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Unformatted text preview: Hypothesis identification 1 Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis Justin Grunigen RES342 Mark Talbot University of Phoenix, North Florida Thursday, August 5, 2010 Hypothesis identification 2 Hypothesis Identification Article Analysis This will be an analysis of an article titled Linking globalization of entrepreneurship in small organizations, by Sorino and Dobon (2009). The analysis will consist of three parts. The first part will simply be a summary of the article. The second part will be an explanation of the hypothesis, whether it was rejected or accepted. The third part will focus on the implications of the articles results. This article attempts to link the impact of globalization on small and medium sized enterprises (SME). Sorino and Dobon (2009) write that SME importance and participation in the global trading system has been on the rise since the early 70s. While the traditionally large corporations have had a hard time meeting globalization demands, deregulation and privatization has opened doors for other smaller firms to participate in the production process. has opened doors for other smaller firms to participate in the production process....
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