Entrepreneurship Books [Page 3 of 322]
Higher, Entrepreneurship, Professional, Career & Trade -> Education -> Higher, Business & Economics -> Management -> Entrepreneurship
Steve Mariotti; Caroline Glackin
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Bygrave, William D., Zacharakis, Andrew., Bygrave, William D., 1937-
Robert D. Hisrich, Michael P., Ph.d. Peters
Publisher: Richard D Irwin
Bessant, John R., Tidd, Joe
Entrepreneurship, Management, General, Business & Economics -> Management -> Entrepreneurship, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, Business & Economics -> Business -> Business Studies
Information Resources Management Association
Publisher: IGI Global
Jonah Sheshi Suman Gana
Publisher: Jofegan Associates
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
William D. Bygrave, Andrew Zacharakis, Corbett
Publisher: Wiley Global Education
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Publisher: TAXMANN PUBLICATIONS
Madhurima Lall, Shikha Sahai
Publisher: Excel Books
Bruce Barringer, Duane Ireland
Publisher: Pearson Range Extension
Bygrave, William D., Zacharakis
New Business Enterprises, Management, Entrepreneurship
Robert D. Hisrich; Michael P. Peters; Dean A. Shep
Publisher: Boy Scouts Of America
Entrepreneurship: An Evidence-based Guide
Entrepreneurship, Astronomy, BUS025000, cs.ast.spc_explo, cs.mgmt.entre, Business & Economics -> Management -> Entrepreneurship, Physical & Earth Sciences -> Astronomy -> Introductory Astronomy
Robert A. Baron
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Inc.
By presenting accurate knowledge about entrepreneurship itself, this book serves to convert the rising tide of interest in entrepreneurship into advice and guidance that can actually assist entrepreneurs in achieving their goals. In order to do so, this book presents evidence-based information concerning the factors that encourage entrepreneurship’s emergence, including the conditions that shape its outcomes and how it unfolds as a process. This text draws on two key sources of knowledge – input from entrepreneurs and the findings of systematic empirical research. As the sub-title suggests, however, emphasis is placed on the latter whenever possible because the information individual entrepreneurs possess cannot readily serve as the basis for general principles or guidelines since it is unique to each entrepreneur. By combining evidence-based knowledge with the hard-earned wisdom of experienced entrepreneurs, this volume offers a balanced and inclusive guide useful to both current and aspiring entrepreneurs.
The Heart of the Deal How to Invest and Negotiate like a Real Estate Mogul
Entrepreneurship, Economics, Business & Economics -> Management -> Entrepreneurship, Business & Economics -> Economics -> International Economics
Alan S. Gutterman
Publisher: Business Expert Press
This book provides an introduction to a number of important topics relevant to the study and understanding of entrepreneurship and the process of creating, or giving birth to, a new business.
Entrepreneurship has become a popular career path in developed and developing countries, a phenomenon that has contributed to the intense interest in the subject shown by researchers and policymakers around the world. Several factors have come into play, including advances in technology that allowed smaller firms to take advantage of economies of scale that previously were only available to larger firms; the ability of smaller firms, because of their size, to be more flexible and responsive to market changes; implementation of government policies calculated to encourage entrepreneurial activities and behavior; support from governments and other economic units that established procurement programs to assist small businesses; high unemployment rates in recent decades due to corporate restructuring and downsizing, which have caused some workers to choose an entrepreneurial path rather than retrain for placement in an unsteady job market as a means for dealing with their midlife crisis; and changes in typical career patterns away from expectations of long-term employment with large firms in a single occupation toward a flexible labor force, a phenomenon that has led to increased interest in entrepreneurship among those with post-secondary education and an established career record build over several decades in the workplace.
The chapters cover definitions and types of entrepreneurship; the relationships among entrepreneurship, innovation and development; research on entrepreneurship, comparative research into entrepreneurship in multiple countries and research into cross- border entrepreneurship (i.e., international activity of small- and medium-sized enterprises and new ventures); factors influencing entrepreneurial activities; motivational traits of prospective entrepreneurs; the influence of societal culture on entrepreneurial activities and attitudes regarding entrepreneurship as a career path; the influence that the institutional environment has on entrepreneurship; and the role of entrepreneurs in launching new businesses. This book is an excellent introductory source of information on entrepreneurship research for use by academics and other professionals in their courses and for entrepreneurs looking to fit their dreams and aspirations in the broader context of entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship, Small Business, Management, Strategic Planning, Business & Economics -> Management -> Entrepreneurship, P0110190, P0111090, SC514000, SC515000, SUCO41169, SC516000, SC514010, Business & Economics -> Management -> Small Business Management, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, Business & Economics -> Management -> Strategic Management, 3752, 3120, 3248, 5737, 5660
Publisher: Bloomsbury UK
Entrepreneurship: From Opportunity to Action connects theory and practice in a whole new way. Other Entrepreneurship texts are primarily research and theory oriented, and simply tack on real-world examples, while this book offers a stronger practical approach. It focuses on learning for, rather than about enterprise.