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Australasian entrepreneurship

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By Patricia Corner, Kathryn Pavlovich

Published: 2007
ISBN: 978-0-9775242-1-1
Pages: ii+126
Imprint: eContent Management

Overview

Edited by

Patricia Corner
Auckland University of Technology

Kathryn Pavlovich
University of Waikato

Entrepreneurship is one of the fastest growing fields of tertiary study in North America and Europe.

Globally, over 460 million people currently start a new business or become owners of a new business annually.

While entrepreneurship research is in its early stages of development, the emerging framework identifies entrepreneurial people, entrepreneurial methods and social impacts of entrepreneurship at its core.

The six articles in this special issue contribute to the field through multi level theory and mixed methodology development, case studies, historical, social and gender perspectives, business failure and personality type.

This unique Australasian perspective is ideal for Entrepreneurship course materials, anthologies and tutorial exercises seeking relevant regional content which is analysed in the context of the current international literature.

This special issue is available under its ISBN 978-0-9775242-1-1 - for reserve copies in libraries or adoption as a course reader - and may be ordered directly from the publisher.

Table of Contents

Editorial: Entrepreneurship research: Follow the yellow-brick road?
Patricia Corner, Kathryn Pavlovich

Origins and opportunity: 150 years of New Zealand entrepreneurship
Ian Hunter, Marie Wilson

Measuring the benefits of entrepreneurship at different levels of analysis
Belinda Luke, Martie-Louise Verreynne, Kate Kearins

Coping with entrepreneurial failure
Smita Singh, Kathryn Pavlovich, Patricia Corner

Franchising as a path to self-employment for Australian female entrepreneurs
Scott Weaven, Jennifer Issac, Carmel Herington

Tall poppy syndrome: Implications for entrepreneurship in New Zealand
Jodyanne Kirkwood

The characteristics of bioentrepreneurs in the Australian biotechnology industry: A pilot study
Julian W Yim, Rae Weston


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