Transnational entrepreneurship (TE) has emerged as a distinct attribute of globalization and international business. The changing nature of the business and the development of new processes and practices have required the advancement of academic literature through further investigating the nature of strategy development in small transnational entrepreneurial companies. The importance of these entities lies in their ability to operate under the detrimental impact of pending liabilities of newness and foreignness. Illuminating the strategies, which constitute TEs’ ability to develop in such complex settings, has been the focus of the proposed research paper. The paper reveals the underpinnings of a paradigm that remains relatively unexplored – how transnational entrepreneurship manage to establish inter-organizational embeddedness through which to engage in the actual business environment of the host country.
|Title of host publication||Strategic Management Society|
|Publication status||Unpublished - 2013|
- transnational entrepreneurship
- international business