Handbook of Research on New Venture Creation

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Kevin Hindle, Kim Klyver
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2011 - Business & Economics - 416 pages
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This comprehensive Handbook provides an essential analysis of new venture creation research. the eminent contributors critically discuss and explore the current literature as well as suggest improvements to the field. They reveal a strong sense of both th
 

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Contents

from established perspectives to new horizons
3
2 Mapping the landscape of new venture creation research
14
3 Whos asking the right question? Patterns and diversity in the literature of new venture creation
34
4 Reimagining The Achieving Society
72
PART II THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES
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5 Gender and new venture creation
85
6 Transgressive knowledge creation in entrepreneurship
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7 What does the economic literature contribute to understanding new venture creation?
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12 The new venture mortality myth
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design data collection and descriptive results
216
PART IV NVC THROUGH CONTEXTUAL LENSES
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14 Cultural context as a moderator of private entrepreneurship investment behaviour
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15 Perceptual differences and perceptual problems in providing government support for new venture creation
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a comprehensive approach
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an academic administrators perspective
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18 Creative artists and entrepreneurship
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8 Modelling the innovative new venturing process in terms of dialectical systemic thinking
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the dark side of networks
145
a conceptual exploration
160
PART III DATA AND MEASUREMENT
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11 Are we there yet? Measurement challenges in studying new ventures
185
19 PostSoviet societies and new venture creation
344
Distinguishing entrepreneurship from new venture creation
364
Index
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