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This paper makes two types of contributions to research on new venture teams. First, we examine previously neglected aspects of team composition, such as homogeneity and heterogeneity in terms of resource provision and prior start-up experience. Second, we attempt to reconcile conflicting...
Business ventures are started by individuals and teams with very different backgrounds and motivations, pursuing business ideas of very variable inherent quality in environments that also show tremendous variability. As a result it is difficult to arrive at broadly valid generalizations, and...
Using seven years of data from Australian firms, we test convergent, discriminant and predictive validity of three content analysis derived measures of the level of top management attention to key strategic dimensions based on Miles and Snow’s (1978) strategy framework. We do this by relating...
Many emerging economies recently have launched ambitious efforts to privatize state-owned enterprises (SOEs). However, not all privatization entails complete ownership transfer from public to private hands. In many industries, especially in infrastructure industries, privatization has often been...
Previous research suggests that small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) can acquire new knowledge when operating and in international markets and, thereby, enrich their limited resource base. In this study, we examine the growth implications of this new knowledge. Building on the...