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Conceptual richness and methodological diversity in entrepreneurship research.


Conceptual richness and methodological diversity in entrepreneurship research.

Alain Fayolle, Paula Kyro, Tonis Mets, and Urve Venesaar.

Edward Elgar


333 pages



European research in entrepreneurship


Fayolle (entrepreneurship, EMYLON Business School, France), Kyro (entrepreneurship education, Aalto School of Business, Finland), Mets (entrepreneurship, U. of Tartu, Estonia), and Venesaar (entrepreneurship, Tallinn U. of Technology, Estonia) present the fifth volume of the "European Research in Entrepreneurship" series, which originates out of the work of the European University Network on Entrepreneurship collaborative research project. The volume highlights European approaches to entrepreneurship research, primarily characterized, the editors write, by conceptual richness and methodological diversity. They have organized the volumes 13 chapters into three sections on: entrepreneurial mindset, culture, and values; entrepreneurship education; and entrepreneurship development.

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