Innovation is a core driver of the development of economies, and all the more so in modern, knowledge-based economies, and entrepreneurship is a core driver of economic innovation. In fact, in economic life and public policy initiatives, as well as in research and teaching, there has been a significant revival of entrepreneurship.

However, the way in which entrepreneurship is studied is characterized by pronounced fragmentation into different fields and the way in which it is taught is often not much ahead of practice. This book contributes to overcoming those limitations by integrating different perspectives in economics, organization and management, and in treating the subject in an accessible but theoretically informed way.

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