University of Oulu

Network considerations for Transnational Entrepreneurship (TE) during business establishment : the case of TE’s in Finland

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Author: Emran, Shah1
Organizations: 1University of Oulu, Oulu Business School, Department of Management and International Business, International Business
Format: ebook
Version: published version
Access: open
Online Access: PDF Full Text (PDF, 1.1 MB)
Pages: 102
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Language: English
Published: Oulu : S. Emran, 2018
Publish Date: 2018-11-08
Thesis type: Master's thesis
Tutor: Mainela, Tuija
Reviewer: Mainela, Tuija
Hermes, Jan
This thesis paper uncovers the valued aspects of considerations for developing the business network by transnational entrepreneurs while they establish their business in countries like Finland. For doing so, this study undergoes a qualitative research model for collecting, constructing, formulation and analyzing empirical data with comparison to the scientific literature review of different business network approaches. This thesis paper provides a comprehensive theoretical base of understanding through carefully selecting critical concepts on entrepreneurship, transnational entrepreneurship, and business network. The author has constructed the literature review by following fundamentals of qualitative research methods of (summarizing, categorizing and structuring) for data collection and analysis of theoretical and empirical data. This study has been constructed by carefully fragmented chapters that would lead through a continuous flow of research steps towards exploring the results. Portraying the actual scenario, the author provides details discussion on the transnational entrepreneurship and its formidable impact over the economy in countries like Finland. Moreover, for analyzing the empirical data, the author has fragmented the whole discussion on the interviews in three phases, so that, the different aspects of network considerations can be well presented, understood and analyzed. The first phase focuses on representing previous experiences, the second phase focuses on the current business establishment process, while the third phase represents the organization’s operational process. The author has considered the four fundamental aspects of the business networks while constructing the analysis on the outcomes. Which consist of the followings, business network as structure, relationship, position, and process. Hence, the outcomes would suggest a scientific guideline from the business network development perspective, for new transnational entrepreneurs in Finland. Off all, this study offers a scientifically structured discussion of the topic by formulating a solid theoretical base followed by high quality and detailed empirical datasets with valued ethical standards.
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