Entrepreneurship and regional development Journal

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One step beyond? Towards a process view of social networks in entrepreneurship pp. 413-429 Wadid Lamine, Sarah Jack, Alain Fayolle and Didier Chabaud The transformation of network ties to develop entrepreneurial competencies for university spin-offs pp. 430-457 Einar Rasmussen, Simon Mosey and Mike Wright Show me your network and I'll tell you who you are: social competence and social capital of early-stage entrepreneurs pp. 458-473 Thomas Lans, Vincent Blok and Judith Gulikers Network evolution and the spatiotemporal dynamics of knowledge sourcing pp. 474-499 Robert Huggins, Hiro Izushi, Daniel Prokop and Piers Thompson Formal entrepreneurial networks as communities of practice: a longitudinal case study pp. 500-525 Vincent Lefebvre, Miruna Radu Lefebvre and Eric Simon Developing dynamic capabilities through resource accretion: expanding the entrepreneurial solution space pp. 259-291 Allan Macpherson, Brahim Herbane and Oswald Jones Entrepreneurial activity in the informal economy: a missing piece of the entrepreneurship jigsaw puzzle pp. 292-306 Friederike Welter, David Smallbone and Anna Pobol Why did self-employment increase so strongly in Germany? pp. 307-333 Michael Fritsch, Alexander Kritikos and Alina Sorgner Inbound foreign direct investment and domestic entrepreneurial activity pp. 334-356 Saurav Pathak, André Laplume and Emanuel Xavier-Oliveira Multiple successful models: how demographic features of founding teams differ between regions and over time pp. 357-385 Kelley Packalen Enterprise and entrepreneurship in the Caribbean Region pp. 386-387 David J. Storey, Indianna D. Minto-Coy and Jonathan Lashley Student clubs: experiences in entrepreneurial learning pp. 127-153 Luke Alan Pittaway, Jim Gazzard, Adam Shore and Tom Williamson Vietnam in transition: SMEs and the necessitating environment for entrepreneurship development pp. 154-180 Quan Anh Nguyen, Gillian Sullivan Mort and Clare D'Souza Self-employment and job generation in metropolitan areas, 1969-2009 pp. 181-201 Martin Carree, Emilio Congregado, Antonio Golpe and André van Stel Entrepreneurship and path dependency in regional development pp. 202-218 Thomas Brekke Acquaintance or partner? Social economy organizations, institutional logics and regional development in Australia pp. 219-254 Sharine Barth, Jo Barraket, Belinda Luke and Juliana McLaughlin Special Issue on: Small business and entrepreneurship: their role in economic and social development pp. 255-257 Domingo Ribeiro-Soriano and Francisco Mas-Verdú Be creative but not so much. Decreasing benefits of creativity in clustered firms pp. 1-27 Víctor del-Corte-Lora, Teresa Vallet-Bellmunt and F. Xavier Molina-Morales The impact of institutional change on entrepreneurship in a crisis-hit economy: the case of Greece pp. 28-49 Nick Williams and Tim Vorley Entrepreneurship research in China: internationalization or contextualization? pp. 50-79 Jing Su, Qinghua Zhai and Hans Landström Startup team contributions and new firm creation: the role of founding team experience pp. 80-105 Fernando Muñoz-Bullon, Maria J. Sanchez-Bueno and Antonio Vos-Saz The creation view of opportunities at the base of the pyramid pp. 106-126 Misagh Tasavori, Reza Zaefarian and Pervez N. Ghauri The impact of government financial support on the performance of new firms: the role of competitive advantage as an intermediate outcome pp. 663-705 Albena Pergelova and Fernando Angulo-Ruiz Can oil-rich countries encourage entrepreneurship? pp. 706-725 Mohammad Reza Farzanegan Culture, entrepreneurship and uneven development: a spatial analysis pp. 726-752 Robert Huggins and Piers Thompson Beyond the enclave? Break-outs into mainstream markets and multicultural hybridism in ethnic firms pp. 753-777 Alessandro Arrighetti, Daniela Bolzani and Andrea Lasagni Being an entrepreneur: emergence and structuring of two immigrant entrepreneur groups pp. 521-545 Luca Storti Transnational ties and performance of immigrant entrepreneurs: the role of home-country conditions pp. 546-573 Jan Brzozowski, Marco Cucculelli and Aleksander Surdej Drivers of firm formalization in Vietnam: an attention theory explanation pp. 574-593

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