Transnational entrepreneurship in the context of a globally oriented company located in south-western Poland: A multiscalar approach
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The article focuses on selected aspects of transnational entrepreneurship, understood in terms of actions that go beyond national borders and lead to long-lasting innovations in sociotechnical spaces. These considerations rest on the ethnographic research conducted in years 2013–2016 in a globally oriented company situated in south-western Poland. While exploring the issue, the author moves between diff erent scales of analysis: from the macro-level of the postsocialist state, through the global infrastructure of neoliberal politics, to the specific working environment and the regional context. The adopted strategy of shifting perspectives is applied in order to point to the larger political, historical and economic contexts in which specific places are embedded and which influence the trajectories of lives of employees of global enterprises.
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