Technology entrepreneurship of large state-owned firms in emerging economies
Journal of Global Information Management
Firms in emerging economies face greater resource constraints and higher levels of firm informality than those in developed economies. Particularly, large state-owned firms struggle for survival when encountering intense competition in the changing domestic markets and the global market. Technology entrepreneurship is proved an effective approach for these firms to gain competitive advantages. However, because large firms are less innovative and less adaptable, they often fail in technology entrepreneurship. As such, this article proposes a four-step scheme for large state-owned firms to develop technology entrepreneurship strategies and to implement entrepreneurial activities. A case study of the FAW Group Corporation, a Chinese automobile manufacturer, is conducted to elaborate the proposed scheme.
Ge, Jing; Sun, Hongxia; and Chen, Yong, "Technology entrepreneurship of large state-owned firms in emerging economies" (2020). Business Faculty Publications. 4.