Perspectives & Cases
By Paul Westhead, et al.
Distributed by Trans-Atlantic Publications Inc.
$110.00 Paper Original
Entrepreneurship is a hot topic, yet there is no agreed definition of entrepreneurship. There is even debate about whether entrepreneurship can be taught!
This text and case study collection is designed to stimulate critical thinking and reflective learning relating to entrepreneurship. This book enables you to focus on the key issues that need to be considered with regard to new ventures and/or a business plan module, as well as courses on theory and policy relating to entrepreneurship and small businesses.
Chapter 1 Introduction: Context Issues and Case Study Selection
Chapter 2 Contributions of Entrepreneurial Firms
Chapter 3 Theoretical Insights: Economic Approaches
Chapter 4 Theoretical Insights: Sociological and Psychological Approaches
Chapter 5 ‘Types’ of Entrepreneurs I: Habitual Entrepreneurs
Chapter 6 ‘Types’ of Entrepreneurs II: High Technology and Academic Entrepreneurs
Chapter 7 ‘Types’ of Organizations I: Family Firms
Chapter 8 ‘Types’ of Organizations II: Corporate Entrepreneurship
Chapter 9 ‘Types’ of Organizations III: Management Buy-Outs
Chapter 10 ‘Types’ of Organizations IV: Social Entrepreneurship
Chapter 11 External Environmental Context for Enterprise
Chapter 12 Entrepreneurial Finance
Chapter 13 International Entrepreneurship
Chapter 14 Venture Development and Performance
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