Small and New Venture Entry into Distant Foreign Markets
Ojala, A., & Oviatt, B. (2010). Small and New Venture Entry into Distant Foreign Markets. In Proceedings of 13th McGill International Entrepreneurship Conference.
Paper presented at the 13th McGill International Entrepreneurship Conference, Montreal, Canada, September 16-18.2010.
ConferenceMcGill International Entrepreneurship Conference (MIE)
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