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Entrepreneurship, people and organisations : frontiers in European…
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'Rather belatedly, researchers and policy makers are coming to recognize the important interplay between different contexts and the variety of manifestations of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial behavior. The editors have brought together an excellent collection. The chapters make a significant contribution to our understanding of the heterogeneity of context in terms of countries, markets, and life-cycle stages - as well as entrepreneurial forms, such as social entrepreneurship, university spin-offs, and intrapreneurship, that also provides a platform for extensive future research.'- Mike Wright, Enterprise Research Centre, Imperial College Business School, London, UKThis book, written by leading scholars, provides stimulating coverage of topical issues in the field of small business and entrepreneurship.Entrepreneurship has already been shown to be a significant source of innovation and economic development, but the variations in the contribution at the individual, organizational, regional and national levels remain relatively unexplored. The types of contributions - behavioural, economic and social - are also relatively new areas for empirical scrutiny and theoretical development. This anthology provides in-depth analyses of entrepreneurship across Europe and demonstrates the importance of context - the geographical, political and socio-economic milieu within which entrepreneurship takes place.
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