New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2003. Drawing from contributions by scholars of entrepreneurship from North America, Western Europe and Asia, this text celebrates the vibrancy and interdisciplinarity of entrepreneurship research.
At last, a book that focuses on trendsetting thinking and research in the field of entrepreneurship and sets an agenda for current and future movements in the field. The aim of the book is to advance entrepreneurship research, focussing on the following four key movements: * broad movements within the academic field of entrepreneurship and how to move it further in terms of new frameworks, theories and methodologies * movements in the concept of entrepreneurship through project-based, action-based, enactment based and discourse-based approaches * knowledge-based entrepreneurship and the processes in which the role of universities, new organisations, regions and cities are connected and exemplified * global, ethnic, transformed and new economies and how entrepreneurship contributes to renewing economies and moving beyond just economics to view the effects of entrepreneurship on societies.Students and scholars of entrepreneurship and business administration will find this a clear yet far-reaching account of the movement of entrepreneurship research.
ContentsMoving Concepts Part III: Moving Knowledge Part IV: Moving Economies References Index