A Third Movements in Entrepreneurship Book
Edited by Chris Steyaert and Daniel Hjorth
This book – the third in the Movements in Entrepreneurship series – examines entrepreneurship as a societal phenomenon. It provides an in-depth study of the social aspects of entrepreneurship, illustrating how entrepreneurship affects society. The need to move beyond economy to disclose entrepreneurship in its societal forms is demonstrated, as is the relevance of our understanding of entrepreneurship as a societal phenomenon.
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- Entrepreneurship as Social Change A Third Movements in Entrepreneurship Book
- List of figures
- List of tables
- List of contributors
- Foreword and acknowlegements
- Introduction: What is Social in Social Entrepreneurship?
- Chapter 1: Social Entrepreneurship: The View of the Young Schumpeter
- Chapter 2: The Practice of Social Entrepreneurship: Notes Toward a Resource-Perspective
- Chapter 3: Communities in the Global Economy: Where Social and Indigenous Entrepreneurship Meet
- Chapter 4: Location and Relocation, Visions and Revisions: Opportunities for Social Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 5: Public Entrepreneurship: Moving from Social/Consumer to Public/Citizen
- Chapter 6: The Rhetoric of Social Entrepreneurship: Paralogy and New Language Games in Academic Discourse
- Chapter 7: Entrepreneurship, Shifting Life Orientations and Social Change in the Countryside
- Chapter 8: Women, Mother Earth and the Business of Living
- Chapter 9: The Dynamics of Community Identity Making in an Industrial District: The Spirit of Gnosjö Revisited
- Chapter 10: Entrepreneurship as Boundary Work: Deviating from and Belonging to Community
- Chapter 11: Discursive Diversity in Fashioning Entrepreneurial Identity
- Chapter 12: City of Enterprise, City as Prey? On Urban Entrepreneurial Spaces
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