Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research
Edited by Hans Landström, Hans Crijns, Eddy Laveren and David Smallbone
This book provides an invaluable, state-of-the-art overview of current European research in the field of entrepreneurship. It focuses on four themes, each of which illustrates a key dimension in the overall theme: • entrepreneurs and their role in entrepreneurship • entrepreneurship in family businesses • performance of new ventures and • entrepreneurial processes.
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- Entrepreneurship, Sustainable Growth and Performance Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Looking Back at 20 Years of Entrepreneurship Research: What Did We Learn?
- Chapter 3: The Hunt for the Heffalump Continues: Who is the Flemish Entrepreneur?
- Chapter 4: How Do You React to Entrepreneurship Education? An Examination of the Role of Predispositions in an Enactive Mastery Experience of Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 5: Why Do They Use Financial Bootstrapping? A Quantitative Study of New Business Managers
- Chapter 6: Transgenerational Entrepreneurship: Exploring Entrepreneural Orientation in Family Firms
- Chapter 7: Financing and Growth Behaviour of Family Firms: Differences between First- and Next-generation-managed Firms
- Chapter 8: The Link between Family Orientation,Strategy and Innovation in Dutch SBEs: Lagged Effects
- Chapter 9: New Venture Teams: The Relationship between Initial Team Characteristics, Team Processes and Performance
- Chapter 10: Entrepreneurs’ Human Capital and Early Business Performance
- Chapter 11: Direct and Indirect Effects of Entrepreneurial and Market Orientations on the International Performance of Spanish and Belgian International New Ventures
- Chapter 12: Emergency Entrepreneurship: Creative Organizing in the Eye of the Storm
- Chapter 13: On the Role of Academic Staff as Entrepreneurs in University Spin-offs: Case Studies of Biotechnology Firms in Norway
- Chapter 14: Innovation at the Intersection of Market Strategy and Technology: A Study of Digital Marketing Adoption Among SMEs
- Chapter 15: Employment Growth of New Firms
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