Non-market Entrepreneurship: Interdisciplinary Approaches

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G. E. Shockley
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 264 pages
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Non-market entrepreneurship' consists of all forms of entrepreneurship not being undertaken solely for purposes of profit maximization or commercialization. This work builds a theoretical edifice within the field of entrepreneurship and helps to estab
 

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Contents

the emerging field of nonmarket entrepreneurship
3
2 Entrepreneurship and human action
10
3 Teaching entrepreneurship outside of business schools
28
society and economy
49
4 Nonmarket sources of American entrepreneurial capitalism
51
5 The political economy of the philanthropic enterprise
71
6 Indigenous communitiesentrepreneurship and economic development in the New Economy
89
PART 3 Entrepreneurship in public affairs
125
reconceptualizing entrepreneurship in public affairs
143
PART 4 Only a semantic difference? Social entrepreneurship nonprofit entrepreneurship and social enterprise
173
9 A unified theory of social enterprise
175
10 A model of nonprofit and socially motivated entrepreneurial behavior
192
a neoclassical theory
206
12 What are social ventures? Toward a theoretical framework and empirical examination of successful social ventures
217
Index
243
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7 Intrapreneurship in the public sector
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