Entrepreneurship: Critical Perspectives on Business and Management, Volume 3

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Norris F. Krueger
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Entrepreneurship - 544 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

A conceptual model of entrepreneurship as firm behavior
5
Has firm level analysis reached its limits? Time for a rethink
29
industry strategy and location
53
Introduction to Part 9
81
a critical review
136
theory and evidence
161
Predictors and financial outcomes of corporate
193
PART 10
227
EntrepreneurshipIntrapreneurship
304
Creating corporate entrepreneurship
331
Innovation through intrapreneuring
356
An empirical evaluation of the internal corporate
367
a comparative study
392
a philosophical look at
415
A prospectus on the anthropology of entrepreneurship
438
On the study of social change
462

entrepreneurial management
247
Managing the internal corporate venturing process
265
Developing an intrapreneurial assessment instrument for
289
concepts and contributions
475
Using an ecological perspective to study organizational
505
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