Entrepreneurship in Transitional Economies

Entrepreneurship in Transitional Economies

It is believed that transitional economies represent a very unique research context. There are abundant opportunities for entrepreneurship studies facing the transitional economies. This issue tries to make explorations in such aspect. The six manuscripts in this issue cover three topics: relationship within the context of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship in history, and entrepreneurship in specific industries. With deep quality and quantity study, they show some interesting conclusions about strategy, organizational behavior, management in entrepreneurship study. Generally, this special issue will bring some ideas about the research domains and opportunities of entrepreneurship in transitional economies.

Cultural beliefs, agency relationship, and network governance: study on the Teochew remittance network,Editorial: integrating Fan Li and Napoléon: Chinese and French,Effects of shared vision and integrations on entrepreneurial performance: empirical analyses of 246 new Chinese ventures,Growth mechanism for cluster entrepreneurship of peasant households: three cases in the Chinese forest zone,Guest editorial - entrepreneurship research amid transitional economies: domains and opportunities,The effect of entrepreneurial context on the performance of new ventures,The effects of entrepreneurs’ socioeconomic status and political characteristics on new ventures’ establishment of formal political ties in China,Unraveling legitimation strategies of Chinese internet start-ups

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