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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND THE GROWTH OF FIRMS

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND THE GROWTH OF FIRMS

9781852787684 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by the late Harold C. Livesay, formerly Clifford A. Taylor Professor of Liberal Arts and Professor of Business and Economic History, Department of History, Texas A & M University, US
Publication Date: 1995 ISBN: 978 1 85278 768 4 Extent: 1,312 pp
This important two volume set focuses on the functional relationship between the entrepreneur and the growth of the business firm. These papers trace the process through which scholars first brought entrepreneurs from the twilight of historical obscurity, broadening our understanding of their crucial role and rediscovering the entrepreneur as the prime mover of economic invigoration in the late twentieth century.

Professor Livesay has chosen a selection of key articles and papers in this area – many of which are only available in specialized journals and not accessible in every library. He has also written a new comprehensive introduction to accompany the piece.

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This important two volume set focuses on the functional relationship between the entrepreneur and the growth of the business firm. These papers trace the process through which scholars first brought entrepreneurs from the twilight of historical obscurity, broadening our understanding of their crucial role and rediscovering the entrepreneur as the prime mover of economic invigoration in the late twentieth century.

Professor Livesay has chosen a selection of key articles and papers in this area – many of which are only available in specialized journals and not accessible in every library. He has also written a new comprehensive introduction to accompany the piece.
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Contributors include: A. Gerschenkron, M. Lévy-Leboyer, G. Ranis, F. Redlich, J. Schumpeter
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