Research on Chinese Born Global Firms’ International Entrepreneurial Mechanism and Development Mode

ZHANG Junjie, DAI Xiajing

Abstract


Some small to medium enterprises have successfully expanded into overseas market after firms’ establishment or in a short period after inception, which can not be fully explained by traditional international business theories. The paper tries to explore Chinese born global firms’ entrepreneurial mechanism and development mode from multi-theoretical perspectives supported by several representative case studies from China. the paper argues that for Chinese born global firms, overseas market opportunity’s recognition and exploitation is the starting point and catalyst for Chinese born global firms’ establishment and growth, global resources integration is growing mode for Chinese born global firms, overseas market knowledge and organization learning is the basis for Chinese born global firms to cultivate and maintain sustainable competitive advantages after they enter into international markets.
Key words: Born global firms; Overseas market opportunity recognition; Organization learning

Keywords


Born global firms; Overseas market opportunity recognition; Organization learning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ibm.1923842820130701.1125

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