration of extant theory on International Entrepreneurship, and specifically but not exclusively, International New Ventures (INVs). The three resulting ‘meta-models’ depict the activities and loci of such firms, the motivating factors that give rise to such firms and their growth modalities and strategies. These models reflect the merger of entrepreneurship and international business into the field of international entrepreneurship.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPreparing for the Unexpected : Design of the future global Enterprise
Number of pages18
PublisherDjøf Forlag
Publication year2015
Edition1
Pages237-255
Chapter11
ISBN (print)978-87-574-3157-5
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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