Handbook on Organisational Entrepreneurship

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Daniel Hjorth
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 496 pages
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ŠDaniel Hjorth is justifiably famous for thinking differently about those things †we all knowš, and this Handbook adds fuel to that fire. The Handbook reasserts the intellectual and practical primacy of organizational creation as the driving force of entr
 

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Contents

entrepreneurship in organisational contexts
1
PART I APPROACHES AND PERSPECTIVES
19
1 Entrepreneurship as organisation creation
21
2 Schumpeters theories of organizational entrepreneurship
31
3 Entrepreneurship and the economics of the firm
49
4 Institutional perspectives on entrepreneurship
64
5 Evolutionary theory
79
6 Organizations entrepreneurship and ethics
97
11 The entrepreneurial firm
193
an emerging approach to firmlevel entrepreneurship
208
13 Corporate entrepreneurship
226
the social question in social entrepreneurship
242
15 Entrepreneurship in public organizations
257
Eteams and Eteamwork
280
artepreneurs and the new aesthetic enlightenment
300
18 Organizing the entrepreneurial city
320

7 Entrepreneurship crisis critique
116
8 Gender organizations and entrepreneurship
134
theorising processes of entrepreneurship and organisation
151
an art of the weak?
169
PART II FIELDS OF RESEARCH PRACTICES AND POLITICS
191
entrepreneurial subjectivity in the creative industries
338
ideas perspectives and 59 theses on entrepreneurial leadership
362
References
377
Index
461
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