Combining robust narrative with a wide variety of interesting cases, International Entrepreneurship: Starting, Developing, and Managing a Global Venture focuses on the need for every entrepreneur to at least consider entering the global market in todayAs hypercompetitive world. As an ever-growing number of countries become market oriented and developed, the distinction between foreign and domestic markets is becoming less pronounced, and entrepreneurs increasingly need to develop skills to identify opportunities and then manage these opportunities on a global basis. International Entrepreneurship is an ideal resource for students, professors, government officials, and practitioners throughout the world who are interested in this vital, growing area. Key Features Includes chapter-opening international scenarios that feature a global entrepreneur or a global entrepreneurial venture to set the scene for the issues that follow Demonstrates global entrepreneurial issues through real-life cases from countries throughout the world Draws content from a wide variety of disciplines, including anthropology, economics, geography, history, jurisprudence, and language Includes chapter-ending class exercises, discussion questions, and suggestions for additional reading to provide readers with hands-on learning opportunities and avenues for future research Helpful Teaching Ancillaries Instructor Resources are available on a password-protected website at http://www.sagepub.com/hisrichinstr. These resources include chapter outlines, end of chapter discussions, chapter exercises, and teaching notes. International Entrepreneurship is appropriate as a core text for courses such as Global Entrepreneurship or International Entrepreneurship or as a supplement in upper-level undergraduate and MBA courses in Entrepreneurship, New Venture Management, and Entrepreneurship Strategy. In addition, it can be used as an ancillary text in International Business and International Management courses.Starting, Developing, and Managing a Global Venture Robert D. Hisrich ... In the European Union, patent protection is not extended to software (Pike, 2005). In China, for example, patent applications are filed with the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) in Beijing. ... Amazon.com owns a business method patent for the single clicking feature used by a buyer on its Web site to order products.
|Author||:||Robert D. Hisrich|
|Publisher||:||SAGE Publications Inc - 2010|