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 the tourism sector of Poland and Spain. The issue starts with a paper written by Dobrochna Augustyniak, entitled “Sources of Value Creation in Born Global Companies”, which concerns phenomenon of the rapid internationalization of small and medium size companies. The author aims at developing a theoretical framework to analyze the sources of value creation in the business models of newly established global companies. Such a framework provides a starting point, particularly for those readers who are interested in the empirical analysis of globally operating SMEs. The

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