Defining Entrepreneurship

  • Cunningham J
  • Lischeron J
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Abstract

Six different schools of entrepreneurship are presented the "great person," psychological characteristics, classical, management, leadership, and intrapreneurship schools. The authors summarize each of these perspectives and suggest that researchers spend less time trying to suggest that one school is more important than another. Instead, researchers should recognize the contributions of these different schools in carrying out research and training on the wide array of situations in which entrepreneurs are working.

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Authors

  • J. Barton Cunningham

  • Joe Lischeron

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