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Friederike Welter, David Smallbone, Anton Slonimski, Olga Linchevskaya, Anna Pobol and Marina Slonimska

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Hans Crijns, Eddy Laveren, Hans Landström and David Smallbone

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Entrepreneurship, Sustainable Growth and Performance

Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research

Edited by Hans Landström, Hans Crijns, Eddy Laveren and David Smallbone

This book provides an invaluable, state-of-the-art overview of current European research in the field of entrepreneurship. It focuses on four themes, each of which illustrates a key dimension in the overall theme: • entrepreneurs and their role in entrepreneurship • entrepreneurship in family businesses • performance of new ventures and • entrepreneurial processes.
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Edited by Mário Raposo, David Smallbone, Károly Balaton and Lilla Hortoványi

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Edited by Mário Raposo, David Smallbone, Károly Balaton and Lilla Hortoványi

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Mário Raposo, David Smallbone, Károly Balaton and Lilla Hortovanyi

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Edited by Mário Raposo, David Smallbone, Károly Balaton and Lilla Hortoványi

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Entrepreneurship, Growth and Economic Development

Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research

Edited by Mário Raposo, David Smallbone, Károly Balaton and Lilla Hortoványi

This timely book presents contemporary research on the key role of entrepreneurship in firm growth and development strategies. The contributors reveal that a high level of entrepreneurial activity contributes to economic growth, innovative activities, competition, job creation and local development.