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Case Studies in International Entrepreneurship: Managing and Financing Ventures in the Global Economy
Walter Kuemmerle Biography
Walter Kuemmerle is an associate professor of business administration at the Harvard Business School, with a joint appointment in the Entrepreneurial Management and Technology & Operations Management faculty groups.

Professor Kuemmerle's research and teaching interests fall within the domain of knowledge and capital management in a global economy. He also studies the factors that induce firms to establish R&D sites in foreign countries.

Professor Kuemmerle holds a Master's degree in Industrial Economics from the Koblenz School of Corporate Management in Germany where he graduated best in his class in 1992. In 1996 he earned a Doctorate in Business Administration with a specialization in strategy and business policy at the Harvard Business School. His thesis, "Home Base and Foreign Direct Investment in R&D," was awarded the George S. Dively Award for the best thesis research proposed in 1995 at the Harvard Business School. Kuemmerle also holds a degree in Commerce from...
McGraw-Hill Irwin
2004-04-16 608 pages ID: 767 Rating: 
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Description: [From Amazon] This casebook helps entrepreneurial managers, and those who finance them, make sensible resource acquisition and investment decisions. One of its primary competitive advantages is the strong international context, as there are many global opportunities for investment and growth. These cases will help future managers and entrepreneurs identify opportunities in a global context. The cases also show how to assess which countries represent the best places to start a business, how to assemble the necessary resources, how to adapt locally and execute for success, and much more.