2 edition of Knowledge-based view of internationalisation found in the catalog.
Knowledge-based view of internationalisation
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Acta Universitatis Lappeenrantaensis -- 156|
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A Knowledge-Based View of Mergers and Acquisitions Revisited: Absorptive Capacity and Combinative Capability 10 March La gouvernance comme modalité de gestion ou mot-valise en Afrique: analyse de contenu de discours en milieu universitaire au BurundiCited by: Review: This book seeks to fill a gap in the study of higher education language policies. It is a well-researched, well-documented, and thoughtful comparative consideration of the challenge of internationalisation for ‘linguae academicae’ other than English. Directorate-General for Internal Policies, for selecting it for this task. The consortium also thanks the authors of the country reports and the authors of Chapters 2 and 3, as well as the three review team members and the two editorial team members, for their valuable contributions to the study. Emerging Knowledge Based Society (Information Society) and new Consciousness formation Yuri Demchenko God and Religion from the point of view of Information Revolution trends; Education and culture globalisation and internationalisation shall not impact on national cultures.
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Internationalization of family firms in a knowledge-based view. the influence of these characteristics on the development of the knowledge base in a context of internationalisation.
In this book, an international and interdisciplinary team of leading scholars examines the attributes of knowledge acquisition and diffusion within and across service-providing organizations.
Using a variety of case examples, they pay particular attention to the processes of internationalization and the ways in which service-providing. Knowledge-based view on internationalization and effect of product/service types Conference Paper February with 13 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Downloadable. Despite the profusion of studies concerning knowledge-based processes within the firm, rare studies tried to analyse them for the family business. Due to its specificities, this entity shows a particular behaviour as for the creation, development, sharing, protection and transmission of knowledge.
Habbershon and Williams () initiated the research aiming at the identification. Get this from a library. Knowledge-based services, internationalization and regional development.
[J W Harrington; P W Daniels;] -- The acquisition and management of information is central to the operation and marketing of many service-providing firms and other organizations. Their varied knowledge requirements influence. Diaspora networks, ethnic ties & internationalisation 54 The Diaspora’s role in the Chinese apparel sector 57 The Diaspora role in the Indian IT & software sector 59 Strategic Management Based Approach to Internationalisation: the Resource-based view & Knowledge-based View 62 Resource-based view 62 Knowledge-based view The book tries to combine two perspectives – the academic theory and the business practice.
From the theoretical point of view, the book covers a long research period – since the early s (e.g. stages models) up till now (e.g. holistic and integrative approaches or Cited by: Gassmann, O. and Keupp, M.M. () ‘The competitive advantage of early and rapidly internationalising SMEs in the biotechnology industry: A knowledge-based view’, Journal of World Business, XLII, – CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Laila Kasem, Kevin Ibeh.
Book Description. Providing an analysis of the relationship between Internationalization and Employability in Higher Education, this book considers the perspectives of both students and employers to illustrate how to reach positive employment outcomes for all stakeholders.
Through a wide range of international case studies, this book delivers some key messages, including. local and global internationalisation at regional or national levels. The section titles make it clear the book highlights that increasing attention given to internationalisation is not simply leading to more of the same, just on a larger scale.
Diversification and broadening of internationalisation practice is leading to a deepening of ourFile Size: 4MB.
Downloadable (with restrictions). This conceptual paper contributes to the internationalization literature in response to previous criticisms by enabling the integration of apparently contradictory strands of the literature and incorporation of the potential role of the Internet.
Knowledge is at the core of received wisdom on internationalization. A review of approaches to empirical research on the resource-based view of the firm, Journal of Management, – CrossRef Google Scholar Andersen, O. and Kheam, L.S. ().Cited by: 3. The resource-based view is a framework for understanding strategic management.
It focuses on the firm, in contrast to traditional Industrial Economics (Barney, ). This paper provides an overview of what the resource-based view is about, an overview of critiques on the resource-based view, based on the paper of Kraaijenbrink et.
al (). Providing an analysis of the relationship between Internationalization and Employability in Higher Education, this book considers the perspectives of both students and employers to illustrate how to reach positive employment outcomes for all stakeholders.
Through a wide range of international case studies, this book delivers some key messages, including:Author: Robert Coelen, Cate Gribble. derstanding of globalization of knowledge-based economies.
Its content is based on the conference Going Global – The Challenges for Knowledge-Based Econo-mies, held in 21–22 September in Helsinki, Finland. – Why to organize a conference and compile a book of such complex issues as globalization of R&D. In this book we wish to take a broad view on globalization.
Globalization has en-teredanewphasedue to theimpactof knowledge-based paradigmover economies and societies and also to the development of large Asian economies.
Transnational corporations remain among main drivers of globalization and internationalisation of research and development. and the resource- and knowledge-based views of new venture internationalisation. Cluster life cycles More recent contributions to the clusters literature offer several potentially useful insights that have not yet been incorporated into the BG/INV literature.
First, research has highlighted. leading internationalisation in higher education: people and policies. 7 Hans de Wit discusses how leadership for internationalisation has evolved from fragmented to comprehensive, along with the changing and dynamic nature.
Buy Knowledge-Based Services, Internationalization and Regional Development (The Dynamics of Economic Space) 1 by Harrington, James W., P.
Daniels (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : P. Daniels. Thus, internationalisation has a direct negative impact on risk for firms operating in knowledge-based industries, while having an adverse risk effect among firms in capital-based industries (Andersen, ).
Finally, the relationship between internationalisation and downside risk is also contingent on the home and host country : Jonas Strømfeldt Eduardsen, Svetla Trifonova Marinova. internationalisation capability was developed through the IJV managers sharing knowledge and learning with other international subsidiaries of the partners, especially of their ‘best practices’.
Interest in the resource-based view of the firm continues to grow in the field of business policy and strategy. Recently, most of this interest seems to have been focused on understanding the empirical implications of this theory and especially on how a firm's resources and capabilities can Cited by: On the basis of discussions and analysis of the current environment for international competition, this book was written to dispel misconceptions regarding the motivating forces behind internationalization and, therefore, to improve understanding of both the challenges and the opportunities of a global market and production base.
‘Requisite irony’ and ‘the knowledge-based economy’ Using keywords analysis in CDA: evolving discourses of the knowledge economy in education ‘Finland is a small country’ narrative construction of the internationalisation of higher educationCited by: In his book The McDonaldization of Society, Ritzer states that “the principles of the fast-food restaurant are coming to dominate more and more sectors of American society as well as of the rest of the world.” Statistics show that within the last fifty years, McDonalds has expanded to.
The Knowledge-based view (KBV) is acknowledged as the extension of resource- based view of the firm. KBV has inherited much of content for RBV and its talks about the evolution of the specific resources and capabilities (Kuivalainen ).
Innovation, Profits and Growth: Schumpeter and Penrose by John Cantwell* *Professor John Cantwell advancing his Mark II model, but in fact reiterated his view of the distinctiveness of profits from internationalisation of economic activity.
Between firms this has taken the form of a growing. Small and Medium-sized Enterprises: Local Strength, Global Reach mostly in knowledge-intensive sec-tors and in regions characterised by intense economic activity and clus-tering, these fast growers are usually integrated into formal and informal networks of firms.
High-growth SMEs play a pioneering role in devel-oping new products and markets inFile Size: KB. Entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern Europe: Development through Internationalization provides an overview of entrepreneurship in a range of important emerging markets.
This book aims to fill the gap in the literature by providing up-to-date data and case-based : Tõnis Mets, Arnis Sauka, Danica Purg. The central theme of this paper is contradictions: the ways in which official agendas of internationalisation in higher education are disturbed by the principles of inclusion and exclusion in the local context of university academic by: 1.
Introduction. Long is the discussion revolving around the internationalisation of companies, spanning various subjects and topics. The truth is that internationalisation continues on the daily agenda of the scientific community (Kotabe & Kothari, ).The last two decades have witnessed a gradual intensification of research into the contexts surrounding the internationalisation of small Author: Flávio Morais, João J.
Ferreira. It would take a book to do justice to Professor Nonaka’s presentation. Fortunately, he already wrote it - The Knowledge Creating Company.
These notes will just hit some of the highlights. At the heart of Nonaka's work is the premise that there are two types of knowledge: tacit and Size: 11KB.
Strategy as practice 1. Strategy as PracticeBrief overviewMário Porfírio 2. Working Papers Paula Jarzabkowski () RELEVANCE IN THEORY & RELEVANCE IN PRACTICE: STRATEGY THEORY IN PRACTICE, presented at the 19th EGOS Colloquium, July (work in Progress) Chris Fenton and Ann Langley () STRATEGY AS PRACTICE THE NARRATIVE.
Resource Based View is still a hot topic although the theory is more than 20 years old. In this assignment, we will argue whether resource-based view analysis (RBV) has a strong relationship with firm’s performance, especially in achieving a sustainable competitive advantage.
Folks: The posting below gives views of higher education for four regions; Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America. It is from Chapter 1 – Internationalization within the Higher Education Context, in the book, The SAGE Handbook of International Higher Education, by Laura E.
Rumbley, Philip G. Altbach, and Liz Reisberg, Published by Corwin, A SAGE Company, Teller Road, Thousand Oaks. important obstacle to the development of internationalisation and that the necessary knowledge can be acquired mainly through operations abroad.
Again, the author tries to make an account of these knowledge-based factors by differentiating between ‘inexperienced’ and ‘experienced’ ﬁrms in chapter. In this chapter, we argue from a theoretical perspective that globalisation has impacted differentiation within higher education systems.
The three propositions about mechanisms affecting diversity distinguished by van Vught (environmental conditions, competition for resources and academic norms) remain the same, but the initial conditions have by: 1.
Internationalization Innovation Is Coming From the Developing World. knowledge-based societies, the concept of internationalization of higher education has itself become globalized. In the concluding chapter of our book, The Globalization of Internationalization, Emerging Voices and Perspectives, we reflect on this development.
Abstract. Objective: The aim of the article is to verify how entrepreneurial orientation affects different types of knowledge in various stages of internationalisation of Polish firms. Research Design & Methods: The research method applied in the paper is the critical analysis of prior studies as well as a survey conducted on a sample of businesses from Poland.
Preview for Educational Reform and Internationalisation: The Case of School Reform in Kazakhstan. David Bridges, Cambridge University Press. Available 08/05/. its knowledge-based FSA to a potential rival asset-seeking firm. To summarize, the broad nature of the eclectic paradigm, with its focus on industry-level data and the comingling of O, L, and I advantages, leads to a more descriptive, indeed holistic, explanation of the motives of out-ward FDI.The development of indicators of internationalisation has constituted a priority for many countries yet their development and implementation is a field of which we have little knowledge.
Based on the concepts of Scientific and Technical Human Capital (Bozeman et al., ) and Resource-based Collaboration (Van Rijnsoever et al., ), I.Roberts, Joanne () Internationalisation of management consultancy services: conceptual issues concerning the cross-border delivery of knowledge intensive services.
In, Harrington, J.W. and Daniels, P.W. (eds.) Knowledge-Based Services: Internationalisation and Regional by: 6.