A Fourth Movements in Entrepreneurship Book
Edited by Daniel Hjorth and Chris Steyaert
This fourth book in the New Movements in Entrepreneurship series focuses on the politics and aesthetics of entrepreneurial processes, in order to shed light on entrepreneurial creation itself.
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- The Politics and Aesthetics of Entrepreneurship A Fourth Movements in Entrepreneurship Book
- Figures and tables
- Foreword and acknowledgements
- Chapter 1: Entrepreneurship as Disruptive Event
- Chapter 2: Freedom, Opportunism and Entrepreneurialism in Post-Bureaucratic Organizations
- Chapter 3: Fostering a Regional Innovation System – Looking into the Power of Policy-making
- Chapter 4: Government Entrepreneurship and the Arts: The Politics of the National Endowment for the Arts
- Chapter 5: Opening the Gates to the Art Firm: The Christos as Entrepreneurs
- Chapter 6: Spaces of Intensity – Urban Entrepreneurship as Redistribution of the Sensible
- Chapter 7: Rekindling the Entrepreneurial Potential of Family Business – A Radical (Old-fashioned) Feminist Proposal
- Chapter 8: Is the Marquis de Sade an Entrepreneur?
- Chapter 9: Playing the Fool? An Aesthetic Performance of an Entrepreneurial Identity
- Chapter 10: Stigmatization and Self-Presentation in Australian Entrepreneurial Identity Formation
- Chapter 11: Metamorphoses in Entrepreneurship Studies: Towards an Affirmative Politics of Entrepreneuring
- Chapter 12: The Entrepreneurial Utopia: Miss Black Rose and the Holy Communion
- Chapter 13: Moving Entrepreneurship: An Incipiency
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