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Small Business and Entrepreneurship Vol. 1 Ed by Robert A. Blackburn and Candida G. Brush

Contributor(s): Blackburn, Robert A [Editor] | Brush, Candida G [Editor].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: SAGE Library in Business and Management. Publisher: New Delhi Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd. 2013Description: 450p.ISBN: 9781412934374.Subject(s): Small Business - EntrepreneurshipDDC classification: 658.022
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A: Small Business And Entrepreneurship Theory And Theory Development
1. The Developing Domain of Entrepreneurship and Small Business
1. Entrepreneurship Research in Emergence: Past Trends and Future Directions
2. Is There an Elephant in Entrepreneurship? Blind Assumptions in Theory Development
3. The Adolescence of Entrepreneurship Research: Specification and Purpose
4. The Promise of Entrepreneurship as a Field of Research
5. The Focus of Entrepreneurial Research: Contextual and Process Issues
B: Research Approaches
2. Methodological Issues and Debates
6. Levels of Analysis in Entrepreneurship Research: Current Research Practice and Suggestions for the Future
7. Working in the Field
8. Researching Entrepreneurship through Phenomenological Inquiry
9. Case Study Method in Small Business and Entrepreneurial Research
3. Discourses and Critiques of the Field
10. New Meanings for Entrepreneurs: From Risk-Taking Heroes to Safe-Seeking Professionals
11. Mythicizing and Reification in Entrepreneurial Discourse: Ideaology - Critique of Entrepreneurial Studies
12. Government Discourses on Entrepreneurship : Issues of Subjugation and Power
C: Populations of Entrepreneurs
4. Owner-Managers and Entrepreneurs
13. Differences Between Entrepreneurs and Managers in Large Organizations : Biases and Heuristics in Strategic Decision-Making
14. Differentiating Entrepreneurs from Small Business Owners : A Conceptualization
15. The Entrepreneurial Personality :A Few Ghosts Laid to Rest
16. A Psychosocial Cognitive Model of Employment Status Choice
5. Female Entrepreneurship and Feminist Perspectives
17. Why Research on Women Entrepreneurs Needs New Directions
18. Time for a Change? Women's Accounts of the Move from Organizational Careers to Self-Employment
19. A Gendered Perspective on Organizational Creation
20. Research on Women Business Owners : Past Trends, a New Perspective and Future Directions
21. A Theoretical Overview and Extension of Research on Sex, Gender, and Entrepreneurship
22. Feminist Insights on Gendered Work : New Directions in Research on Women and Entrepreneurship
6. Immigrant and Ethnic Minority Businesses
23. Ethnicity and Entrepreneurship
24. Ethnic Minority Business Support : Theoretical Discourse in Britain and North America

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