Conceptual richness and methodological diversity in entrepreneurship research

pt. I. Entrepreneurial mindset, culture and values -- pt. II. Entrepreneurship education -- pt. III. Entrepreneurship development -- pt. IV. Conclusion : opening new doors and offering original perspectives in entrepreneurship research

Main Author: Fayolle, Alain
Corporate Author: Edward Elgar Publishing
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Cheltenham Edward Elgar Pub. Ltd 2013
Series:European research in entrepreneurship
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Summary:pt. I. Entrepreneurial mindset, culture and values -- pt. II. Entrepreneurship education -- pt. III. Entrepreneurship development -- pt. IV. Conclusion : opening new doors and offering original perspectives in entrepreneurship research
'I can confidently say that I believe the chapters published in this volume are addressing interesting questions that we should care about. I can only applaud the series editors for their initiative, effort and time in producing yet another exceptional volume.' - Helle Neergaard, Aarhus University, Denmark. This important book identifies the current developments within entrepreneurship that are characterized by conceptual richness and methodological diversity. It presents the latest developments of topics such as the entrepreneurial mindset, culture and values as well as advances in entrepreneurship education and development. The contributors open the field for methodological renewal by introducing the current state of and opportunities for explorative research in entrepreneurship. Researchers, practitioners and policymakers will find the research in this book both innovative and refreshing, which will be particularly useful for those looking to renew their practices. It will also provide academics with some new ideas to adopt in their teaching and research in order to help their students to acquire entrepreneurial competences
Physical Description:x, 333 p ill
ISBN:9781782547310
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