Introduction : broadening the scope and dynamics of entrepreneurship research in Europe

  title={Introduction : broadening the scope and dynamics of entrepreneurship research in Europe},
  author={Paula Kyr{\"o} and Alain Fayolle},
This book continues the discourse on the dynamics of entrepreneurship research set in motion in the first book in this series, European Research in Entrepreneurship (Fayolle et al., 2005). At that time our aim was to identify and elaborate the emergence of a European position in the entrepreneurship debate and to see what kind of a profile the European research might have. The positive response to that book indicated that European research does indeed have its specifics, which merit further… CONTINUE READING

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