I’m writing to draw to your attention a new book that is part of the JIBS Special Collections series.
It is titled International Entrepreneurship: The Pursuit of Opportunities Across National Borders (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), and contains an editorial describing international entrepreneurship research that has been published in JIBS, and eight previously
published JIBS papers. The selected papers have challenged conventional wisdom in international entrepreneurship scholarship and represent diverse topics and empirical methods.
I hope you find the time to (re-)read them!
The Table of Contents is listed below.
University of Toronto
Area Editor, International Entrepreneurship, JIBS
Research Themes About International Entrepreneurship: Tales from the JIBS Backlist and Onward Journeys, by A. Rebecca Reuber
Part 1. Theoretical Foundations of International Entrepreneurship as a Scholarly Field
Toward a Theory of International New Ventures, by Benjamin M. Oviatt and Patricia Phillips McDougall
Creative Tension: The Significant of Ben Oviatt’s and Patricia McDougall’s Article ‘Toward a Theory of International New Ventures,’ by Erkko Autio
Part 2. Factors Enabling Internationalization Under Resource Constraints
The Survival of International New Ventures, by Ram Mudambi and Shaker A. Zahra
International New Ventures: Revisiting the Influences Behind the ‘Born-Global’ Firm, by Terence Fan and Phillip Phan
Part 3. Networks and Entrepreneurial Internationalization
The Network Dynamics of International New Ventures, by Nicole E. Coviello
Explaining the Internationalization of iBusiness Firms, by Keith D. Brouthers, Kim Dung Geisser and Franz Rothlauf
Part 4. Practices and Entrepreneurial Internationalization
Small Firm Internationalisation Unveiled Through Phenomenography, by Peter Lamb, Jörgen Sandberg and Peter W. Liesch
Immigrant Remittances and the Venture Investment Environment of Developing Countries, by Paul M. Vaaler