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Entrepreneurial behaviour: Individual, contextual and microfoundational perspectives

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This edited collection draws together cutting edge perspectives from leading scholars on the increasingly prominent discussion of entrepreneurial behaviour. Exploring various aspects of human behaviour, the authors analyse the antecedent influences and drivers of entrepreneurial behaviour in different organisational settings. This collection is of interest to scholars, practitioners and even policy-makers, as a result of its in-depth exploration, discussion and evaluation of emerging themes of entrepreneurial behaviour within the field of entrepreneurship and beyond. Offering contextual examples from universities, firms and society, Entrepreneurial Behaviour covers topics such as entrepreneurial intention, gender, crime, effectuation and teamwork.




McAdam, M., & Cunningham, J. A. (2019). Entrepreneurial behaviour: Individual, contextual and microfoundational perspectives. Entrepreneurial Behaviour: Individual, Contextual and Microfoundational Perspectives (pp. 1–354). Palgrave Macmillan.

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