Enterprise Support Systems: An International Perspective focuses on the issues surrounding enterprise support systems, giving a comprehensive understanding of how they influence enterprise creation and growth in various nations. Against the background of globalized economy, this collection covers issues pertaining to countries at diverse stages of enterprise development and offers valuable insights into the support needed at these stages.
The chapters in this compilation present a comprehensive theoretical perspective on the formative and the facilitative environments of enterprise creation and development, emphasizing the two-way role of learning and education systems in bringing out a change within these systems. They deal with a range of issues that form the core of enterprise support systems, such as availability of finance, socio-cultural environment, personality dimensions, education systems, enterprise clusters and technology transfer.
The theoretical debates raised by the issues discussed in this book will provide value-addition and solution-oriented tools for researchers, entrepreneurs, financiers, venture capitalists, trainers and educators.