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International Startups from Poland: Born Global or Born Regional?

., Sasi, V. and Darling, J. (2004). Finance strategies of rapidly-growing Finnish SMEs: Born Internationals and Born Globals. European Business Review , 16 (6): 590–604, https://doi.org/10.1108/09555340410565413 Glaister, A.J., Liu, Y., Sahadev, S. and Gomes, E. (2014). Externalizing, Internalizing and Fostering Commitment: The Case of Born-Global Firms in Emerging Economies. Management International Review , 54 (4): 473–496, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11575-014-0215-6 Głodowska, A., Maciejewski, M. and Wach, K. (2019). How Entrepreneurial Orientation

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Individual-Level Determinants of International Orientation of a Firm: A Study Based on Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Data

-ups Compete Globally. Journal of Strategic Change, Vol.1. Kelley, D.J., Singer, S. & Herrington, M.D. (2012). The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor: 2011 Global Report. Babson Park/Santiago/Kuala Lumpur/London: Global Entrepreneurship Research Association. Knight, G.A., Cavusgil, S.T. (1996). The Born Global Firm: A Challenge to Traditional Internationalization Theory, in: S.T. Cavusgil, T.Madsen (eds.), Advances in International Marketing. Kundu, S.K., Katz, J.A. (2003). Born-international SMEs: Bi-level Impacts

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Double Jeopardy: How Refugees Fare in One European Labor Market

Refugees into Belgium. Economic Review (i), 43-61. Burggraeve K. Piton C. 2016 The Economic Consequences of the Flow of Refugees into Belgium Economic Review i 43 61 Carpentier, S.; K. Neels; K. Van den Bosch (2017): Exit from and Re-Entry into Social Assistance Benefit in Belgium among People with Migration Background and the Native-Born. International Journal of Social Welfare 26(4), 366-383. Carpentier S. Neels K. Van den Bosch K. 2017 Exit from and Re-Entry into Social Assistance Benefit in Belgium among People with Migration

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