CONTEMPORARY ENTREPRENEURSHIP

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Contemporary Entrepreneurship

Author : Dieter Bögenhold
ISBN : 9783319281346
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book presents the current state-of-the-art in all major and upcoming areas of entrepreneurship research. Thousands of scholars around the world are currently working to broaden our understanding of the entrepreneurial phenomenon. The disciplines involved are numerous, as are the topics of interest, with substantial efforts to enhance the existing knowledge. This book is specifically designed to facilitate high-level, high-intensity discussions and fruitful exchanges between scholars involved in entrepreneurship research. The articles address a variety of topics ranging from self-employment, technology, growth patterns and job creation, and success and failure rates, to historical, conceptual and comparative international approaches. “This book takes entrepreneurship beyond the individual, size of the venture, entrepreneurial personality, and looks at entrepreneurship as a long term complex process that is heterogeneous, content dependent with an emphasis on innovation and growth. A must read for individuals interested in entrepreneurship, today and in the future, on a domestic and global basis.” – Robert D. Hisrich, Director – Walker Center and Garvin Professor of Global Entrepreneurship, Thunderbird School of Global Management “Entrepreneurship is perhaps not just the most multifaceted but also the most important concept of the modern socio-economic disciplines. This book makes an invaluable contribution in this fascinating area: it presents a multifaceted socio-economic examination of the impact of entrepreneurship for growth.” – Roy Thurik, Erasmus School of Economics in Rotterdam and Montpellier Business School
Category: Business & Economics

Contemporary Entrepreneurship

Author : Jerry W. Moorman
ISBN : 0538712627
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This is an easy-to-use, business and marketing comprehensive learning tool. The text and supplements examine the major steps involved in starting a new business--marketing, finance and management.
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Systemic Entrepreneurship

Author : Gideon Maas
ISBN : 9781137509802
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 90.17 MB
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Systemic Entrepreneurship focuses on creating an awareness of systemic entrepreneurship and illustrates the fact that one needs to approach entrepreneurial support activities from many different angles.
Category: Business & Economics

Entrepreneurship Education

Author : Paul Jones
ISBN : 9781787142817
Genre : Entrepreneurship
File Size : 42.42 MB
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Policymakers consider enterprise education, and the skills it develops, as increasing student's employability skills. This book delivers further insight to validate this. Authors provide evidence to inform the entrepreneurial education discipline in terms of best practice, success stories and identify its future direction for key stakeholders.
Category: Entrepreneurship

New Perspectives On Research Policy Practice In Public Entrepreneurship

Author : Joyce Liddle
ISBN : 9781785608209
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 86.62 MB
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Innovation is embedded into daily routines, public service activities, and interactions with non-state actors, making it difficult to uncover excellent practices, but these chapters illustrate how innovative and entrepreneurial actors can be. Scholars have contributed ample evidence of flourishing innovation and enterprise in this important field.
Category: Business & Economics

Social And Sustainable Enterprise

Author : Sarah Underwood
ISBN : 9781781902554
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 55.90 MB
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With current environmental, social and financial challenges facing society and the economy, there has been a rapid growth in interest in the role of social and sustainable enterprise. This volume seeks to draw together contemporary entrepreneurial research which addresses social and environmental issues.
Category: Business & Economics

Reverse Migration In Contemporary China

Author : Huiyao Wang
ISBN : 9781137450609
Genre : Social Science
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The authors investigate the phenomenon of highly skilled Chinese returnees and their impact on the development of the Chinese economy and society, and on the transformation of China into a key player on the global stage. They analyse the reasons why Chinese entrepreneurs choose to return to their native country and how their overseas experience shapes their attitude and behaviours. This study is solidly grounded on fresh data from online and offline surveys and on evidence collected in over 200 interviews of successful returnees entrepreneurs. These global Chinese returnees have contributed to the rise of Chinese economy into a global powerhouse and this continuing brain movement and circulation will have much more future implications and impact for China's exchange with outside world.
Category: Social Science

Contemporary Entrepreneurs

Author : Craig E. Aronoff
ISBN : UOM:49015002090315
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Contemporary Shamanisms In Norway

Author : Trude Fonneland
ISBN : 9780190699222
Genre : Social Science
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One of the fastest growing religious movements in the Western world, neo-shamanism embraces notions and techniques borrowed from various tribal peoples and adapted to the life of contemporary urban dwellers. Until the twenty-first century, the neo-shamanism found in northern Europe differed little from neo-shamanism elsewhere in the Western world. In the new millennium, a Sámi and Nordic version of neo-shamanism came into being, along with a new focus on the uniqueness of the arctic north, expressed through New Age courses and events. The Norwegian New Age scene is increasingly overrun with Sámi and Nordic shamans, symbols, and traditions. Contemporary Shamanisms in Norway examines the construction of this Sámi neo-shamanistic movement and argues that it fits into the broader ethno-political search for a Sami identity. Drawing on ten years of ethnographic research, Trude Fonneland highlights the values important to neo-shamans' self-development and their marketing of shamanistic products and services. She explores Sáami and Nordic neo-shamans' promotion of Arctic nature, their negotiations of gender in neo-shamanism, and their ritual inventions. Focusing on contemporary shamanism in Norway and Nordic contexts, Fonneland argues that the spiritual quest in Nordic countries has developed surprising and innovative forms of spirituality that call for a reevaluation of the relationship between religion and the secular world.
Category: Social Science

Enterprising Places

Author : Colette Henry
ISBN : 9781783506415
Genre : Business & Economics
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Global economic shocks, rising demands for welfare services and public sector austerity measures are signifiers of the processes that have heightened public policy imperatives associated with 'enabling enterprise'. The book contributes to the 'messy' leadership and networked governance efforts of performing entrepreneurial synergies in place.
Category: Business & Economics