The increasing importance inter-firms alliances have on entrepreneurship’s development, even in emerging countries, poses the need to analyse the learning advantages deriving from international networking. The rise of international joint ventures leads to study in depth the influence cross-cultural differences have both on inter-firms co-operation and on knowledge transfer. The aim of this paper is actually to investigate if a linkage between national culture and entrepreneurship exists and how the typology of cultural contexts can affect firms’ propensity to knowledge sharing
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