'Theories of entrepreneurship and business culture have flourished in recent years, but comparative international studies that address both these subjects have been relatively scarce. By comparing the way that a knowledge-intensive industry organises innovation under different national cultures, Denise Tsang provides a timely and important test of modern theories. She finds that while core values relating to achievement and material reward are common across locations, networking strategies are location-specific. This result has significant implications which need to be followed up in future research.' - Mark Casson, University of Reading, UK the Entrepreneurial Culture highlights the subtle yet powerful influence of national cultural heritage on entrepreneurship ventures, using an alternative and fresh approach to explore the entrepreneurial culture of Chinese and Irish software firms.As their capital for WebEx was mainly tied up with the licensing fees for FutureLabsa#39; core technology (which was at the ... bought back by WebEx), the new firm was on a very tight budget for the first two years and the cofounders initially did notanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Entrepreneurial Culture|
|Publisher||:||Edward Elgar Publishing - 2006-01-01|