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This study examines the role that social capital plays when partners collectively develop new knowledge to pursue entrepreneurial opportunities. Qualitative data were collected and enabled a deep exploration of the structural, cognitive and relational dimensions of social capital. Findings show...
Companies internationalise as a result of many factors, internal and/or external. The most important internal factor is probably the expertise and the composition of the Top Management Team (TMT), which comprises the executive and the non-executive directors of the firm. Based on the analysis of...
At the policy level, the UK government has developed a number of policies over the years to support competitiveness. These policies are reflected in the objectives and priorities at regional level and they map reasonably with the knowledge economy strategy. In Scotland, a large part of the focus...
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