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Intellectual roots of entrepreneurship research.


Intellectual roots of entrepreneurship research.

Ed by Hans Landstrom and Franz T. Lohrke.

Edward Elgar Publishing


875 pages



The international library of entrepreneurship; 23


This anthology presents 36 previously published articles and excerpts, about half of which are integrative writings pertaining to the evolving context of entrepreneurship research. Topics include empirical analysis, public policy, industry creation, social cognitive theory of self-regulation, planned behavior theory, a conceptual framework for understanding new venture creation, and source of innovation. The second, third, and fourth sections address sources of opportunity and opportunity recognition, evaluation, and exploitation. Sources of the selections include: Journal of Business Venturing, Organization Science, Journal of Political Economy, and Academy of Management Review. Editors Landstrom (business administration, Lund, U., Sweden) and Lohrke (entrepreneurship, management, and marketing, Samford U., US) provide an introductory essay. The volume is not indexed.

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