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Does entrepreneurial self-efficacy distinguish entrepreneurs from managers?
Abstract Previous research on the psychology of entrepreneurs found that personality traits such as locus of control failed to distinguish entrepreneurs from managers. In search of an individualExpand
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Entrepreneurship education: known worlds and new frontiers
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From initial idea to unique advantage: the entrepreneurial challenge of constructing a resource base
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The Prevalence of Nascent Entrepreneurs in the United States: Evidence from the Panel Study of Entrepreneurial Dynamics
The Panel Study of Entrepreneurial Dynamics (PSED) is a national longitudinal sample of 64,622 U.S. households that were contacted to find individuals who were actively engaged in starting newExpand
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Women entrepreneurs who break through to equity financing: The influence of human, social and financial capital
This is one of the first efforts to systematically study attributes of women business owners and their equity financing strategies. The study explored the factors associated with the use of equityExpand
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Internationalization of Small Firms
Literature from export development and international entrepreneurship argues that personal factors, or the owner/founder's human capital, strongly influence the choice and degree ofExpand
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Who Are Ethnic Entrepreneurs? A Study of Entrepreneursapos; Ethnic Involvement and Business Characteristics
This article proposes that the term “ethnic entrepreneur” should be defined by the levels of personal involvement of the entrepreneur in the ethnic community instead of reported ethnic grouping. ItExpand
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Women Entrepreneurs: Moving Front and Center: An Overview of Research and Theory
Unless your name was Knight or Schumpeter, getting a paper on entrepreneurship published in a scholarly journal was next to impossible before 1976 – the year when the American Journal of SmallExpand
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Start‐up Motivations and Growth Intentions of Minority Nascent Entrepreneurs
Firm growth is widely considered to be a measure of success for entrepreneurial businesses. Data indicate that there are systematic differences between minority and nonminority‐owned firms withExpand
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Growth-oriented Women Entrepreneurs and their Businesses
Edited by Candida G. Brush, Franklin W. Olin Distinguished Chair of Entrepreneurship, Babson College, Nancy M. Carter, Vice President of Research, Catalyst, Inc. and Richard M. Schulze Chair,Expand
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