Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research
Edited by Luca Iandoli, Hans Landström and Mario Raffa
This book draws together leading academics to provide a state-of-the-art overview of the key challenges to entrepreneurship in Europe.
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- Entrepreneurship, Competitiveness and Local Development Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research
- Introduction: Entrepreneurship, Competitiveness and Local Development
- Chapter 1: Venture Capital Financing and the Growth of New Technology-based Firms: What Comes First?
- Chapter 2: Unemployment in a Model of Entrepreneurship in Belgium: Empirical Evidence from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor
- Chapter 3: Do Entry Barriers, Perceived by SMEs, Affect Real Entry? Some Evidence from the Netherlands
- Chapter 4: Traits Versus Attitudes in Predicting Future Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 5: Prediction or Control? Exploring the Influence of Career Experience and Career Motives on Entrepreneurial Decision Making
- Chapter 6: Start-ups in the Netherlands: A Longitudinal Study on the Factors for Growth
- Chapter 7: A Gender Analysis of the Supply of, and Demand for, New Venture Finance in Ireland
- Chapter 8: Organization Context and Knowledge Management in SMEs: A Study of Dutch Technology-based Firms
- Chapter 9: Refugee Entrepreneurship: The Case of Belgium
- Chapter 10: The Role of Gender for Entrepreneurship in a Transition Context
- Chapter 11: The Impact of the Venture Capitalists’ Service and Monitoring Activities on Control Systems and Performance of Entrepreneurial Firms
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