1st Edition

The Determinants of Entrepreneurship Leadership, Culture, Institutions

Edited By Jose L Garcia-Ruiz, Pier Angelo Tominelli Copyright 2011
    256 Pages
    by Routledge

    246 Pages
    by Routledge

    This study looks at entrepreneurial history from three angles: Entrepreneurial Typologies; Business Leaders; and Culture vs Institutions. The previous scarcity of material makes this collection of eight papers an invaluable resource and should encourage further analysis.

    Introduction, José L. García-Ruiz, Pier Angelo Toninelli; Chapter 1 Determinants and Typologies of Entrepreneurship in the History of Industrial Italy, Franco Amatori; Chapter 2 Entrepreneurial Typologies in a Young Nation State: Evidence from the Founding Charters of Greek Société Anonymes, 1830–1909, Ioanna Sapfo Pepelasis; Chapter 3 Italian Entrepreneurship: Conjectures and Evidence from a Historical Perspective, Pier Angelo Toninelli, Michelangelo Vasta; Chapter 4 Entrepreneurship: A Comparative Approach, Gabriel Tortella, Gloria Quiroga, Ignacio Moral; Chapter 5 Dynasties and Associations in Entrepreneurship: An Approach Through the Catalan Case, Paloma Fernández-Pérez, Núria Puig; Chapter 6 Entrepreneurial Culture or Institutions? A Twentieth-Century Resolution, James Foreman-Peck, Peng Zhou; Chapter 7 Entrepreneurship and Cultural Values in Latin America, 1850–2000: From Modernization, National Values and Dependency Theories Towards a Business History Perspective, Carlos Dávila; Chapter 8 Education and Entrepreneurship in Twentieth-Century Spain: An Overview, José L. García-Ruiz;


    José L. García-Ruiz, Pier Angelo Toninelli