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Global Opportunities for Entrepreneurial Growth: Coopetition and Knowledge Dynamics within and across Firms

by Stavros Sindakis and Panagiotis Theodorou Emerald Publishing Limited
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This book investigates, compares, and contrasts the theoretical and practical elements of business concepts and models that are acclimated to the dynamic changes of our modern era. Furthermore, it describes and analyzes the current cooperative interactions among firms, and evaluates the contribution of knowledge dynamics in coopetition.

Chapter 1: Introduction --áStavros Sindakis and Panagiotis Theodorou

Section A:-áCoopetition, Entrepreneurial Internationalization, and Business Development

Chapter 2: Effectuated Innovation Process in Entrepreneurial Firms: A Conceptual Model --áJacky F. L. Hong and Xi Zhao

Chapter 3: A Time Use Perspective on Entrepreneurial Initiatives in the Multinational Enterprise --áChristopher Williams and Wendelien van Eerde

Chapter 4: Business Model Used in Companies Representing Creative Industries --áMieczys+éaw Morawski

Chapter 5: Entrepreneurial SMEs Surviving in the Era of Globalisation: Critical Success Factors --áHee Song Ng and Daisy Mui Hung Kee

Chapter 6: Hidden Champions from Small Catching up Country: Leveraging Entrepreneurial Orientation, Organizational Capabilities and Global Networks --áMonika Petraite and Vytaute Dlugoborskyte

Chapter 7: Internet of ThingsGÇ¥ Firms and New Patterns of Internationalization --áValerio Veglio

Chapter 8: Coopetition through International Luxury Brand Licensing: Burberry in Japan --áKenichi Ohkita

Section B:-áKnowledge Flows and Coopetitive Entrepreneurship for Organizational Sustainability

Knowledge Dynamics and Flows for Organisational Performance

Chapter 9: Coopetition and Knowledge Dynamics: Knowledge Creation and Management for Growth --áStavros Sindakis, Sakshi Aggarwal and Panagiotis Theodorou

Chapter 10: Managing Coopetition in Knowledge-based Industries --áFr+¬d+¬ric Le Roy, Anne-Sophie Fernandez and Paul Chiambaretto

Chapter 11: Knowledge Dynamics and Resource Efficiency in International Business Relations --áFrancesco Rizzi, Chiara Pellegrini and Niccol+¦ Todaro

Chapter 12: Knowledge Sharing and Knowledge Leakage in Dyadic Coopetitive Alliances involving SMEs --áTatbeeq Raza-Ullah and Jessica Eriksson

Chapter 13: External Knowledge Sources and Knowledge Integration Mechanisms for Organizational Performance: Evidence from Italian SMEs --áDaria Sarti

Coopetitive Entrepreneurship through Innovative and Technological Strategies

Chapter 14: Predicting Strategic Actions Across Industry Sectors: The Role of Intangible Dynamics --áG. Scott Erickson and Helen N. Rothberg

Chapter 15: University-Industry Interface: Open and Dynamic Business Models to Reduce Spin-offs Risk of Failure --áAngelo Corallo, Fabrizio Errico, Laura Fortunato, Maria Elena Latino and Marta Menegoli-á

Chapter 16: From Apps to Start-ups: Success Factors for New Entries in Open Data Ecosystem --áFotis Kitsios and Maria Kamariotou

Chapter 17: Accelerating Innovation in the UAE: The 3i Framework --áAlexandros Papaspyridis and Tatiana Zalan

Chapter 18: Mobile Phone Innovation and Technology-driven Exports in Sub-Saharan Africa --áSimplice A. Asongu

Chapter 19: Digital Food Hubs as Disruptive Business Models Based on Coopetition and GÇ£Shared ValueGÇ¥ for the Sustainability in the Agri-food Sector --áGiaime Berti, Catherine Mulligan and Han Yap

Section C: Politics, Ecology, and Social Scopes on Coopetition and Growth

Chapter 20: World Trade Organisation and Stimulating Innovation: An Outline Approach Towards Growth in the Chinese Market --áPanagiotis Theodorou

Chapter 21: Sustainability and Knowledge Dynamics in Entrepreneurial Growth: Evidence from Internationalizing Finnish SMEs --áLasse Torkkeli, Maria Uzhegova, Hanna Saloj+ñrvi and Sami Saarenketo

Chapter 22: Building Green Growth and Entrepreneurship in the Pacific through Knowledge and Innovation --áEvanthie +£ichalena

Chapter 23: Discussing Practical and Educational Challenges in Teaching Circular Economy --áHelen Kopnina

Chapter 24: Conclusion --áStavros Sindakis and Panagiotis Theodorou

Through 24 chapters, researchers working in various business fields around the world consider theoretical and practical elements of business concepts and models involved in international business and the cooperative interactions among businesses in conjunction with competition. They explore the value of “coopetitionGÇ¥ in entrepreneurial internationalization and business development, the process of knowledge flows, and organizational sustainability for coopetitive entrepreneurship. They address innovation and entrepreneurship, knowledge management and learning, organizational sustainability and growth, politics and regulation, and economic, technological, and social development. They examine whether innovation is different across sectors and disciplines, to discover emerging patterns, factors, triggers, catalysts, and accelerators to innovation and their impact on research, practice, and policy. They discuss the concept of coopetition, the coexistence of both collaborative and competitive forces in interorganizational settings, and a new way of thinking for accelerating the innovation process and generating greater value; the temporal dimension of multinational enterprises; entrepreneurial initiatives and the basic traits of knowledge management in business development; the role of transformational leadership, technicality and entrepreneurship, and innovativeness in going international; knowledge-based entrepreneurship formation; the internationalization process of Internet of Things firms; and coopetitive aspects of international brand licensing. Further chapters cover knowledge flows and dynamics for organizational performance and coopetitive entrepreneurship through innovative and technological strategies, including intangible assets, specific knowledge and knowledge-related assets, interface features, establishing a startup, mobile phone innovation, and digital food hubs as disruptive business models, and a framework involving the World Trade Organization, sustainability, and green growth.