Sustainability Entrepreneurship Research: A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 55), 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Sustainability Entrepreneurship Research

A special themed issue of Greener Management International (Issue 55), 1st Edition

Edited by Fiona Tilley, Bradley D. Parrish

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As the number of researchers interested in the relationship between entrepreneurship and sustainable development continues to grow, a window of opportunity exists to create a vibrant research community to advance a deeper understanding of the nature, promise and limitations of sustainability entrepreneurship. This special issue aims to communicate developments fromThe First World Symposium on Sustainable Entrepreneurship, Leeds, UK, July 2007, to a wider research community and to reflect the discussions during the symposium. The articles in this special issue demonstrate that there is real value in recognising that sustainability entrepreneurship is distinct from other forms of entrepreneurship and that these distinctions should not be dismissed as trivial.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents EditorialWalter Wehrmeyer, University of Surrey, UKIntroductionFiona Tilley and Bradley D. Parrish, University of Leeds, UKStakeholder Identification in Sustainability Entrepreneurship: The Role of Managerial and Organisational CognitionLutz E. Schlange, University of Applied Sciences Eastern SwitzerlandThe Cultural Context of Sustainability EntrepreneurshipGerald D. O'Neill, Jr, James C. Hershauer and Jay S. Golden, Arizona State University, USASustainability Entrepreneurship and Equitable Transitions to a Low-Carbon EconomyBradley D. Parrish and Timothy J. Foxon, University of Leeds, UKSustainability Entrepreneurs, Ecopreneurs and the Development of a Sustainable EconomyDavid Gibbs, University of Hull, UKSustainability Entrepreneurs: Could They Be the True Wealth Generators of the Future?Fiona Tilley and William Young, University of Leeds, UK

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS000000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General
BUS008000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Business Ethics