Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Entrepreneurship

Development Tendencies and Empirical Approach

Edited by Ladislav Mura

Pan-European University

In context of entrepreneurship, this book was motivated by a desire of a team of well-known authors. The book consists of 23 closely related thematic contributions, which fall into 4 separate sections: Interactions between Economy and Entrepreneurship; Innovation in Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth; Current Trends in Family Business, Social Entrepreneurship and Responsibility; and The Role of Human Resource Management, Education and Gender in Entrepreneurship. Authors-contributors have submitted the results of their recent research and presented essential findings about the decision-making process of entrepreneurs in order to maintain their businesses competitive. The reader can get an insight into the selection of the best scientific contributions that have been reviewed and ready for debate. Our piece of work, Entrepreneurship: Development Tendencies and Empirical Approach, has interdisciplinary features. This work by authors from different countries - Finland, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Italy, Spain, Turkey and Malaysia - is dedicated to readers providing up-to-date research data and background for further research as well as implementation techniques in business practice.

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EntrepreneurshipDevelopment Tendencies and Empirical ApproachEdited by Ladislav Mura

Published: January 24th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.68372

ISBN: 978-953-51-3761-0

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3760-3

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1. Entrepreneurs and Growth: An Option, Obligation or Obsession

By Juha Saukkonen

194

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2. Entrepreneurship and Creative Economy: Mental Models of Cultural Entrepreneurs in Belo Horizonte, Brazil

By Anna G.M. Oliveira and Marlene C.O.L. Melo

125

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3. Economic Transition and the Corporate Governance Implementation

By Zuzana Kittová, Dušan Steinhauser and Viera Ružeková

142

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4. The Roll of the Entrepreneur in the Establishment of Economic Equilibria

By Er’el Granot

120

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5. Determinants of Established Entrepreneurs’ Innovative Activity in Northern and Western Europe

By Karin Širec and Dijana Močnik

108

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6. Business Intelligence: An Innovative Technological Way to Influence Corporate Entrepreneurship

By Reyes Giménez-Figueroa, Rodrigo Martín-Rojas and Víctor Jesús García-Morales

281

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7. Entrepreneurship and Sustainability as Key Elements for Innovation: A Brazilian Dilemma

By Eric Charles Henri Dorion, Pelayo Munhoz Olea, François Coallier, Cleber Cristiano Prodanov, Eliana Andrea Severo, Julio Cesar Ferro Guimarães, Cristine Hermann Nodari, Ana Cristina Fachinelli, Vânia Beatriz Merlotti Heredia, Fernando Fantoni Bencke, Nilson Varella Rubenich, Paula Patricia Ganzer, Claudio Baltazar Corrêa De Mello, Adrieli Alves Pereira Radaelli, Cassiane Chais, Oberdan Teles Da Silva, Luana Folchini Da Costa, Vanessa Machado, Joel Tshibamba Mukendi and Vandoir Welchen

164

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8. Entrepreneurship and Consulting

By Eva Hanuláková and Ferdinand Daňo

136

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9. Family Business: Experience from the Czech Republic

By Vojtěch Koráb and Anastasia Murinova

114

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10. Investment in Microenterprises for Scaling up Business Growth: Evidence from Social Business Project

By Farhana Ferdousi and Parveen Mahmud

135

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11. Social Entrepreneurship in an Inclusive Business Model: A New Business Model for Sustainable Agroforestry

By Cecilia Mark-Herbert and Brita Prejer

189

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12. Entrepreneurship with Social Responsibility

By Anna Križanová, Katarína Moravčíková and Jana Klieštiková

201

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13. Importance of Corporate Governance in Socially Responsible Behaviour of Enterprises

By Hussam Musa, Zdenka Musová and Lenka Debnárová

146

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14. Management of Human Resource in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Case Study

By Darja Holátová and Monika Březinová

127

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15. Understanding the Motivation that Shapes Entrepreneurship Career Intention

By Ng Kim-Soon, Abdul Rahman Ahmad and Nurul Nadia Ibrahim

176

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16. Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Charisma: Which Are the Links with Business Models Sustainability?

By Mara Del Baldo

148

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17. Entrepreneurship in Higher Education: The Effect of Academy, Motivation, Resources, Incentives, and Self-Efficacy in the Entrepreneurship Potential

By Pedro Miguel Dinis Santos Parreira, Lisete dos Santos Mónico, Carla Maria Santos de Carvalho and Alexandra Cristina Riscado da Silva

143

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18. Higher Education, Entrepreneurship and Learning by Practice: Collaborative Work from the Stakeholders’ Point of View

By Ana Paula Marques

114

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19. The Entrepreneurship in Communication as an Educational- Learning Method: University Teaching and Educommunication

By Gloria Jiménez-Marín, Rodrigo Elías Zambrano and Elena Bellido- Pérez

107

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20. Business Plan: In or Out? A Holistic View of the Combination of Planning and Learning Processes when Evaluating Business Opportunities

By Sandra Filipa Moreira Fernandes, Amélia Maria Pinto da Cunha Brandão and Carlos Henrique Figueiredo e Melo de Brito

145

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21. Does Gender Matter in Strategies Adopted to Face the Economic Crisis? A Comparison Between Men and Women Entrepreneurs

By Andrea Buratti, Francesca Maria Cesaroni and Annalisa Sentuti

122

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22. Testing Gender Productivity Difference with Informal Enterprises Data: A Case Study of Burkina Faso

By Akouwerabou Babikigalaga Dénis, Legala-Keud Genesquin Guibert and Bayala Balibié Auguste Serge

134

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23. Deinstitutionalization through Business Model Evolution: Women Entrepreneurs in the Middle East and North Africa

By Richard A. Hunt and Lauren L. Ortiz-Hunt

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