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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Handbook of Research on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
E Chell; M Karatas-Özkan
|ISBN:||9781849809245 1849809240 1849809232 9781849809238 9781306548885 1306548888|
|Description:||1 online resource (448 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Copyright; Contents; Figures; Tables; Contributors; 1. Introduction to the handbook; PART I THEORETICAL FRAMING; 2. Notes towards a theory of entrepreneurial possibility; 3. Buzzwords in business and management studies; 4. Multi-level approaches to entrepreneurship and small business research --
transcending dichotomies with Bourdieu; 5. Theorising entrepreneurship: an institutional theory perspective; PART II METHODOLOGIES, PARADIGMS AND METHODS; 6. Synthesising knowledge in entrepreneurship research --
the role of systematic literature reviews. 7. The Critical Incident Technique: philosophical underpinnings, method and application to a case of small business failure8. Gender, ethnicity and social entrepreneurship: qualitative approaches to the study of entrepreneuring; 9. Mathematics and entrepreneurship research; 10. Predictions of entrepreneurial behavior: a personality approach; PART III DISCIPLINARY APPROACHES TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP; 11. Characteristics and behaviours associated with innovative people in small-and medium-sized enterprises; 12. Behavior of entrepreneurs --
existing research and future directions. 13. Social embeddedness in entrepreneurship research: the importance of context and community14. Human resource management and entrepreneurship: building theory at the intersection; PART IV ENTREPRENEURSHIP, EDUCATION AND LEARNING; 15. Entrepreneurship education: what we know and what we need to know; 16. Research perspectives on learning in small firms; PART V APPLICATIONS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH; 17. Entrepreneurial innovation in science-based firms: the need for an ecosystem perspective; 18. Entrepreneurship in family businesses. 19. Developing entrepreneur networks in the creative industries --
a case study of independent designer fashion in Manchester20. Business ethics and social responsibility in small firms; 21. Social entrepreneurship: looking back, moving ahead; Index.
|Series Title:||Elgar original reference.|
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