Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research
Edited by David Smallbone, Hans Landström and Dylan Jones-Evans
This state-of-the-art book provides a window on contemporary European entrepreneurship and small business research. The papers selected demonstrate the applied nature of entrepreneurship research as well as the various contributions that entrepreneurship can make to local, regional and national development.
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- Entrepreneurship and Growth in Local, Regional and National Economies Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Regional Innovation, Collective Entrepreneurship and Green Clusters
- Chapter 3: Determinants of Early-Stage Entrepreneurial Activity in European Regions: Distinguishing Low and High Ambition Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 4: Can New Ventures Develop Pioneer Behaviour in Industries with Unfavourable Conditions? The Role of Capabilities
- Chapter 5: Switching from Paid Employment to Entrepreneurship: The Effect on Individuals’ Earnings
- Chapter 6: The Financial Requirements of Early-Stage Entrepreneurs
- Chapter 7: An Examination of the Link between Growth Attitudes and Realized Growth
- Chapter 8: Becoming an Ex-entrepreneur: Firm Performance and the Sell-out or Dissolution Decision
- Chapter 9: The Entrepreneur in ‘Risk Society’: The Personal Consequences of Business Failure
- Chapter 10: The Creation of Higher Education Institutions and Firm Entry: A Policy Evaluation
- Chapter 11: Cooperation with Universities and Research Institutions for Corporate Entrepreneurship Activities: The Influence of the Technology Intensity of the Environment
- Chapter 12: ICT-Related Small Firms with Different Collaborative Network Structures: Different Species or Variations on a Theme?
- Chapter 13: Does Enterprise Discourse Have the Power to Enable or Disable Deprived Communities?
- Chapter 14: Transnationalism, Mixed Embeddedness and Somali Entrepreneurs in Leicester
- Chapter 15: The Emergence of Entrepreneurial Potential in Transition Environments: A Challenge for Entrepreneurship Theory or a Developmental Perspective?
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