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Introduction

Selected Papers of William B. Gartner

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Did River City Really Need a Boy's Band?

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The Oz in Organization

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"Who is an Entrepreneur?" Is the Wrong Question

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Entrepreneurial Narrative and a Science of the Imagination

Selected Papers of William B. Gartner

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This article is an introduction to a special issue on entrepreneurial narrative that provides theoretical and empirical links between scholarship in narrative and entrepreneurship as well as demonstrates how theories and methods in narrative may be applied to the study entrepreneurship as a phenomenon. A conjecture that narrative perspectives might lead to a "science of the imagination" is offered.

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The limitations of the paradigmatic mode of thought as an approach for describing and understanding the nature of entrepreneurial intentions and actions and their interrelationships with circumstance is explored by showing how the author’s previous empirical scholarship often fails to offer insights into the intention/action/cicumstance condition (IACC) in entrepreneurship. As a way to understand and describe the IACC in entrepreneurship, the rubric 'narrative' is offered as a 'solution.' The author suggests a particular narrative gambit (the 'new path') for studying entrepreneurship.