Small Business Management: An Entrepreneurial Emphasis

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South-Western College Pub., 2000 - Small business - 701 pages
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For more than three decades, Small Business Management has been the most widely used text in its field.The authors diverse academic backgrounds in management, marketing and finance have enabled them to provide well-balanced coverage of small business issues. The text continues to be praised for its balanced presentation of current theories and practice related to starting and managing small business firms.

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Contents

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1
Who Are the Entrepreneurs?
8
Entrepreneurship in the New Millennium
11
Copyright

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Justin G. Longenecker established SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT as a leader in the market from the first edition of the book 52 years ago. In addition to this market-leading text, he wrote a number of other business books and numerous articles in journals, such as Journal of Small Business Management, Academy of Management Review, Business Horizons, and Journal of Business Ethics. Longenecker was active in several professional organizations and served as president of the International Council for Small Business. In 2005, the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) honored him with the Max S. Wortman Lifetime Achievement Award. In addition, the selection as a USASBE Justin G. Longenecker Fellow is the highest recognition that the Association gives to individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the development, furtherance and benefit of small and medium businesses. Justin Longenecker truly was a legend in his own time and continues to have profound influence through the lives of those who knew him. Longenecker grew up in a family business. After attending Central Christian College of Kansas for two years, he earned his B.A. in political science from Seattle Pacific University, his M.B.A. from Ohio State University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Washington. He taught at Baylor University, where he was Emeritus Chavanne Professor of Christian Ethics in Business until his death in 2005.

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