Entrepreneurship Research in Europe: Outcomes and Perspectives
Alain Fayolle, Paula Kyrö, J. M. Ulijn
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 366 pages
In this vital new book, leading international scholars highlight the unique characteristics and rich variety of European research in entrepreneurship. They pursue several different perspectives and focus on the key issues and most significant developments in the field.
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Enterpreneurship Research in Europe Some Key Issues
Method issues in the study of venture startup processes
The entrepreneurial process emergence and evolution of new firms in the knowledgeintensive economy
New firm performance conceptual perspectives
The new paradigm of multipolar competition and its implications for entrepreneurship research in Europe
European Research Methodologies in Entrepreneurship Is There Some Place for Newness and Innovation?
Current state of methodology in entrepreneurship research and some expectations for the future
A chaordic lens for understanding entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship
Enterpreneurship Innovation and Culture as a Set of Interrelated Fields Why the European Context is of Importance
The entrepreneurial and innovative orientation of French German and Dutch engineers the proposal of a European context based upon some empiric...
The strategic spinoff project an opportunity for organizational learning and change
Cultural change from entrepreneurship to intrapreneurship
Gender and sector effects on Finnish rural entrepreneurs culture some educational implications
Factors associated with the performance of UK SMEs are they country specific?
Influences on the growth of Portuguese SMEs
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