Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research
Edited by David Smallbone, João Leitão, Mário Raposo and Friederike Welter
This timely book provides a fresh perspective on contemporary research in the field of entrepreneurship and small business, considering both theory and application.
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- The Theory and Practice of Entrepreneurship Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: The Entrepreneurial Climate at Universities: The Impact of Organizational Factors
- Chapter 3: Overcoming Critical Junctures in Spin-off Companies from Non-elite Universities: Evidence from Catalonia
- Chapter 4: Benefiting from Publicly Funded Pre-Competitive Research: Differences between Insiders and Outsiders
- Chapter 5: A Feminist Inquiry into Entrepreneurship Training
- Chapter 6: Knowledge and Experience in the Internationalization of Knowledge-Intensive Firms
- Chapter 7: The Nature of International Relationships and Performance: Policy Implications from the Case of Globally Integrated Small Firms
- Chapter 8: Exploring Entrepreneurial Exits: A Study of Individual Exit Experiences in Finland and the UK
- Chapter 9: The Virtualization Potential of SME Networks: An Exploratory Investigation
- Chapter 10: Knowledge and Organizational Entrepreneurship: A Relational Perspective
- Chapter 11: The Impact of Legitimacy Building Signals on Access to Resources
- Chapter 12: Antecedents of the Entrepreneurial Orientation of the Firm: The Case of St Petersburg, Russia
- Chapter 13: Entrepreneurial Orientation and Performance in Micro-sized Firms: Comparing Agricultural and Non-agricultural Firms
- Chapter 14: Entrepreneurship in Urban and Rural Switzerland: Similar or Worlds Apart?
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