Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development


Volume 18 issue 3, 2011


Special Issue: International entrepreneurship: areas for future research


Guest editors: Margaret Fletcher and Sharon Loane


Introduction by Margaret Fletcher and Sharon Loane


Foreword:   Tribute to Professor Jim Bell by Stephen Young



The development of a high-tech international new venture as a process of acting: A study of the lifespan of a venture in software business
Tuija Mainela, Elina Pernu, Vesa Puhakka (pp. 430 - 456)

The impact of internationalisation on small firms' choice of location and propensity for relocation
Erik Rasmussen, Jan Møller Jensen, Per Servais (pp. 457 - 474)

Knowledge assimilation processes of rapidly internationalising firms: Longitudinal case studies of Scottish SMEs
Margaret Fletcher, Shameen Prashantham (pp. 475 - 501)

International new ventures in “low tech” sectors: a dynamic capabilities perspective
Natasha Evers (pp. 502 - 528)

Network resources and international performance of high tech SMEs
Breda Kenny, John Fahy (pp. 529 - 555)

Value creation of an internationalizing entrepreneurial firm: The business model perspective
Liisa-Maija Sainio, Sami Saarenketo, Niina Nummela, Taina Eriksson (pp. 556 - 570)

Internationalisation and the internet in UK manufacturing SMEs
Ko-Min Kevin Tseng, Rhona E. Johnsen (pp. 571 - 593)

A study into the international competitiveness of low and high intensity Tanzanian exporting SMEs
David Crick, Godwin E. Kaganda, Harry Matlay (pp. 594 - 607)

Entrepreneurship and urban growth: dimensions and empirical models
Mizan Rahman, Nafeez Fatima (pp. 608 - 626)

International entrepreneurship, born globals and the theory of effectuation
Svante Andersson (pp. 627 - 643)


Book Review 


International Entrepreneurship: Starting, Developing, and Managing a Global Venture, Robert D. Hisrich. 

Review by Alfredo D'Angelo (pp. 644 – 644)


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