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The Resource Critical perspectives on entrepreneurship : challenging dominant discourses, edited by Caroline Essers, Pascal Dey, Deirdre Tedmanson, Karen Verduyn, (electronic book)

Critical perspectives on entrepreneurship : challenging dominant discourses, edited by Caroline Essers, Pascal Dey, Deirdre Tedmanson, Karen Verduyn, (electronic book)

Label
Critical perspectives on entrepreneurship : challenging dominant discourses
Title
Critical perspectives on entrepreneurship
Title remainder
challenging dominant discourses
Statement of responsibility
edited by Caroline Essers, Pascal Dey, Deirdre Tedmanson, Karen Verduyn
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Entrepreneurship is largely considered to be a positive force, driving venture creation and economic growth. Critical Perspectives on Entrepreneurship questions the accepted norms and dominant assumptions of scholarship on the matter, and reveals how they can actually obscure important questions of identity, ideology and inequality. The book's distinguished authors and editors explore how entrepreneurship study can privilege certain forms of economic action, whilst labelling other, more collective forms of organization and exchange as problematic. Demystifying the archetypal vision of the white, male entrepreneur, this book gives voice to other entrepreneurial subjectivities and engages with the tensions, paradoxes and ambiguities at the heart of the topic. This challenging collection seeks to further the momentum for alternate analyses of the field, and to promote the growing voice of critical entrepreneurship studies. It is a useful tool for researchers, advanced students and policy-makers
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Cataloging source
  • StDuBDS
  • StDuBDS
Dewey number
338.04
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HB615
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Essers, Caroline
  • Dey, Pascal
  • Tedmanson, Deirdre
  • Verduyn, Karen
Series statement
Routledge rethinking entrepreneurship research
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Entrepreneurship
Target audience
specialized
Label
Critical perspectives on entrepreneurship : challenging dominant discourses, edited by Caroline Essers, Pascal Dey, Deirdre Tedmanson, Karen Verduyn, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
<p>1. Critical Entrepreneurship Studies - a Manifesto <i>Caroline Essers, Pascal Dey, Deirdre Tedmanson and Karen Verduyn<p></i><b> <p>Section 1: Contesting Neo-Liberal Aspects of Traditional Entrepreneurship Approaches </p></b> <p>2. Social Entrepreneurs: Precious and Precarious <i>Karin Berglund<p></i> <p>3. Social Enterprise and the Everydayness of Precarious Indigenous Cambodian Villagers: Challenging ethnocentric epistemologies <i>Isaac Lyne<p></i> <p>4. Reasons to be Fearful: The G̀oogle Model of Production', entrepreneurship, corporate power, and the concentration of dispersed knowledge <i>Gerard Hanlon<p></i><b> <p>Section 2: Locating New Forms of Indigenous and Community-Based Entrepreneurship</p></b> <p>5. Emerging Entrepreneurship in South America <i>Miguel Imas<p></i> <p>6. Challenging Leadership in Discourses of Indigenous Entrepreneurship in Australia <i>Deirdre Tedmanson and Michelle Evans<p></i> <p>7. Feeding the City: The importance of the informal Warung restaurants for the urban economy in Indonesia <i>Peter de Boer and Lothar Smith<p></i><b> <p>Section 3: Critiquing the Archetype of the White, Christian Entrepreneur </p></b> <p>8. Injecting Reality into the Migrant Entrepreneurship Agenda <i>Monder Ram, Trevor Jones and Maria Villares<p></i> <p>9. Bringing Strategy Back: Ethnic minority entrepreneurs' construction of legitimacy by f̀itting in' and s̀tanding out' in the creative industries <i>Annelies Thoelen and Patrizia Zanoni<p></i> <p>10. A Critical Reflection on Female Migrant Entrepreneurship in the Netherlands <i>Karen Verduyn and Caroline Essers<p></i><b> <p>Section 4: Challenging the Gendered Sub-Text in Entrepreneurship</p></b> <p>11. Critically Evaluating Contemporary Entrepreneurship from a Feminist Perspective <i>Susan Marlow and Haya Al-Dajani<p></i> <p>12. On Entrepreneurship and Empowerment: Postcolonial feminist interventions <i>Banu </i><i>Ozkazanc-Pan</i></p> <p>13. Bridging the Gap Between Resistance and Power Through Agency: An empirical analysis of struggle by immigrant woman entrepreneurs <i>Huriye Aygren<p></i><b> <p>Section 5: Deconstructing Entrepreneurship</p></b> <p>14. Governance of Welfare and Expropriation of the Common: Polish tales of entrepreneurship<b> </b><i>Dorota Marsh and Pete Thomas</i></p> <p>15. Deconstructing Ecopreneurship <i>Annika Skoglund</i><b><p></b>
Control code
AH30994942
Extent
264 pages
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
After 5 minutes Preview, click on &#x32;Request Access&#x33;, fill in a form with your details. If triggered, the book will be loaned and tied to the one user for 1 week, during which time users can read or download as they choose. 4th user request triggers auto-purchase
Isbn
9781317382010
Lccn
2016035803
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations (black and white)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Critical perspectives on entrepreneurship : challenging dominant discourses, edited by Caroline Essers, Pascal Dey, Deirdre Tedmanson, Karen Verduyn, (electronic book)
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
<p>1. Critical Entrepreneurship Studies - a Manifesto <i>Caroline Essers, Pascal Dey, Deirdre Tedmanson and Karen Verduyn<p></i><b> <p>Section 1: Contesting Neo-Liberal Aspects of Traditional Entrepreneurship Approaches </p></b> <p>2. Social Entrepreneurs: Precious and Precarious <i>Karin Berglund<p></i> <p>3. Social Enterprise and the Everydayness of Precarious Indigenous Cambodian Villagers: Challenging ethnocentric epistemologies <i>Isaac Lyne<p></i> <p>4. Reasons to be Fearful: The G̀oogle Model of Production', entrepreneurship, corporate power, and the concentration of dispersed knowledge <i>Gerard Hanlon<p></i><b> <p>Section 2: Locating New Forms of Indigenous and Community-Based Entrepreneurship</p></b> <p>5. Emerging Entrepreneurship in South America <i>Miguel Imas<p></i> <p>6. Challenging Leadership in Discourses of Indigenous Entrepreneurship in Australia <i>Deirdre Tedmanson and Michelle Evans<p></i> <p>7. Feeding the City: The importance of the informal Warung restaurants for the urban economy in Indonesia <i>Peter de Boer and Lothar Smith<p></i><b> <p>Section 3: Critiquing the Archetype of the White, Christian Entrepreneur </p></b> <p>8. Injecting Reality into the Migrant Entrepreneurship Agenda <i>Monder Ram, Trevor Jones and Maria Villares<p></i> <p>9. Bringing Strategy Back: Ethnic minority entrepreneurs' construction of legitimacy by f̀itting in' and s̀tanding out' in the creative industries <i>Annelies Thoelen and Patrizia Zanoni<p></i> <p>10. A Critical Reflection on Female Migrant Entrepreneurship in the Netherlands <i>Karen Verduyn and Caroline Essers<p></i><b> <p>Section 4: Challenging the Gendered Sub-Text in Entrepreneurship</p></b> <p>11. Critically Evaluating Contemporary Entrepreneurship from a Feminist Perspective <i>Susan Marlow and Haya Al-Dajani<p></i> <p>12. On Entrepreneurship and Empowerment: Postcolonial feminist interventions <i>Banu </i><i>Ozkazanc-Pan</i></p> <p>13. Bridging the Gap Between Resistance and Power Through Agency: An empirical analysis of struggle by immigrant woman entrepreneurs <i>Huriye Aygren<p></i><b> <p>Section 5: Deconstructing Entrepreneurship</p></b> <p>14. Governance of Welfare and Expropriation of the Common: Polish tales of entrepreneurship<b> </b><i>Dorota Marsh and Pete Thomas</i></p> <p>15. Deconstructing Ecopreneurship <i>Annika Skoglund</i><b><p></b>
Control code
AH30994942
Extent
264 pages
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
After 5 minutes Preview, click on &#x32;Request Access&#x33;, fill in a form with your details. If triggered, the book will be loaned and tied to the one user for 1 week, during which time users can read or download as they choose. 4th user request triggers auto-purchase
Isbn
9781317382010
Lccn
2016035803
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations (black and white)
Specific material designation
remote

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