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This book reconstructs the theory of entrepreneurship from an institutionalist perspective, providing a fresh account of current theorising on entrepreneurship, specifically addressing Schumpeterian and Neo-Schumpeterian thought.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Entrepreneurship in Economic Thought: An Intellectual History 3. The Schumpeterian Perspective: Novelty, Leadership, and Historicity 4. Neo-Austrian Contributions: Knowledge, Alertness and Discovery 5. The Evolutionary Challenge: Routines, Cognition and Variety 6. Beyond Growth and Development: Microfoundations of Economic Change 7. Neo-Schumpeterian Variations: Collective Entrepreneurship and Systems of Innovation 8. Innovation, Coordination, and the Paradigmatic Character of Entrepreneurship: A New Approach 9. Embedded Entrepreneurship: Policy Implications 10. Conclusion