Editorial: Internationalization of Central and Eastern European firms: trends and strategies,Factors leading to early internationalization in emerging Central and Eastern European economies: empirical evidence from new ventures in Lithuania,Inducing the Internationalisation of Family Manufacturing Firms from a Transition Context,International acquisitions by Polish MNEs. Value creation or destruction?,Signalling Legitimacy in Global Contexts: The Case of Small Wine Producers in Bulgaria,Technological innovation among internationality active SMEs in the Czech economy: Role of human and social capital of CEO
Internationalization of Central and Eastern European firms: trends and strategies Description
Internationalization of Central and Eastern European firms: trends and strategies
The articles in this ebookaddress several issues related to the internationalization of CEE-based firms, such as technological innovation, individual-, firm- or context-related drivers of international operations, and cross-border M&As. It examines different types of firms: entrepreneurial firms, SMEs, and large multinationals. It includes contributions that examine specific economies – Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, and Poland – and a comparative study. These contributions add to theoretical and empirical knowledge of the strategies and performance of emerging and transition economy firms.