BORN GLOBAL ORGANIZATION: THE SUCCESSION OF PARADIGMS
Stephane Callens () and
Proceedings of the INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 269-286
Porter's recommendations for competitiveness clusters date back to the 1990s. They are part of an intellectual line that goes back to industrial the districts Marshall. The aim was deepen relation inter-industrial proximity, polarizing relations, the member organizations of competitiveness cluster and not the markets as a whole. In a succession of paradigms, the organization born global brings about a reform the Porter's approach. It introduces the contributions of remoteness, that an Elsewhere facilitating non-conformism, a reduction vulnerability, a construction an international reputation, expansion into new markets and simplicity for broad to access innovation.
Keywords: Fast internationalization; born global; remoteness (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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