Using Domain Redefinition to explain Born Global Firms’ Behaviour

Authors

  • Margaret Robb Ulster University
  • Dr. Ulster University
  • Professor
  • Dr. Ulster University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34190/eckm.23.2.678

Abstract

Many academics cite research gaps in the literature concerning the strategies used by Born Global (BG) organisations to enable competitive advantage and business continuance. (Andersson et al 2020; Eggers et al, 2020; Ibeh et al, 2019; Oyna and Alon, 2018).

For the purposes of this paper, the definition of the Born Global is taken from Gabrielsson et al, (2008): “the organisation should be an independent small or medium sized business, have a global vision from inception and demonstrate  internationalisation with precocity and speed”.

Purpose

This paper investigates Domain Redefinition (DR) a component of Corporate Entrepreneurship (CE),  as a viable construct to explain competitive advantage and business sustainment in Born Global Firms (BG).

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Published

2022-08-25