This series extends the meaning and scope of entrepreneurship by capturing new research and enquiry on economic, social, cultural and personal value creation. Entrepreneurship as value creation represents the endeavours of innovative people and organisations in creative environments that open up opportunities for developing new products, new services, new firms and new forms of policy making in different environments seeking sustainable economic growth and social development. In setting this objective the series includes books which cover a diverse range of conceptual, empirical and scholarly topics that both inform the field and push the boundaries of entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship in Creative Crafts
Entrepreneurship in India
Digital Entrepreneurship and the Sharing Economy
By Vanessa Ratten
April 28, 2022
Popular eCommerce platforms like Etsy have attributed to a sharp increase in creative craft entrepreneurs and craft entrepreneurship has strong links to the cultural and lifestyle field. This timely book looks at craft entrepreneurship and defines what qualifies as craft entrepreneurs and their ...
By Daniel Hjorth, Robin Holt
April 08, 2022
When re-imagining, re-thinking, and re-writing entrepreneurship in this book, the authors have come to the conclusion that the concept that describes it most precisely is one that signifies a process that includes imagining, seductively describing, playfully organizing, political agility in ...
By Vanessa Ratten
March 17, 2022
Southeast Asia is one of the most dynamic and entrepreneurial regions in the world. Despite its entrepreneurial nature, the study of entrepreneurship has largely been on North America and Europe. This book showcases the entrepreneurial capabilities that are taking place in Southeast Asia from a ...
By Vanessa Ratten
November 04, 2021
Whilst other countries in Asia particularly China and India have been studied in terms of entrepreneurial endeavours, there is a lack of research on Indonesia despite it being amongst the fastest growing economies in the world. Indonesia is also one of the largest recipients of venture capital in ...
By Alexander Newman, Andrea North-Samardzic, Madhura Bedarkar, Yogesh Brahmankar
September 30, 2021
The economic liberalization in India over the last three decades has provided a wealth of opportunity for entrepreneurs looking to start and expand their businesses. Since the economy opened up in the 1990s, entrepreneurial activity in the private sector has been largely responsible for the strong ...
By Evgueni Vinogradov, Birgit Leick, Djamchid Assadi
July 16, 2021
The digital and increasingly digitised world is shaped by the interplay of new technological opportunities and ubiquitous societal trends. Both lead to drastic changes facing artificial intelligence (AI), cryptocurrencies and block-chain technologies, internet of things, technology-based ...
By Maura McAdam, James A. Cunningham
April 06, 2021
Entrepreneurship in context has been described as the third wave in entrepreneurship research. Accordingly, specific socio-economic, political, market, and institutional contexts are key to fostering, enabling, and enacting entrepreneurial activity and behaviours. These contexts shape everyday ...
By Barbara Pavey, Neil Alexander-Passe, Margaret Meehan
December 30, 2020
The development of entrepreneurial abilities in people with dyslexia is a subject of great interest. It has gained increasing importance in economically difficult times because of its potential for the development of new business opportunities. This book brings together contributions from ...
By Juan Manuel Matés-Barco, Leonardo Caruana de las Cagigas
December 29, 2020
The figure of the entrepreneur has become a relevant factor that explains the process of growth and economic development. Rising unemployment rates have generated among institutional and private agents, a significant interest in promoting entrepreneurship as a formula to eradicate this social ...
By Beata Glinka, Adam W. Jelonek
August 03, 2020
Immigration is currently one of the most vivid challenges the European Union faces. Ways of introducing new migrants to society and economy pose significant challenges, thus some guidelines for the policy design towards migrations are in need. This book points out patterns of approaches leading to ...
By Izabela Kowalik
April 15, 2020
The book investigates the entrepreneurial marketing (EM) concept within the broader discipline of international entrepreneurship. The analysis of this concept, and designing a model of EM antecedents, elements, and outcomes that was tested on the basis of empirical studies covering companies from ...
By Ted Baker, Friederike Welter
February 17, 2020
As the breadth and empirical diversity of entrepreneurship research have increased rapidly during the last decade, the quest to find a "one-size-fits-all" general theory of entrepreneurship has given way to a growing appreciation for the importance of contexts. This promises to improve both the ...