Entrepreneurial Internationalization in an Increasingly Digitized and Networked World Economy

Entrepreneurial Internationalization in an Increasingly Digitized and Networked World Economy

THE MCGILL INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP SERIES Series Editor: Hamid Etemad, McGill University, Canada The two fields ... Antonella Zucchella Entrepreneurial Internationalization in an Increasingly Digitized and Networked World Economy ...

Author: Etemad, Hamid

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781788976817

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

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Providing cutting-edge material from a range ofÊperspectives on entrepreneurial internationalization, this insightful book develops contemporary business concepts and business models to engage with a rapidly changing and diversifying world economy. Chapters build a conceptual and theoretical illustration of the field, providing key frameworks for the analysis of entrepreneurial internationalization, including insights into strategy and organization, as well as fundraising strategies for early internationalizing startups.Ê
Categories: Business & Economics

Contemporary Issues in Business and Economics

Contemporary Issues in Business and Economics

... to meet rising business demands. Last but not least, the emergence of the digital era has enabled smaller firms in Vietnam to go global by using digital networking channels and more innovative approaches (Coviello et al. 2017).

Author: Chia-Lin Chang

Publisher: MDPI

ISBN: 9783039360949

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 246

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This book is a collection of high-impact papers accepted and presented at the 2019 Vietnam’s Business and Economics Research Conference (VBER2019) organised by Ho Chi Minh City Open University held on 18th–20th July 2019. The Special Issue is associated with a broad coverage of the contemporary issues in Business and Economics in Vietnam and other emerging markets reflecting a key theme of VBER2019: Vietnam’s Place in the Asia Pacific Region. A total of 14 papers were published from more than the 120 submissions to the VBER2019 Conference. Published papers had been undergone a rigorous reviewing process conducted by the Journal of Risk and Financial Management. The papers incorporated in this book address contemporary issues in business and economics from Vietnam and other emerging markets in the Asian region from various angles such as economics, finance, and statistics to management science. At the time of writing this note, some of the papers have attracted more than 1000 downloads in 3 months. In particular, a paper on “Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Growth from Developing Countries in the Short Run and Long Run” by Trang Thi-Huyen Dinh and her team has attracted almost 6000 downloads in 3 months. These statistics indicate that the papers published in this Special Issue have attracted the wide interest of readers. Among these 14 published papers, three main areas of important contemporary issues in Business and Economics in the Asian region can be identified. First, a block of papers deals with various important and fundamental issues in the emerging markets the Asian region, from exchange rate regime, financial inclusion, and financial development to energy consumption and environmental degradation. On the issue of CO2 emissions, energy consumption and economic growth in the ASEAN, Vo, Vo, and Le utilized various time series econometrics approaches. Key findings from this paper indicate that there are no long-run relationships among carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, energy consumption, renewable energy, population growth, and economic growth in the Philippines and Thailand, but a relationship does exist in Indonesia, Myanmar, and Malaysia. Loo, in his paper on financial inclusion for the ASEAN, concluded that advancing internet capability and availability present investors an opportunity to offer financial technology or Fintech to meet the need for financial services in this digital era. Second, a challenge in quantitative studies for a single country, such as Vietnam, with limited data is generally noted. However, various empirical studies on Vietnam’s business and economics issues have been conducted. Nguyen, Quan, and Pham examined the cultural distance and entry mode of foreign direct investment in Vietnam. A key finding from their paper is that when there is a great cultural difference between Vietnam and their home country, foreign-invested firms prefer wholly owned subsidiaries over equity joint ventures. Within the Vietnamese market, Pham, Vo, Ho, and McAleer conducted a study on the issue of corporate financial distress. The authors conclude that the corporate financial distress prediction model, which includes accounting factors with macroeconomic indicators, performs much better than alternative models. In addition, the evidence confirms that the global financial crisis (GFC) had a damaging impact on each sector, with the Health & Education sector demonstrating the most impressive recovery post-GFC, and the utilities sector recording a dramatic increase in bankruptcies post-GFC. At another extreme of the spectrum, Van and Nguyen considered that competitive context, social influences, the understanding of managers about corporate social responsibility (CSR), and the internal environment of companies are the four drivers of CSR. The authors also argued that in the four drivers, competitive context has the strongest impact on adopting CSR. Third, last but not least, various papers focus on an important aspect of public finance. For an example, Pham, Pham, and Ly documented the effect of double taxation treaties on the bilateral trade of Vietnam with ASEAN member states, thereby making an extensive comparison with its EU partner countries. Their findings indicate the significant contributions of the tax treaties to Vietnam’s trade performance, not exclusively with ASEAN but also with EU partner countries. In addition, regarding public finance for Vietnam, Nguyen, Vo, Ho, and Vo investigated the contribution of fiscal decentralisation to economic growth across provinces in Vietnam. For the first time in Vietnam, the fiscal decentralisation index together its two subcomponents, including fiscal importance and fiscal autonomy, are developed. Findings from this paper indicate that while fiscal importance and an overall level of fiscal decentralisation have provided negative impact on provincial economic growth, fiscal autonomy has a positive impact on economic growth across provinces in Vietnam.
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Sport Entrepreneurship

Sport Entrepreneurship

Financial bodies provide information and knowledge about monetary and economic situations. ... has shifted from a regional perspective to a more global one that acknowledges the role of digital technology on sport entrepreneurship.

Author: Vanessa Ratten

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781839828386

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 192

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Sport Entrepreneurship: An Economic, Social and Sustainability Perspective is about innovation, competitiveness and futuristic thinking. This work focuses on how digital technology is driving transformations in the sport industry, enabling readers to understand the shift in sport towards integrating more entrepreneurial activity.
Categories: Business & Economics

Handbook of Research on Global Networking Post COVID 19

Handbook of Research on Global Networking Post COVID 19

tion Dialogue indicates the cooperation could result in more advanced progress in the Digital Industry. ... important role for the business to go internationalization by reaching global customers and breaking the barriers of information ...

Author: Pego, Ana

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799888581

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 624

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Management methodology and its applicability in society has changed drastically during the COVID-19 pandemic. Organizations have had to adopt new forms of resilience based on the needs of a different consumer. The COVID-19 market is a challenge for both producers and consumers as it meets new needs and a new capacity of merchandising. The Handbook of Research on Global Networking Post-COVID-19 fully unleashes the broad potential of entrepreneurial activity by exploring and highlighting new businesses and, as a result, the well-being of millions of people globally throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and prospects for the future. Delving into topics such as student empowerment, economic sectors, and personal finance, this book is an essential resource for managers, CEOs, consultants, faculty of higher education, students, researchers, policymakers, and academicians.
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The Emergence of Private Authority in Global Governance

The Emergence of Private Authority in Global Governance

Furthermore , in some industries single - firm internationalization no longer appears sufficient as even the largest ... Digitalization of the world economy The world economy is increasingly electronically integrated and digital .

Author: Rodney Bruce Hall

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521523370

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 276

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Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

50 Years of EU Economic Dynamics

50 Years of EU Economic Dynamics

... expect four impulses for rising internationalization in the sense of growing trade: • the ICT sector is an expanding field in its own right, as novel digital products and services are created in a dynamic networked world economy; ...

Author: Richard Tilly

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540740551

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 356

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Experts present their analyses of historical developments as well as new economic challenges for the European Union. Contributors, representatives from major banks and academia, point out the dramatic economic shifts among and within Europe, Asia, and the United States. At the bottom line of this EU analysis are major implications for investors, managers, policymakers, and the public at large in both the EU and the rest of the world.
Categories: Business & Economics

Proceedings of the XIII International Symposium SymOrg 2012 Innovative Management and Business Performance

Proceedings of the XIII International Symposium SymOrg 2012  Innovative Management and Business Performance

... of the "new economy". (Daning, 1998) Development and application of the Internet leads to a kind of global business reengineering. ... an important determinant of internationalization of trade in the era of "digital economy".

Author: Maja Levi-Jakšić

Publisher: University of Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences

ISBN: 9788676802555

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 2004

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Categories: Business & Economics

Handbook on Digital Business Ecosystems

Handbook on Digital Business Ecosystems

Small Business Economics, 48(2), pp. 431–446. doi: 10.1007/s11187-016-9781-2. Hair, N. et al. (2012) Market orientation in digital entrepreneurship: advantages and challenges in a WEB 2.0 networked world.

Author: Baumann, Sabine

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781839107191

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 784

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This timely Handbook on Digital Business Ecosystems provides a comprehensive overview of current research and industrial applications as well as suggestions for future developments. Multi-disciplinary in scope, the Handbook includes rigorously researched contributions from over 80 global expert authors from a variety of areas including administration and management, economics, computer science, industrial engineering, and media and communication.
Categories: Business & Economics

Digital Entrepreneurship and the Global Economy

Digital Entrepreneurship and the Global Economy

DJI experienced a coevolution between physical expansion and digital scalability whereas the internationalization-opportunity pursuing triggered by digitalization is weighted more than ever. Particularly, it can be suggested that among ...

Author: J. Mark Munoz

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000801286

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 108

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Digital entrepreneurship refers to business activities in the digital media and information and information and communication technologies. It encompasses entrepreneurial pursuits in areas such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, internet of things, and augmented reality among many more. The digital economy is expected to bring about $60 Trillion in revenue by 2025. With the rise and proliferation of emerging technologies globally, entrepreneurs have pursued opportunities to leverage skills, abilities, and resources to find innovative revenue streams. Companies such as Facebook, Uber, and Twitter are examples of highly successful digital firms that have become giants in the industry. Entrepreneurs and executives from all over the world are looking to follow in their footsteps. The book will outline and discuss ideas and approaches for companies of all sizes to benefit from the digital economy. This edited book brings together chapter contributions from leading practice experts and academics from all over the world. It advances contemporary thinking on digital entrepreneurship and aims to become the ultimate reference guide on the subject, making it especially valuable to researchers, academics, students, and professionals in the fields of entrepreneurship, international business, and the management of technology and innovation.
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From Export Promotion to Internationalization

From Export Promotion to Internationalization

The role of trade promotion organizations in the evolving global economy - Conference Report, 3-5 November 2014, Dubai, ... The business community is increasingly looking to TPOs and other government agencies that support trade to help ...

Author: International Trade Centre

Publisher: United Nations

ISBN: 9789213618738

Category: Political Science

Page: 58

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Proceedings of 2014 Trade Promotion Organizations (TPO) Network World Conference and Awards held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, on 3 - 5 November 2014, addressing the theme ‘From export promotion to internationalization’, reflects the debates, discussions and key messages of the conference and showcases the winners of the 2014 TPO Network Awards; reviews the recent trend in the business support environment to merge trade and investment activities; discusses the benefits and opportunities for TPOs and their beneficiaries such as trade facilitation, diversifying exports towards emerging markets and integrating SMEs into value chains.
Categories: Political Science