Explicating the relationship of entrepreneurial orientation and firm performance: Underlying mechanisms in the context of an emerging market
This research examines the mechanisms through which entrepreneurial orientation (EO) affects firm performance in an emerging market context. We argue that EO drives firms to develop the dynamic capabilities of absorptive capacity (ACAP) and boundary-spanning (BS), and that these capabilities enhance firm performance. Moreover, the effectiveness of these knowledge- and network-based dynamic capabilities in mediating the EO-performance relationship is contingent on the institutional conditions...[Show more]
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