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Edited by Päivi Eriksson, Ulla Hytti, Katri Komulainen, Tero Montonen and Päivi Siivonen

Focusing on academic entrepreneurship in the university context, the authors explore how researchers, teachers, students, academic managers and administrators make sense of entrepreneurship and of the paradoxes and contradictions involved. The book investigates how these diverse entrepreneurial actors and their stakeholders interpret and analyse entrepreneurial activities within the university ecosystem.
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Edited by Päivi Eriksson, Ulla Hytti, Katri Komulainen, Tero Montonen and Päivi Siivonen

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Hamid Etemad, Natasha Evers and Sören Kock

This volume follows the same objectives as earlier volumes in the McGill International Entrepreneurship Series. The main objective of this edited volume is to provide cutting-edge material from different scholarly perspectives and to stimulate our thoughts and motivate our scholarly curiosity to see what is awaiting us over the uncertain horizons. The chapters included in the volume are based on research papers that were prepared and accepted for presentation in the McGill International Entrepreneurship conference, before being selected for inclusion in the book. Every single chapter was reviewed and revised at least twice and then edited. This book contains three related parts. Part I provides conceptual and theoretical content to provide a structure through a few frameworks to support the next two parts. Part II presents some specific applications of the structural chapters from Part I, with Part III drawing our attention to case studies of born global firms engaging in rapid internationalization across traditional and digital contexts.

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Edited by Hamid Etemad, Natasha Evers and Sören Kock

Providing cutting-edge material from a range of perspectives on entrepreneurial internationalization, this insightful book develops contemporary business concepts and business models to engage with a rapidly changing and diversifying world economy. Chapters build a conceptual and theoretical illustration of the field, providing key frameworks for the analysis of entrepreneurial internationalization, including insights into strategy and organization, as well as fundraising strategies for early internationalizing startups. 
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Hamid Etemad, Natasha Evers and Sören Kock

In the seventh volume of the McGill International Entrepreneurship Series published by Edward Elgar Publishing, chapter one sets out the background and origins of the series. The editors further outline the aims and structure of the volume and the progression of chapters in the volume. The main themes across the chapters are briefly presented. Insights and points of interest are captured relevant to international entrepreneurship as well as some of the key challenges confronting international entrepreneurs in their normal environment and the newly imposed conditions of the global corona virus pandemic.

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An Alternative Approach to Family Business

A Theory of Socio-Material Weaving

Mona Ericson

This insightful and innovative book proposes a new theory of socio-material weaving for studying and understanding family business. It dissolves the family business into activities, constituted of the sociality of human interactions and relations and interwoven with materials that extend in both a bodily-lived and spatial existential sense.
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Mona Ericson

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Hadassah Froman

There is no point in writing a separate abstract to each of these chapters, as each of them contains a life story of a peace entrepreneur. The following is a general abstract fitting to all of these chapters. Chapters 1-11 contain life stories of peace entrepreneurs in Israel and Palestine. The narrators share how they became peace entrepreneurs, the initiative they founded and their activities towards peace, and how they sustain hope in the face of the ongoing conflict.

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Amalya Oliver-Lumerman, Tammar B. Zilber, Haneen S. Magadlah, Tammy Rubel-Lifschitz and Yosepha Tabib-Calif

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Yitzhak Frankenthal

There is no point in writing a separate abstract to each of these chapters, as each of them contains a life story of a peace entrepreneur. The following is a general abstract fitting to all of these chapters. Chapters 1-11 contain life stories of peace entrepreneurs in Israel and Palestine. The narrators share how they became peace entrepreneurs, the initiative they founded and their activities towards peace, and how they sustain hope in the face of the ongoing conflict.