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- Udgiver: Taylor & Francis (Marts 2018)
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- Paperback: 224 sider
- Udgiver: Routledge (Marts 2018)
- Forfattere: Arnis Sauka, Danica Purg og Tõnis Mets
- ISBN: 9781138228511
The process of the transition to a market-oriented economy for countries from Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) started some 25 years ago. A new technology base triggered the fast growth of new investments into intangible assets by global economic leaders at the beginning of the 1990s, providing the basis for a move towards a knowledge economy. During the past 25 years, entrepreneurs in CEE and the CIS have reshaped traditional industries and created new industries, combining innovative ideas with traditional competencies. Yet we still do not know very much about how and why companies led by entrepreneurs develop, how they expand globally and what the role of new knowledge and innovation is in the internationalization process. Understanding the pathways of entrepreneurial development, especially growth through internationalization, is important for the overall development of countries in transition and beyond.
Entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern Europe: Development through Internationalization provides an overview of entrepreneurship in a range of important emerging markets. This book aims to fill the gap in the literature by providing up-to-date data and case-based evidence.
With coverage of a range of national firms from countries including Belarus, Estonia, Hungary, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine, this book will be vital supplementary reading around international entrepreneurship and essential reading for those studying the business environment in this vital emerging market.
by Hans Landstr?m Part I: Conceptual framework
Chapter 1: Introduction: entrepreneurship development and internationalization in Central and Eastern Europe, Ukraine and the Commonwealth of Independent States Danica Purg, Arnis Sauka and T?nis Mets
Chapter 2: Internationalisation and European small- and medium- sized enterprises David Smallbone and Hang Do Part II: Entrepreneurs re-shaping industries: markets, products and services
Chapter 3: Entrepreneurship development through internationalisation in Latvia: the case of Laima: born sweet and global Arnis Sauka
Chapter 4: The internationalization of Viciunai Group: a case from Lithuania Osvaldas Stripeikis and Irena Bakanauskiene
Chapter 5: Entrepreneurship development and internationalisation in Belarus: the case of transport company TTC KristallTrans Alena Apiakun and T?nis Mets Part III: Born to become global
Chapter 6: Entrepreneurial developments toward knowledge economy in Estonia: the case of Fits Me - venture-capital-backed startup going global T?nis Mets
Chapter 7: Born Poland, gone global: the case of successful Polish ICT company Aiton Caldwell Ewa Lechman
Chapter 8: Entrepreneurship development and internationalization in Serbia: a case study of ComTrade and Nordeus Sanja Marinkovic, Jovana Rakicevic, Milica Jovanovic and Jasna Petkovic
Chapter 9: Business internationalization: a case study of Telegrafia from Slovakia Peter Dzupka and Miriam Sebov? Part IV: Entrepreneurs-innovators going international
Chapter 10: The internationalisation of Richter Gedeon, the Hungarian pharmaceutical company, and entrepreneurship in Hungary Katalin Antal?czy and Magdolna Sass
Chapter 11: Entrepreneurship and the internationalization process of Hidria - a Hidden Champion company from Slovenia Danica Purg, Iztok Seljak and Alenka Bracek Lalic
Chapter 12: Entrepreneurship and dental industry development in Ukraine: the case of dental clinic Apollonia entering international markets Irina Tykhomyrova, Nataliya Golovkina and Mykola Radlinskyy Part V: Conclusions and implications
Chapter 13: Twenty-five years of transition: entrepreneurial activities from homeland to borderless opportunities T?nis Mets