Empirical entrepreneurship in Europe

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Michael Joseph Dowling, J_rgen Schmude
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 235 pages
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Brings together contributors from different disciplinary backgrounds within the business field to employ various methodologies to study the phenomenon of entrepreneurship. Presenting empirical research on myriad entrepreneurship topics in Europe, this vol
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Transitions from Paid Employment into Entrepreneurship An Empirical Study
10
Accurate Portrayal or Lazy Stereotype? The Changing Nature of the Asian Business Sector in the UK
31
Personal and Organizational Success Factors of Women SMEs in Russia
45
Entrepreneur ship Only a Few are Chosen but Some are Even Chosen Twice
71
Productive Unproductive and Destructive Entrepreneurship in an Advanced Transition Setting The Example of Latvian Small Enterprises
87
Working PartTime or FullTime? On the Impact of Family Context and Institutional Arrangements on Atypical Work A CrossNational Comparison of...
112
Is Modesty Attractive? Study of the Present and Future States of the Entrepreneurial Skills of Finnish Small and MediumSized Entrepreneurs
135
Performance and Survival of Technology Firms The Impact of Intellectual Property
155
Academic Founders and Business Opportunity Generation An Empirical Analysis based on Italian Academic SpinOffs
177
Is There a Regional Equity Gap for Innovative StartUps? The Case of Germany
200
How Market Appraisal Affects Investments in Human Capital Evidence from Austrian and Swiss Venture Capitalists Carola Jungwirth
214
Index
233
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