Crossroads of Entrepreneurship presents works from scholars belonging to a number of different disciplines - business history, economics, sociology and management - and addresses a cross section of issues in the entrepreneurship field. Contributions are arranged in different sections, emphasizing dialogue across disciplines and paradigms, rather than boundaries between them. The first section of the work is a compilation of papers that trace the historical roots of study in entrepreneurship in different disciplinary domains, and highlight the fundamental issues addressed by past research. A second section gathers empirical studies adopting various methods and investigating different aspects of entrepreneurial action. The third section collects contributions investigating the development of entrepreneurship in different national settings. The work reveals a convergence of issues and interests, despite paradigmatic differences, and the potential benefits of more intense conversation across disciplines.Generalised Expectations for Internal Versus External Control of Reinforcement, American Psychological Association, Psychological Monographies, 1, 80. Say, J.B. (1803/1964). Traite da#39;economie politique, New York: Kelley. Say, J.B. ( 1 845) .
|Title||:||Crossroads of Entrepreneurship|
|Author||:||Guido Corbetta, Morton Huse, Davide Ravasi|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2004-03-31|