Age at Initial International Entry: A Meta-Analytic Review of Antecedents and ConsequencesBabson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (2014)
Over the last 25 years, International Entrepreneurship (IE) developed into a unique field of study. Despite many accomplishments to date, recent reviews raise important questions about what we know about the antecedents and consequences of age at entry decisions, highlighting that “many knowledge gaps, theoretical inconsistencies, and conflicting predictions limit our understanding of IE” (Keupp & Gassmann, 2009: 601) and that “potential contradictions arise” with the effects of key antecedents (networks) on age at entry (Jones et al, 2011: 638).
- International entrepreneurship,
Publication DateJune, 2014
LocationLondon, ON, Canada
Citation InformationDavid Jiang, Jason A. Strickling, David W. Williams and T. Russell Crook. "Age at Initial International Entry: A Meta-Analytic Review of Antecedents and Consequences" Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david-jiang/13/