Entrepreneurship in the network economy

Hugo Velthuijsen, Frank Jan de Graaf

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The network economy typically signifies a notion from the information society where new products and services are developed by collaborating individuals and/or businesses organised in virtual networks. The network economy has important characteristics in common with Northern European governance models, which suggests a direction for developing workable governance models for businesses engaging in network economy activities. This resemblance presents a unique perspective on global economic development. Innovation can and should be combined with high ethical, social and environmental standards. This is illustrated by empirical data on Hidden Champions in Europe: middlesized companies that are dominant in their specific market niches. We suggest that the rise of the network economy could have far-reaching consequences for the way businesses should be organised and managed.
Originele taal-2English
TitelEnterprise grows in sustaining efficiency and effectiveness
SubtitelConference proceedings of 2009 International SME Development Forum
RedacteurenHenry Zhang, Ruimei Zhao
Plaats van productieMarrickville
UitgeverijOrient Academic Forum
Pagina's629-636
Aantal pagina's8
ISBN van geprinte versie9780980605785
StatusPublished - okt 2009
Evenement2009 International SME Development Forum - Beijing Union University, Beijing, China
Duur: 1 okt 2009 → …

Conference

Conference2009 International SME Development Forum
LandChina
StadBeijing
Periode1/10/09 → …

Keywords

  • netwerken
  • informatiemaatschappij
  • bestuurlijke organisatie
  • ondernemingen

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Velthuijsen, H., & de Graaf, F. J. (2009). Entrepreneurship in the network economy. In H. Zhang, & R. Zhao (editors), Enterprise grows in sustaining efficiency and effectiveness: Conference proceedings of 2009 International SME Development Forum (blz. 629-636). Marrickville: Orient Academic Forum.
Velthuijsen, Hugo ; de Graaf, Frank Jan. / Entrepreneurship in the network economy. Enterprise grows in sustaining efficiency and effectiveness: Conference proceedings of 2009 International SME Development Forum. redacteur / Henry Zhang ; Ruimei Zhao. Marrickville : Orient Academic Forum, 2009. blz. 629-636
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Velthuijsen, H & de Graaf, FJ 2009, Entrepreneurship in the network economy. in H Zhang & R Zhao (redactie), Enterprise grows in sustaining efficiency and effectiveness: Conference proceedings of 2009 International SME Development Forum. Orient Academic Forum, Marrickville, blz. 629-636, 2009 International SME Development Forum, Beijing, China, 1/10/09.

Entrepreneurship in the network economy. / Velthuijsen, Hugo; de Graaf, Frank Jan.

Enterprise grows in sustaining efficiency and effectiveness: Conference proceedings of 2009 International SME Development Forum. redactie / Henry Zhang; Ruimei Zhao. Marrickville : Orient Academic Forum, 2009. blz. 629-636.

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