Besides a number of comprehensive reviews of the entrepreneurship ﬁeld, a variety of multidisciplinary perspectives for observing, studying, and understanding entrepreneurship has yielded a large number of views on the nature of the entrepreneurship scholarship. Many of these scholars argue that this growing body of entrepreneurship research is not well synthesized and many research ﬁndings appear to be in disagreement with each other.
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