The International Library of Entrepreneurship series

Series editor: David B. Audretsch, Indiana University, Bloomington, US

Entrepreneurship, or its absence, becomes increasingly prominent as the process of change accelerates in a rapidly globalizing economy. Yet the scholarly traditions focusing on entrepreneurship have been relatively underdeveloped and dispersed across a broad spectrum of academic disciplines. The purpose of this series is to bring together the most seminal and compelling scholarly research on entrepreneurship which provides the intellectual framework and foundations underlying entrepreneurship as an important field of scholarship. Each volume is edited by a leading specialist and provides an authoritative overview of its subject area, drawing together a careful selection of the key articles set in context by a new introduction.

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