a good book to flick through and keep as a general reference.
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Robert A. Baron, Spears Chair of Entrepreneurship, Spears School of Business, Oklahoma State University.
An excellent contribution to the entrepreneurship literature. Robert A.
Entrepreneurship: An Evidence-Based Guide. By presenting accurate knowledge about entrepreneurship itself, this book serves to convert the rising tide of interest in entrepreneurship into advice and guidance that can actually assist entrepreneurs in achieving their goals.
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Oklahoma State University. A model of strategic entrepreneurship: The construct and its dimensions. RD Ireland, MA Hitt, DG Sirmon
Oklahoma State University. Resource-based theories of competitive advantage: A ten-year retrospective on the resource-based view. Journal of management 27 (6), 643-650, 2001. RD Ireland, MA Hitt, DG Sirmon. Journal of management 29 (6), 963-989, 2003. BL Connelly, ST Certo, RD Ireland, CR Reutzel. Journal of management 37 (1), 39-67, 2011.
Find nearly any book by Robert A. Baron (page 3). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Exploring Social Psychology: Instructor's Manual. ISBN 9780205076079 (978-0-205-07607-9) Softcover, Allyn & Bacon, 1981.
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Robert Alan Baron (born 1943) is Professor of Management and the Spears Chair of Entrepreneurship at Oklahoma State University's Spears School of Business. He studied psychology at City University of New York and received his P. from the University of Iowa in 1968.
'Deftly written, superbly presented, and highly recommended for community and academic library business studies collections, Entrepreneurship is ideal for use as a classroom textbook or as a primer for non-specialist general readers with an interest in entrepreneurship.'- The Midwest Book Review
The early years of the 21st Century could well be called the 'decade(s) of the entrepreneur'. Entrepreneurship is an often-featured topic in magazine and newspaper articles, popular television shows and major films. Universities have added courses, departments, and even schools of entrepreneurship to their catalogs, and governments at all levels are competing to develop programs to encourage entrepreneurship. A key reason behind this growing interest is the widely held belief - supported by economic data - that entrepreneurship is a powerful engine of economic growth.
By presenting accurate knowledge about entrepreneurship itself, this book serves to convert the rising tide of interest in entrepreneurship into advice and guidance that can actually assist entrepreneurs in achieving their goals. In order to do so, this book presents evidence-based information concerning the factors that encourage entrepreneurship's emergence, including the conditions that shape its outcomes and how it unfolds as a process. This text draws on two key sources of knowledge - input from entrepreneurs and the findings of systematic empirical research. As the subtitle suggests, however, emphasis is placed on the latter whenever possible because the information individual entrepreneurs possess cannot readily serve as the basis for general principles or guidelines since it is unique to each entrepreneur. By combining evidence-based knowledge with the hard-earned wisdom of experienced entrepreneurs, this volume offers a balanced and inclusive guide useful to both current and aspiring entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurship is indeed a driving force of economic growth. But beyond that, it is also a key mechanism through which human creativity, ingenuity, skill, and energy are converted into tangible outcomes that can, and often do, change the world in ways that enhance and enrich human welfare. This volume will be of particular interest to students of entrepreneurship in a broad array of fields ranging from business and management to engineering and governance. Suitable for undergraduate courses and graduate programs alike, this book is frontier blazing in its own right and will help those who read it be so as well.
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