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Autor
Tseng Chien-Chi (Morgan State University)
Tytuł
Entrepreneurial Opportunities for Wind-Energy Markets in Three Emerging Economies
Źródło
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), 2014, vol. 10, nr 2, s. 63-88, tab., bibliogr. 72 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Perspectives on Innovations Management - Environmental, Social and Public Sector Innovations
Słowa kluczowe
Energia wiatru, Energia odnawialna, Badanie efektywności, Efektywność gospodarowania, Kraje rozwijające się
Wind energy, Renewable energy, Research efficiency, Business efficiency, Developing countries
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Energia pochodząca z wiatru jest postrzegana jako ważne źródło czystej, odnawialnej energii i realny sposób obniżenia poziomu emisji gazów cieplarnianych. Niniejszy artykuł oferuje przegląd możliwości i wyzwań stojących przed rozwijającymi się rynkami energii z wiatru w Brazylii, Chinach i RPA. Praca przedstawia także konkretne informacje dotyczące systemów kulturowych i prawnych jak również warunków ekonomicznych w tych rozwijających się państwach. Dane pochodzą z Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Banku Światowego, the Global Wind Report oraz innych publicznie dostępnych źródeł. Praca proponuje schemat analityczny do analizy relacji pomiędzy okazjami przedsiębiorczymi firm działających w sektorze energii wiatrowej, a korzyściami, kosztami i ryzykiem typowymi dla danego kraju. Celem badania była prezentacja praktycznego modelu, który porównuje korzyści, koszty oraz czynniki ryzyka, jak również szanse i wyzwania w trzech krajach rozwijających się. Badanie rozpoczyna się od analizy efektywności gospodarek w trzech krajach i podkreślenia znaczenia korzyści, kosztów i czynników ryzyka dla tych państw. Następnie scharakteryzowane zostaną szanse i wyzwania dla trzech wybranych państw. Wreszcie oferujemy wnioski i praktyczne implikacje użyteczne w dalszych badaniach. Badania pozwalają wyciągnąć wnioski, iż Brazylia, Chiny i RPA oferują różne perspektywy rozwoju dla firm z branży energii pochodzącej z wiatru. Poprawa szans dla przedsiębiorców stanowi dobry sposób na pokonanie wyzwań stojących przed rozwojem nowych firm na rynkach państw rozwijających się. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Wind power is currently perceived as an important source of clean renewable energy and a viable way of decreasing the levels of greenhouse gas emissions. This paper gives an overview of the opportunities and challenges for the emerging wind energy markets in Brazil, China, and South Africa. The specific information on cultural and legal system as well as economic condition in these emerging countries is reviewed briefly. The data from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, the World Bank, the Global Wind Report, and other public online sources are applied to this study. A practical framework is constructed to explore the relationships among entrepreneurial opportunities of wind energy businesses and their benefits, costs, and risks in these countries. The purpose of this study is to review a practical model that positions the benefits, costs, and risks as well as opportunities and challenges in the three emerging countries. This study begins by exploring the three selected countries in the efficiency-driven economies. Then, this study attempts to compare the wind energy markets in the three countries and highlighting the importance of benefits, costs, and risks for these emerging markets. Furthermore, the discussions for characteristics of opportunities and challenges are performed for the three selected nations. Finally, conclusions and implications are generated for the further study. From this research, it is concluded that there are different perspectives of wind energy business development in Brazil, China, and South Africa. Also, enhancing entrepreneurial opportunities is a good way to overcome the challenges for new business development in the emerging economic markets. (original abstract)
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