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Entrepreneurial Teams and New Business Creation

Entrepreneurial Teams and New Business Creation

Elgar Research Reviews in Business

Mike Wright and Iris Vanaelst

There is a growing interest in the diversity and complexity of entrepreneurial teams because of their potential to shape new business growth. In particular, curiosity is focused on how entrepreneurial teams should be formed in order to allow new businesses to be created and therefore ensure their growth. This timely research review identifies leading contributions in this developing area and reflects a growing body of research.

About this Research Review

Mike Wright and Iris Vanaelst

Subjects: business and management, entrepreneurship

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