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Empirical Entrepreneurship in Europe: New Perspectives

Empirical Entrepreneurship in Europe: New Perspectives

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This book embodies the ever-increasing scope and depth of empirical entrepreneurship research in Europe. Contributors from different disciplinary backgrounds within the business field - including finance, management, and entrepreneurship, and from other related disciplines such as economics and economic geography - employ various methodologies to study the phenomenon of entrepreneurship.

Drawing on this wealth of theoretically based and empirically sound research, the contributors examine three overarching themes. First, entrepreneurship issues in specific country settings are discussed: these encompass Portugal, the UK and Germany in Western Europe, Eastern European countries such as Russia and Latvia, and then Scandinavia and Finland. Second, special issues concerning technology-based companies are explored, and finally, unique aspects of venture capital markets in Europe are studied.

Presenting cutting edge empirical research on myriad entrepreneurship topics in Europe, this multidisciplinary volume will strongly appeal to academics, students and researchers from various backgrounds that have a specific interest in entrepreneurship. It will also be warmly welcomed by entrepreneurs themselves.

Contributors: A. Adcroft, A.M. Amaral, R. Baptista, W. Bessler, C. Bittelmeyer, S. Dhaliwal, M. Dowling, R. Fini, M. Fritsch, R. Grimaldi, T. Iakovleva, C. Jungwirth, J. Kickul, P. Mueller, M. Niese, A. Sauka, D. Schilder, J. Schmude, R. Strohmeyer, V. Tonoyan, M. Valjakka, F. Welter