Nascent Entrepreneurship: Empirical Studies and Developments
Nascent Entrepreneurship reviews the empirical literature on 'nascent entrepreneurship', takes stock of these findings as well as theoretical and methodological developments, and concludes by developing suggestions for future research in this area. It will be of interest to all researchers and practitioners in entrepreneurship.
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Person Factors Leading to Nascent Entrepreneur Status
The Discovery Process
The Exploitation Process
Some Particular Themes
The Bigger Picture
Developments So Far
Further Development Needs
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