A (partial) review of entrepreneurship literature across disciplines

A (partial) review of entrepreneurship literature across disciplines Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to stimulate researchers’ interest by acquainting them with some aspects of the entrepreneurship literature they may not have known. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is a non‐meta‐analytic literature review of several literatures in entrepreneurship. Findings – The entrepreneurship literature is vast and can be found in every discipline where humans and their behaviour are the object of analysis. Research limitations/implications – Because the entrepreneurship literature is so large and widespread, the paper reviews only a small, deliberately chosen sample of the literature. Originality/value – To the authors’ knowledge, no one has previously written a unified review of the market entrepreneurship, political entrepreneurship, and public choice. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy Emerald Publishing

A (partial) review of entrepreneurship literature across disciplines

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © 2012 Emerald Group Publishing Limited. All rights reserved.
ISSN
2045-2101
DOI
10.1108/20452101211261453
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Abstract

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to stimulate researchers’ interest by acquainting them with some aspects of the entrepreneurship literature they may not have known. Design/methodology/approach – The paper is a non‐meta‐analytic literature review of several literatures in entrepreneurship. Findings – The entrepreneurship literature is vast and can be found in every discipline where humans and their behaviour are the object of analysis. Research limitations/implications – Because the entrepreneurship literature is so large and widespread, the paper reviews only a small, deliberately chosen sample of the literature. Originality/value – To the authors’ knowledge, no one has previously written a unified review of the market entrepreneurship, political entrepreneurship, and public choice.

Journal

Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public PolicyEmerald Publishing

Published: Oct 5, 2012

Keywords: Rent seeking; Political entrepreneurship; Public choice and entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurship policy; Entrepreneurship literature review; Entrepreneurialism; Public policy

References

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    Acemoglu, D.; Robinson, J.A.
  • Entrepreneurship: productive, unproductive, and destructive
    Baumol, W.J.
  • Cost and Choice
    Buchanan, J.M.
  • Tax reform as political choice
    Buchanan, J.M.
  • Political entrepreneurs and the transfer demanding process: homesteading the unassigned district
    Campbell, N.D.
  • Political entrepreneurship and the democratic allocation of economic resources
    Holcombe, R.
  • The prevalence and effects of occupational licensing
    Kleiner, M.M.; Krueger, A.B.
  • Policy entrepreneurship and policy change
    Mintrom, M.; Norman, P.
  • Big bills left on the sidewalk: why some nations are rich and others are poor
    Olson, M.
  • Entrepreneurial leadership vision in nonprofit vs for‐profit organizations
    Ruvio, A.; Rosenblatt, Z.; Hertz‐Lazarowitz, R.
  • Testing Baumol: institutional quality and the productivity of entrepreneurship
    Sobel, R.
  • Rent seeking: a survey
    Tollison, R.D.
  • The welfare costs of tariffs, monopolies, and theft
    Tullock, G.

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