Are networks always beneficial? An empirical analysis on the relationship between knowledge intensity and international new venturing

M. Baum, C. Schwens, R. Kabst, in: 2010.

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Baum M, Schwens C, Kabst R. Are networks always beneficial? An empirical analysis on the relationship between knowledge intensity and international new venturing. In: ; 2010.
Baum, M., Schwens, C., & Kabst, R. (2010). Are networks always beneficial? An empirical analysis on the relationship between knowledge intensity and international new venturing.
@inproceedings{Baum_Schwens_Kabst_2010, title={Are networks always beneficial? An empirical analysis on the relationship between knowledge intensity and international new venturing}, author={Baum, M and Schwens, C and Kabst, Rüdiger}, year={2010} }
Baum, M, C Schwens, and Rüdiger Kabst. “Are Networks Always Beneficial? An Empirical Analysis on the Relationship between Knowledge Intensity and International New Venturing,” 2010.
M. Baum, C. Schwens, and R. Kabst, “Are networks always beneficial? An empirical analysis on the relationship between knowledge intensity and international new venturing,” 2010.
Baum, M., et al. Are Networks Always Beneficial? An Empirical Analysis on the Relationship between Knowledge Intensity and International New Venturing. 2010.

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