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Masculinity, doxa and institutionalisation of entrepreneurial identity in the novel Cityboy.
(Emerald Group Publishing., 2010)
Purpose – As a result of a plethora of scholarly articles by feminist scholars of entrepreneurship, it is now widely accepted that the notion of entrepreneurship is ideologically skewed towards masculine ideology. Although ...
The Role of Networking in the Growth Processes of Family Firms: An International Study.
(IFERA (International Family Enterprise Research Academy), 2010)
The paper aims to investigate the role of networks in the growth processes of family firms. The study adds to two main stream of literature, drawing together theoretical developments from the family firm realm and networking ...
Entrepreneurship, windfall gains and financial constraints: evidence from Germany.
(University of East Anglia, 2010-05)
We investigate the link between the propensity to become an entrepreneur and exogenous release from financial constraints in Germany. This is defined in terms of the movement from employment to self employment on receipt ...
Re-storying and visualizing the changing entrepreneurial identities of Bill Gates and Richard Branson.
(Taylor and Francis., 2010)
The storytelling in textual and visual re‐constructions of Bill Gates and Richard Branson by their organizations produces entrepreneurial identities bound into particular social power–knowledge relations. Our purpose is ...
Institutions and the shaping of different forms of entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship is a broad concept encompassing a wide range of activities, from the Schumpertian ideal associated with innovation to simply creating a job for oneself. Because we ask about national differences in ...