In a recent publication, Nicole Coviello (2015) emphasized the need to re-think existing research on international entrepreneurship and, more specifically, research on born-global firms. She pointed out that the main value of a critical review lies in initiating a new research phase focusing on the development of a more consistent collective research identity for international entrepreneurship through an ongoing process of terminological refinement and clarification. Here, I present my recent interview with Nicole Coviello, which was inspired by her recent publication. It focuses on issues that could be of relevance for new technology firms aiming at an international or global engagement from their very inception.
|Tidsskrift||Technology Innovation Management Review|
|Status||Udgivet - 2017|