Previous research on the growth of born-global firms has mostly focused on the nature of being and becoming born global but little attention has been paid to the theoretical foundation of the growth of a born-global venture. Drawing on the insights from the Austrian school of economics as a prevalent view of the growth in strategy and entrepreneurship this paper develops and discusses an Austrian view of born global growth. It will be shown that this perspective could advance literature in the international business and in particular adds to and extend the currently limited knowledge on the foundations of the growth of born-global firms.
|Title of host publication||New insights into operating across borders|
|Subtitle of host publication||from traditional to emerging markets : proceedings of the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy 2013|
|Editors||Robert Jack, Lucy Taksa|
|Place of Publication||Sydney|
|Number of pages||25|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|
|Event||Annual Australia & New Zealand International Business Academy Conference - Sydney|
Duration: 18 Apr 2013 → 20 Apr 2013
|Conference||Annual Australia & New Zealand International Business Academy Conference|
|Period||18/04/13 → 20/04/13|
Najmaei, A. (2013). Growth of born-global ventures: an Austrian perspective. In R. Jack, & L. Taksa (Eds.), New insights into operating across borders: from traditional to emerging markets : proceedings of the Australia and New Zealand International Business Academy 2013 (pp. 1-25). Sydney: ANZIBA.