Provides an analysis of entrepreneurship as an essential aspect of the modern economy and grounds theoretical perspectives in the reality that entrepreneurs face in their day-to-day decision-making. The text begins with an assessment as to whether there exists an entrepreneurial personality. The traditional view that entrepreneurs have certain personality characteristics is contrasted with the more dynamic view that entrepreneurial skills and attitudes are acquired within a process that is itself subject to analysis. Similarly, the question as to whether there exists growth-oriented small firms with identifiable characteristics is developed later in the text.
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The entrepreneur - concepts and evidence; the small firm and the UK economy; issues in business start-up; sources of business finance; sources of finance - case study and suggested assignments; ethnic minority entrepreneurship; enterprise support and government policy - a review of developments; innovation and entrepreneurship; innovation and the perspective of the innovative entrepreneur - a case study; growth and entrepreneurial firms - a management issue; research methodology and sources of information; business plans - design and implementation.
Entrepreneurship and Small Firms by David Deakins
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