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"Bundling the Contracts: TA-Energy"

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"Bundling the Contracts: TA-Energy"

Harvard Business School Case

Paper 9-807-075, Harvard Business School

December 1, 2006

Authors: William Kerr, Ant Bozkaya, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 20082009; Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program, 20052009; Dubai Initiative, 20072008

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OVERVIEW

Stimulates discussion of entrepreneurship in emerging economies, especially for entrepreneurs returning to their home countries to start businesses with global technologies and partners. Focuses on the partnership tensions between global firms and local family-dominated conglomerates. Addresses new venture financing in an asset-intensive business through the assembly of strategic contracts. More broadly, highlights the opportunities and challenges for returnee entrepreneurs. Designed for entrepreneurial and international business courses.

 

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For Academic Citation:

Kerr, William and Ant Bozkaya. "Bundling the Contracts: TA-Energy." Paper, Harvard Business School, December 1, 2006.

Document Length: 23 pp.

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