Wpływ szybkości internacjonalizacji i kapitału zagranicznego na intensywność eksportu: przypadek startupów międzynarodowych


Abstract

Cel artykułu: Głównym celem artykułu jest zaprezentowanie wyników badań nad startupami międzynarodowymi, z uwzględnieniem znaczenia szybkości internacjonalizacji oraz kapitału zagranicznego w wyjaśnianiu intensywności ich eksportu na przykładzie krajów Grupy Wyszehradzkiej.

Metodyka badań: Artykuł, oprócz krytycznego przeglądu literatury, opiera się na danych zebranych w ramach badania BEEPS, które zostało przeprowadzone wśród przedsiębiorstw zlokalizowanych w krajach post-komunistycznych w Europie i Azji Środkowej. Po przeprowadzeniu odpowiedniej selekcji wybrano ostatecznie 158 startupów międzynarodowych pochodzących z Polski, Czech, Słowacji i Węgier. W badaniu sprawdzono istnienie zależności pomiędzy intensywnością eksportu startupu międzynarodowego a szybkością jego internacjonalizacji. Ponadto, zbadano również wpływ kapitału zagranicznego na intensywność eksportu startupu międzynarodowego.

Wyniki: Umiędzynarodowienie startupów przebiega szybko. Wyniki badania pokazują, że udział kapitału zagranicznego w strukturze właścicielskiej startupu ma duże znaczenie, gdyż przyczynia się do zwiększenia intensywności jego eksportu.

Wkład i wartość dodana: Artykuł ma na celu wzbogacenie trwającego dyskursu naukowego na temat roli kapitału zagranicznego i szybkości internacjonalizacji w startupach międzynarodowych.


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Published : 2019-12-04


BigosK. (2019). Wpływ szybkości internacjonalizacji i kapitału zagranicznego na intensywność eksportu: przypadek startupów międzynarodowych. International Entrepreneurship Review, 5(1), 9-21. https://doi.org/10.15678/IER.2019.0501.01

Krystian Bigos  bigosk@uek.krakow.pl
Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie  Poland
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-6030-4119

Asystent w Katedrze Handlu Zagranicznego Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Krakowie. Jego zainteresowania koncentrują się wokół przedsiębiorczości międzynarodowej.






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