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Three Models of International Entrepreneurship – An Eclectic Meta-Theoretical Overview

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Three Models of International Entrepreneurship – An Eclectic Meta-Theoretical Overview. / Rask, Morten; Servais, Per.

2011. Paper presented at AIB Annual Meeting 2011, Nagoya, Japan.

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Rask, M & Servais, P 2011, 'Three Models of International Entrepreneurship – An Eclectic Meta-Theoretical Overview', Paper presented at AIB Annual Meeting 2011, Nagoya, Japan, 24/06/2011 - 28/06/2011. <http://aib.msu.edu/events/2011/AIB2011_ConferenceProceedings.pdf>

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Rask M, Servais P. 2011. Three Models of International Entrepreneurship – An Eclectic Meta-Theoretical Overview. Paper presented at AIB Annual Meeting 2011, Nagoya, Japan.

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Rask, Morten and Per Servais Three Models of International Entrepreneurship – An Eclectic Meta-Theoretical Overview. AIB Annual Meeting 2011, 24 Jun 2011, Nagoya, Japan, Paper, 2011.

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Rask M, Servais P. Three Models of International Entrepreneurship – An Eclectic Meta-Theoretical Overview. 2011. Paper presented at AIB Annual Meeting 2011, Nagoya, Japan.

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Rask, Morten ; Servais, Per. / Three Models of International Entrepreneurship – An Eclectic Meta-Theoretical Overview. Paper presented at AIB Annual Meeting 2011, Nagoya, Japan.

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abstract = "The aim of this article is to provide a comprehensive review of models used to depict infant firms that operate internationally right from or close to inception, so-called international new ventures (INVs) or born global firms that emerged in the literature in the early 1990s up until today. The purpose with this article was to give a comprehensive overview of models used to describe and explain the establishment and development of international new ventures. Based upon a diverse platform of types of research and types of models we have developed three eclectic meta-models of international entrepreneurship. The eclectic matrix meta-model defines types of international entrepreneurial firms. The eclectic multi-stimuli meta-model explains how the external environment factors and the internal organizational and managerial factors influence the international entrepreneurship strategies. The eclectic stimuli-response metal-model explains the antecedents/drivers of moderators in and performance by international entrepreneurship. Managers in international entrepreneurialfirms and students in international business and entrepreneurship can use the models as framework for understanding international entrepreneurship. A call for more research on cross-country comparative aspects together with more focus on products and business opportunities in relation to international entrepreneurship finalize the paper.",
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