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This comprehensive Research Handbook provides insights into entrepreneurship across a range of country contexts, migration corridors and national policies to provide a collection of conceptual, empirical and policy-focused findings addressing transnational diaspora entrepreneurship. Chapters illustrate the phenomenon, considering what it is, how it works and how it is regulated.
Building on the current structural focus of the family firm discipline, this Concise Introduction provides a function-based, processual approach to the area. It rethinks the nature of the family firm, advancing a deeper understanding of its internal dynamics. Ramona Kay Zachary, Sharon M. Danes and Elisa Balabram offer comprehensive theories of the family firm, the best methods of investigation, and the relationships among the owning family, its business as well as how these are interconnected.
How can entrepreneurial thinking be applied to ventures in the arts? What strategies can artists employ to build viable professional careers? How can sustainable and thriving arts organizations be created? Merging the worlds of business and the arts, this engaging book of case studies of individuals and organizations, written by experts spanning a broad range of fields within the arts, offers insight into answering these key questions.
This comprehensive Research Handbook offers new insights into how family businesses use entrepreneurship and innovation to address global challenges and ensure their survival and growth across generations.
While much has been written about the U.S. Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program from both an institutional and a policy perspective, there remains a conspicuous void of general information about firms and research projects that are funded through the program. Providing a multi-dimensional picture of such firms and their projects, this incisive book is designed to help the reader understand in more depth the social benefits associated with the SBIR program.
How are digital technologies changing the creation of new ventures? What are the critical skills for entrepreneurs in the digital age? How does digitalization change product design and communication with customers? How can small businesses in non-digital industries overcome the digital divide? This book helps answer these questions through real-world case studies and lessons learnt from the perspectives of real entrepreneurs in various industries, countries and types of business.
The Handbook of Research on Artificial Intelligence, Innovation and Entrepreneurship focuses on theories, policies, practices, and politics of technology innovation and entrepreneurship based on Artificial Intelligence (AI). It examines when, where, how, and why AI triggers, catalyzes, and accelerates the development, exploration, exploitation, and invention feeding into entrepreneurial actions that result in innovation success.
Bringing together scholars from around the world, this book provides extensive coverage of the academic literature and research on women’s entrepreneurship policy.
If you are looking for the intersection of past practices, current thinking, and future insights into the ever-expanding world of entrepreneurship education, then you will want to read and explore the fifth edition of the Annals of Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy. Prepared under the auspices of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), this edited volume covers a broad range of scholarly, practical, and thoughtful perspectives on a compelling range of entrepreneurship education issues.
The expert contributors to this insightful book explore the latest research on women’s emancipation through entrepreneurship, specifically in relation to families and family businesses.