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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to provoke further research and analysis into what it takes to successfully start and grow a new global venture, which sources a product in China, and resells it in Europe and the USA. Design/methodology/approach – This paper explores the early stages of...
Purpose – Challenging the suitability of “Porter's five forces” as a guide to strategy and entrepreneurship in China and in the global age at large, this paper aims to present a new “five forces” model based on Sun Tzu's timeless strategic wisdom, with entrepreneurship and...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to assess the impact of the acquisition of resources and formal organization on entrepreneurial orientation (EO) of new ventures. Design/methodology/approach – The research was conducted using an original data set of 199 new ventures in China. The data...
Purpose – This research seeks to undertake a comparative study of Chinese distribution centers (DCs) with UK DCs in order to explore the relationship between the supply chain, logistics and distribution functions, and the gap between the countries. The study has been undertaken in light of...
Purpose – It is intended in this paper to develop a reliable and valid measurement of corporate entrepreneurship (CE) and identify the key dimensions based on evidence of the largest transitional and fast growing economy, China, given that no agreement has been reached and much less is know...
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