The journal of business venturing: a journal dedicated to entrepreneurship provides a scholarly forum for sharing useful and interesting theories, narratives, and interpretations of the antecedents, mechanisms, and/or consequences of entrepreneurship. Jarillo, j c: 1989, 'entrepreneurship and growth: the strategic use of external resources', journal of business venturing 4, 133-147 google scholar karayiannis, a d: 1992, 'entrepreneurship in classical greek literature', south african journal of economics 60 , 67-93.
A core section then compares the models of entrepreneurial competencies cited in the literature, and on this basis proposes a set of entrepreneurial competencies which can be used as the basis for further research and practice. The field of entrepreneurship is still a relative one that is less explored, and many opinions in regard to defining the concepts of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurs remain the same a trial was made by this paper to explore the diversity of concepts identified in specialty literature, and this was approached in their historical evolution.
Entrepreneurship is a multidimensional term that is extremely difficult to define (carree and thurik, 2005) this complicates the possibility of measuring the level of. The international journal of entrepreneurial behavior & research (ijebr) has a unique focus on publishing original research related to the human and social dynamics of entrepreneurship, and entrepreneurial management in small and growing organizations.
Literature review, we discuss the main findings and propose some possible future research directions entrepreneur and entrepreneurship: the perspective of concepts entrepreneurship is a multidimensional term that is extremely difficult to define (carree and thurik, 2005. This paper explores the changing roles of academics to identify key distinctions between entrepreneurial academics and academic entrepreneurs this is done through a systematic literature review spanning 25 years drawing on selected high impact journals in innovation, entrepreneurship and higher education studies.
Women entrepreneurship- a literature review 1 cma dr meenumaheshwari, 2 ms priyasodani 1 assisstant professor & former head, department of commerce & management,university of kota. Entrepreneurship and ethics: a literature review authors authors and affiliations 'ethical decision-making in corporate entrepreneurial organizations', journal of business ethics 23, 365-375 google scholar karayiannis, a d: 1992, 'entrepreneurship in classical greek literature', south african journal of economics 60, 67-93. The journal of entrepreneurship is a multidisciplinary forum for the publication of articles and research and discussion of issues that bear upon and enfold the fi eld of entrepreneurship topics appropriate and related to entrepreneurship include intrapreneurship, managership, organisational behaviour, leadership, motivation, training and ethical/ moral notions guiding entrepreneurial behaviour.
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The literature of entrepreneurial learning is a relatively recent development at the intersection of entrepreneurship studies and small business management while there were. Entrepreneurship,” harris, sapienza and bowie review the research connecting ethics and entrepreneurship and classify the literature into three broad themes further, the authors identify and integrate the “key” themes that emerge from this classication and oer suggestions for future research.
The literature reviewed will include some relevant studies that were done in the past particularly those related to the issue of study in addition, studies related to the general issue of entrepreneurship will also be reviewed to shed additional insight on the subject matter. The purpose of this paper is therefore to undertake a literature review of research on entrepreneurial competence in order to: provide an integrated account of contributions relating to entrepreneurial competencies by different authors working in different countries and different industry sectors and at different points in time and, develop an agenda for future research, and practice in relation to entrepreneurial competencies.