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covin

(ˈkʌvɪn)
n
(Law) law a conspiracy between two or more persons to act to the detriment or injury of another
[C14: from Old French; see coven, convene]

Covin

 a number of persons banded together; a combination or union. See also band, confederacy, coven.
Examples: covin of heathen, 1415; of masons and carpenters, 1361; of wicked men, 1374; of witches.
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Knowledge of CE is to some extent fragmented, and despite our expanding awareness of CE (Ireland, Covin & Kuratko, 2009), holistic studies with a focus on the connection between the divided parts may provide ways to assemble the fragments; for this reason, researchers have lately attempted studies of entrepreneurship using a process approach, (e.
Corporate Entrepreneurship provides new business development, new technologies and products, and the entry into new markets, thereby promoting improvements in Organizational Performance (Burgelman, 1983; Covin & Miles, 1999; Stopford & Baden-Fuller, 1994; Hoeltgebaum, Amal & Andersson, 2014a; Hoeltgebaum, Amal & Andersson, 2014b; Urbano & Alvarez ,2014; Gomez & Haro, 2016)).
Over the years some important dimensions of corporate entrepreneurship have been identified, which includes innovativeness, proactiveness, risk-taking, competitive aggressiveness and autonomy and self-renewal (Zahra and Garvis 2000; Lumpkin and Dess 1996; Covin and Miles 1999; Pittaway 2001).
Thirdly, PMS and EO perceive the adoption of entrepreneurial activities as an organizational strategy (Miller, 1983; Covin & Slevin, 1989; Lumpkin & Dess, 1996; Cooke-Davis, Crawford, & Lechler, 2009).
En este sentido, Covin y Slevin (1991) plantean que la efectividad del emprendimiento se mide en el ambito de una firma.
Building on the Austrian view of competition (Schumpeter 1934, 1950), competitive dynamics scholars have defined 'competitive aggressiveness' as the extent to which a firm forcefully takes a large number and a complex repertoire of actions to outperform its competitors in the marketplace (Covin and Covin 1990; Chen and Hambrick 1995; Chen et al.
Covin and Slevin (1991) suggest that starting a business is inherently risky because entrepreneurs pursue risky projects for the chance to achieve high returns from those opportunities.
Trata-se de uma dimensao que assume relevancia no campo do empreendedorismo, na medida em que a construcao de relacionamentos torna-se imprescindivel para o ingresso em novos mercados, para a internacionalizacao dos negocios e, inclusive, para a sustentacao das organizacoes (Basile, 2012; Covin & Miller, 2014; Paiva, Fernandes, & Almeida, 2010).
Covin & Slevin, 1989), Gupta and Dutta's items can derive quantitative information from LTS.
At the same time the study of Covin and Slevin (1991) indicates that aggressive companies when compared with conservative companies, presented higher averages in relation to foreign financing, services, warranties, advertising, innovative marketing, price, product quality, patent and innovative operations.