Navigating Entrepreneurial Contexts

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Navigating Entrepreneurial Contexts

Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research

9781035344987 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Lorella Cannavacciuolo, Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Naples Federico II, Italy, Sílvia Costa, Assistant Professor, Department of Innovation Management & Strategy, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, Agnieszka Kurczewska, Associate Professor, University of Lodz, Poland and Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, Pierluigi Rippa, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Naples Federico II, Naples, Italy and Mirela Xheneti, Professor, Strategy and Marketing Department, University of Sussex Business School, UK
Publication Date: October 2024 ISBN: 978 1 03534 498 7 Extent: c 192 pp
Navigating Entrepreneurial Contexts highlights the critical importance of understanding and adapting entrepreneurship to the diverse contexts in which businesses operate. The heterogeneity of the topics covered in this book reflects the richness of theories and methods employed in this interdisciplinary field of study.

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Navigating Entrepreneurial Contexts highlights the critical importance of understanding and adapting entrepreneurship to the diverse contexts in which businesses operate. The heterogeneity of the topics covered in this book reflects the richness of theories and methods employed in this interdisciplinary field of study.

A team of expert contributors explore the nuanced interplay between entrepreneurship and context, illustrating how entrepreneurs not only shape and construct their contexts but also the lenses through which researchers scrutinise this relationship. Authors argue that this leads to the discovery of hidden aspects crucial for advancing entrepreneurship studies. Chapters delve into contextual factors that drive entrepreneurs to shape and adapt to their environments, with authors employing a range of methods such as case studies, surveys, and theoretical and conceptual models.

This book is an essential resource for academics, researchers and students of business and management, entrepreneurship and the economics of entrepreneurship. Business professionals will also find this to be an indispensable guide due to the text’s practical implications.
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‘This book contributes to entrepreneurship research in an area of great importance - how contexts influence entrepreneurship but also how the entrepreneurs shape and enact their contexts. The book showcases different methodological and theoretical approaches to grasp the interplay between entrepreneurship and contexts.’
– Ulla Hytti, University of Turku, Finland

‘Bringing together a diverse range of perspectives and methodologies, the editors craft a compelling volume that advances our understanding of entrepreneurship in context, presenting key insights into how entrepreneurs navigate the complexities of their environments. Its rigorous analysis coupled with practical implications make this volume a must read for researchers, educators, and policymakers alike.’
– Eric Liguori, Florida State University, US

‘The Frontiers series offers a selection of the latest, cutting edge research in entrepreneurship and small business in Europe. It has become a key resource for researchers, educators, entrepreneurs and policy-makers interested in understanding entrepreneurship and the prosperity of SMEs.’
– Silke Tegtmeier, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
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