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Entrepreneurial Culture

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  • Wydawnictwo Edward Elgar
  • Oprawa miękka
  • darmowa dostawa od 300zł Darmowa dostawa
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This book is very entrepreneurial Denise Tsang treads the difficult intellectual terrains of entrepreneurship studies and networks literature And yet she has succeeded in developing a new theoretical idea known as cultural capital in explaining entrepreneurial activities and network advantages The book is filled with very rich empirical illustrations of the complex behaviour practices and network activities of entrepreneurs in the software industry By taking a case study approach Tsang has provided us with immense insights into the cultural embeddedness of entrepreneurial networks that are often lost in quantitative surveybased studies of entrepreneurship and networks Her comparative approach to Irish and Chinese software entrepreneurs is unparalleled and highly innovative The book is a must read for researchers and policymakers interested in how contemporary entrepreneurs in hightech industries get their acts together Henry Waichung Yeung National University of SingaporeTheories of entrepreneurship and business culture have flourished in recent years but comparative international studies that address both these subjects have been relatively scarce By comparing the way that a knowledgeintensive industry organises innovation under different national cultures Denise Tsang provides a timely and important test of modern theories She finds that while core values relating to achievement and material reward are common across locations networking strategies are locationspecific This result has significant implications which need to be followed up in future research Mark Casson University of Reading UKThe Entrepreneurial Culture highlights the subtle yet powerful influence of national cultural heritage on entrepreneurship ventures using an alternative and fresh approach to explore the entrepreneurial culture of Chinese and Irish software firms This book presents a unique analysis of entrepreneurship theory development along with a single industry crossnational study of entrepreneurship illustrating the impact of values from contrasting culturesSpecifically Denise Tsang concentrates on the advantages associated with the diverse Chinese social network and Irish personal network derived from the two nations respective core cultural values in relation to the strategies utilised by successful public and private firms emerging in the past two decades Drawing upon data from China Ireland and the USA the author illustrates that the Chinese social network has led to a relationshipbased approach in strategic areas such as team building finance marketing and recruitment during the early stage of firms startup In contrast the Irish personal network is linked to a pragmatic and rational approach in the same strategic areasThis original work will provide fascinating reading for a wideranging audience Including academics researchers students practitioners and policymakers specialising in entrepreneurship andor international business
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  • Dział: Literatura obcojęzyczna
  • Wydawnictwo: Edward Elgar
  • Oprawa: miękka
  • ISBN: 978-1-84542-014-7
  • Wprowadzono: 12.06.2007

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