6 edition of Entrepreneurship and the Experience Economy found in the catalog.
July 2, 2007
by Copenhagen Business School Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Daniel Hjorth (Editor), Monika Kostera (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||318|
The aim of this book is to provide a rigorous and up-to-date account of the economic theory of the entrepreneur, and its practical applications to business behaviour and policy formation. The theory emphasizes the importance of good judgement in economic success. Entrepreneurs are people who specialize in the application of judgement to. The challenge: An entrepreneur’s life is not enviable, at least in the beginning. It’s extremely easy to get discouraged when something goes wrong or when you’re not growing as fast as you’d like. Self-doubt creeps in, and you feel like giving up. The solution: Being able to overcome self-doubt is a necessary trait for entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurship has a tremendous impact on the economic development of a country. As can be expected, many public policies foster the development of self- entrepreneurship in times of unemployment, praise the creation of firms and con- sider the willingness to start new ventures as a sign of good fortune. Are those behaviours inherent to a human being, to his genetic code, his psychology . A Brief History of Entrepreneurship is a light and enjoyable read. Ali Kahn, Abram Hutzler Professor of Political Economy, Johns Hopkins University This enjoyable book is full of great stories and practical ideas that any entrepreneur can use to be more successful faster. Brian Tracy, author of .
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