Special issue of European Journal of International Management on:
Value Co-creation in the Course of International Entrepreneurial Opportunity Development
Veland Ramadani, South East European University, Republic of Macedonia
Amir Emami, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Leo Paul Dana, Montpellier Business School, France
Paper Submissions Due: September 1, 2018
Topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- What are the characteristics of innovative ideas in the early stages of international value co-creation’s opportunities?
- What are the characteristics of international entrepreneurs who do value co-creation superior to others?
- How entrepreneurial imagination, affection, and cognition generate value propositions in value co-creation and how they facilitate value co-creation?
- Are there any differences in value co-creation concerning developed, developing, and transition economies? If yes, in what aspects and how?
- In which way the existing theories in management and entrepreneurship such as judgment based view (Foss and Klein, 2012), causation, effectuation, bricolage, resourced-based view etc., contribute to our current understanding in the co-creation of values?
- What factors influence value co-creation in each phase of opportunity development and venture formation (i.e., opportunity recognition, evaluation, exploitation, and venture growth)?
- What would be the business model in co-creation to keep the firm as a viable business for some time?
- What are the characteristics of opportunity construct in realism and idealism traditions when it is viewed in the co-creation approach? E.g., discovery vs. creation views of entrepreneurial opportunities.
- What are the role formal and informal institutions as well as social norms in value co-creation?
- How learning impact value co-creation under the condition of uncertainty?
For the full CfP: European Journal of International Management SI 2017