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Eleanor Hamilton, Helen Fogg, Sarah L. Jack and Fionnuala Schultz

In the 1980s, Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) started teaching entrepreneurship; the first dedicated unit teaching and researching entrepreneurship was established in 1999. Since then the program has grown drastically, and today offers two dedicated entrepreneurship master’s programs, a full undergraduate curriculum, and other related programs. This chapter walks the reader through the evolution and structure of these programs.
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Elias Hadjielias, Eleanor Hamilton and Carole Howorth

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Introduction

Narrative, Gender and Learning in Family Business

Eleanor Hamilton

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Foundations for understanding families in business

Narrative, Gender and Learning in Family Business

Eleanor Hamilton

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Researching family business: towards narrative

Narrative, Gender and Learning in Family Business

Eleanor Hamilton

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Temporality and narrative identity

Narrative, Gender and Learning in Family Business

Eleanor Hamilton

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Gender identities constructed in narratives of family business

Narrative, Gender and Learning in Family Business

Eleanor Hamilton

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Entrepreneurial learning across the generations

Narrative, Gender and Learning in Family Business

Eleanor Hamilton