Special Issue "International Entrepreneurship: The Search for Global Opportunities, Markets and Entry Strategy"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2014).
Interests: international entrepreneurship; global capital markets; entrepreneurship; financing the venture and corporate entrepreneurship
The problems involved in starting and operating a new venture are compounded when one crosses national borders – the fate of the international entrepreneur. Yet, never before in the history of the world has there been such a variety of exciting international business opportunities. With so many potential markets and countries available, this special issue of Administrative Sciences focuses on three critical issues for the global entrepreneur: foreign market selection, global opportunity recognition and selection, and global entry strategy.
Prof. Dr. Robert D. Hisrich
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- exploiting international opportunities
- international entrepreneurship
- effect of entrepreneurial activity on global growth
- global business
- international entrepreneurship education
- role of cultural
- role of government
- cross border trade
- economic development and international entrepreneurship