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Comparative Entrepreneurship Initiatives
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Comparative Entrepreneurship Initiatives

Studies in China, Japan and the USA
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ISBN-13:
9781349335060
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
05.06.2016
Seiten:
309
Autor:
C. Usui
Gewicht:
483 g
Format:
228x151x20 mm
Serie:
The Palgrave Macmillan Asian Business Series
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

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Introduction to Studies of Entrepreneurship Initiatives; C.Usui PART I: HISTORY OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP A Historical View of Chinese Entrepreneurship; D.Faure Entrepreneurs and Managers in the Development of Japanese Business; T.Yui & R.Colignon Entrepreneurship and Social Change in the United States: Dynamic Stages, Historical Lessons; D.Sicilia PART II: INSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP Dancing with Change: A Co-evolutionary Perspective for Private Entrepreneurship during China's Institutional Transition; Y.Zhang, B.Ren, G.Du, & J.Yang Academic Spin-offs in Japan: Institutional Revolution and Early Outcomes; N.Harada & H.Mitsuhashi The Social Context for High-Potential Entrepreneurship in the U.S.: An Historical-Institutional Perspective; D.Hart PART III: CULTURE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP Does Stage Matter in Chinese New Ventures? The Roles of Learning, Network, and Corporate Entrepreneurship in Building Cultural Competitiveness; S.Zhao & C.Jiang The Stigma of Failure and Limited Opportunities for Ex-failed Entrepreneurs' Redemption in Japan; H.Mitsuhashi & A.Bird PART IV: CASE STUDIES OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP Success Factors in Applying Co-Creation of the Voice of the Customer as a Strategy of Social Innovation by Japanese Services Entrepreneurs: Case of Takayuki Nakagawa; C.Kay KOOTS Green Tea; A.Gilinsky Jr. & W.Kusumoto
This book investigates entrepreneurial initiatives in the three largest economies of the world: China, Japan and the USA. It brings together historical, institutional, and ethnographic approaches and highlights entrepreneurial patterns that result from cultural, legal, and political forces that facilitate and constrain entrepreneurship.