Entrepreneurship: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, Volume 2

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Norris F. Krueger
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Entrepreneurship - 472 pages
This new collection provides a much needed retrospective view of the key academic work published in this area. The papers here highlight the importance of studying entrepreneurship from a wide range of perspectives, including research that derives from economics, history, sociology, psychology and from different business disciplinary bases such as marketing, finance and strategy. The overall focus in this set is on "entrepreneurial" activity, rather than specifically small or family-owned business and favours research articles over those that deal purely with practice.

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Contents

The impact of SBDC consulting activities
3
Commercializing technology through new business incubators
9
Venture capitals role in financing innovation for economic growth
20
Introduction to The Social Entrepreneurship of Change
40
Entrepreneurship as a significant factor in societal quality of life
48
Introduction to Part 4
67
Cultural factors in economic growth
83
The future of entrepreneurial research
97
Personal and extended networks are central to
217
Individual entrepreneurs psychology
247
The psychology of the entrepreneur
260
The operation of entrepreneurial intentions
292
ability need and opportunity
303
the psychology of new venture creation
334
an exploratory study
362
A longitudinal study of cognitive factors influencing startup
369

The English summary of Dahméns dissertation of 1950
122
PART 5
139
Who is an entrepreneur? Is the wrong question
153
Who is an entrepreneur? Is a question worth asking
178
The role of the founder in creating organizational culture
198
Introduction to Part 7
399
a contemporary
419
Toward a theory of international new ventures
425
The role of incubator organizations in the founding
446
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