Small Business and Entrepreneurship Vol. 5 Ed by Robert A. Blackburn and Candida G. Brush

Contributor(s): Blackburn, Robert A [Editor] | Brush, Candida G [Editor]Material type: TextTextSeries: SAGE Library in Business and ManagementPublication details: New Delhi Sage Publications India Pvt. Ltd. 2013Description: 379pISBN: 9781412934374Subject(s): Small Business - EntrepreneurshipDDC classification: 658.022
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F: Outcomes Of Entrepreneurship
12: Contributions to the Economy
84. Capitalism and Democracy in the 21st Century: From the Managed to the Entrepreneurial Economy
85. Entrepreneurship Capital and Economic Performance
86. Entrepreneurship Productive, Unproductive and Destructive
87. Self-Employment Wealth and Job Creation : The Roles of Gender, Non-Pecuniary Motivation and Entrepreneurial Ability
88. Linking Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth
22: Public Policy and State Intervention
89. What is Small Business Policy in the UK For? Evaluation and Assessing Small Business Policies
90. Does More Mean Worse? Three Decades of Enterprise Policy in the Tees Valley
91. SME Policy, Academic Research and the Growth of Ignorance, Mythical Concepts, Myths, Assumptions, Rituals and Confusions
92. The Effect of Business Regulations on Nascent and Young Business Entrepreneurship
93. Evaluation SME Policies and programmes :Technical and Political dimensions
23: Entrepreneurship Education
94. Opportunity Identification and Its Role in the Entrepreneurial Classroom: A Pedagogical Approach and Empirical Test
95. The Theoretical Side of Teaching Entrepreneurship
96. The Chronology and Intellectual Trajectory of American Entrepreneurship Education 1876-1999
97. A Process Model for Entrepreneurship Education and Development
98. Towards a Conceptual Understanding of Entrepreneurial Learning
24: Business Exit and Transfer
99. Redefining Business Success: Distinguishing Between Closure and Failure
100. Falling Forward: Real Options Reasoning and Entrepreneurial Failure
101. Learning the Hard Way: The Lessons of Owner-Managers Who Have Closed Their Businesses

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