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Title of PhD Research:
Network relationships in international entrepreneurship: A multilevel analysis.
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Short Description of Research Topic:
Loren’s thesis extends knowledge on the relationship between networks and internationalisation for innovative entrepreneurial firms, by exploring the phenomenon at country, industry, and firm levels. Through multilevel analysis, this thesis builds on the network approach to internationalisation, a theoretical cornerstone in the emerging field of international entrepreneurship research.
The integrated findings from this multilevel analysis provide insights into how networks create awareness, pathways, and competencies for internationalisation. In doing so, this thesis extends understanding of the interconnected, complex, and multilevel relationship between networks and internationalisation for innovative entrepreneurial firms.
2008 - 2012
Professor Sylvie Chetty
Dr Ellen Rose
Dr Drew Martin
MBA (International Marketing) Thunderbird School of Global Management, 1991 Arizona
BS (International Marketing) Arizona State University, Arizona 1986
Loren is currently a Marketing lecturer at Massey University.
Chetty, SK and Stangl, LM (2010), Internationalization and Innovation in a Network Relationship Context. European Journal of Marketing, Vol. 44, No 11/12, p. 1725-1743.
Martin, D. And Stangl, L. (forthcoming). "Business-Government Dynamics in the Global Economy." In B.D. Keillor and T.J. Wilkinson (Eds.), Strategic Management in the 21st Century. Praeger: Santa Barbara, CA.
de Bruin, A., and Stangl, L. eds. (2011) Proceedings of the Massey University Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference: Extending Theory, Integrating Practice http://sierc.massey.ac.nz/conference/proceedings/ ISBN 978-0-473-20355-9
de Bruin, A., and Stangl, L. (2011) “Insights on social innovation and entrepreneurship: Toward extending theory, integrating practice” in de Bruin, A., and Stangl, L. eds. Proceedings of the Massey University Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference: Extending Theory, Integrating Practice December1-3, pp. 1-11ISBN 978-0-473-20355-9
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