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The Role of International Entrepreneurship Capability on International Performance in Born Global Firms

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More than two decades, international entrepreneurship (IE) has come out as a distinct academic discipline, and that concentrates on firms that become international from inception or near after it. However, comparatively little is known about the international entrepreneurship (IE), its capability and what drives the international performance of these firms with early and rapidly internationalizations. Therefore, the objective of the investigation is to reveal the dimensions of international entrepreneurial capability (IEC) and its effect on international performance (IP) in born global firms. The study will give an instruction to the born global (BG) managers, vision and strategy to the policymakers, and introduce the effectiveness role of international entrepreneurship capability (IEC) on international performance.

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A. Roudini and M. Osman, "The Role of International Entrepreneurship Capability on International Performance in Born Global Firms," iBusiness, Vol. 4 No. 2, 2012, pp. 126-135. doi: 10.4236/ib.2012.42015.


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