Handbook on Organisational Entrepreneurship
- Jerome Katz, Saint Louis University, US
This Handbook brings together pioneering, original work on organizational entrepreneurship. It provides a broad coverage and rich agenda for future research and teaching on the entrepreneurship-organization relationship.
Organizational entrepreneurship represents an interdisciplinary field of research that relates organization, entrepreneurship and innovation studies in new ways. This Handbook establishes the scope of this interdisciplinary domain, challenges our perception of relationships between organization(s) and entrepreneurship, and asks new questions central to our capacity to describe, analyze and understand organizational entrepreneurship.
Providing a broad and rich set of examples of interdisciplinary research and bridging the fields of strategic management, organization studies, entrepreneurship, innovation, art and aesthetics, this important compendium will prove invaluable to graduate students and scholars in these fields.
Contributors: H. Ahl, H.E. Aldrich, E. Barinaga, T. Beyes, P.L. Bylund, L. Devin, N.J. Foss, W.B. Gartner, P. Guillet de Monthoux, R.D. Hisrich, D. Hjorth, C. Jones, C. Kearney, P.G. Klein, A. Kovalainen, D.F. Kuratko, J. Lyngsie, M. Martinez, A.-M. Murtola, S. O'Donnell, S. Sarasvathy, D. Smallbone, B.M. Sørensen, C. Steyaert, E. Sundin, R. Swedberg, F. Welter