Journal of Small Business Management

Articles from Vol. 49, No. 4, October

Cognitive and Information-Based Capabilities in the Internationalization of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: The Case of Croatian Exporters
The purpose of this study was to explore the impact of information and cognitive-based capabilities on the international performance as the main rationale behind successful internationalization. The study was conducted on a sample of 125 Croatian exporting...
Competitive Actions of Small Firms in a Declining Market
Small firms, through their flexibility advantages and closeness to customers, potentially can increase their sales volume in economic downturns. The decline in U.S. housing construction (beginning in 2006) provided an opportunity to develop and test...
Doing More with Less: The Disordinal Implications of Firm Age for Leveraging Capabilities for Innovation Activity
Doing More with Less: The Disordinal Implications of Firm Age for Leveraging Capabilities for Innovation Activity * Innovation requires the entrepreneurial capabilities of opportunity recognition and opportunity exploitation. Such capabilities generally...
Entrepreneurial Orientation and Firm Performance in New Ventures and Established Firms
Lots of studies suggest a positive relationship between entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and firm performance; however, the empirical findings are inconclusive. There are two explanations for the contradictory results: the performance implication of...
Firm Size and the Nature of International Relationships: The Case of Globally Integrated Small Firms
During the past quarter of a century or so there was a marked increase in the number of studies exploring the internationalization of the small firm. Ihe basic premise of this body of literature was that the size of the firm mattered in the process...
How Effective Is Government Support for Korean Women Entrepreneurs in Small and Medium Enterprises?
How Effective Is Government Support for Korean Women Entrepreneurs in Small and Medium Enterprises? (*) Women entrepreneurs are not as involved in economic activities as should he expected, despite the growing number of women entrepreneurs and increased...
The Impact of Relational Capital on the Success of New Business Start-Ups
This study seeks to highlight the key role played by relational capital in new business start-ups. Following a review of previous research examining the success factors of new ventures and the role played by intellectual capital, our study sets out...
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