The Industrial Structure of Production: A Research Agenda for Innovation in an Entrepreneurial Economy

@article{Coase2011TheIS,
  title={The Industrial Structure of Production: A Research Agenda for Innovation in an Entrepreneurial Economy},
  author={R. Coase and N. Wang},
  journal={Entrepreneurship Research Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={1}
}
Abstract 
The Technology Enabled Entrepreneur: Today's Hope for a Better Tomorrow
  • A Schulman Stuart, G Rogoff Edward
  • 2011
Abstract
Social Business: An Emerging Entrepreneurship Research Focus
Abstract We are living in a time where innovation and technology are dominant economic and societal change agents that warrant special consideration and attention in entrepreneurship research. ThisExpand
The Imperative and Missing Crux of Entrepreneurship Research
The Theory of Entrepreneurship: Creating and Sustaining Entrepreneurial Value posits that entrepreneurship is a crucial yet disorderly and complicated social process of value creation, and challengesExpand
The Theory of Entrepreneurial Competence
Within the Entrepreneurial Value Creation Theory, the Theory of Entrepreneurial Competence combines resources and opportunities, propelled by entrepreneurial intention, resulting in anExpand
Neoclassical Entrepreneurship Theory: Limits and Insights for a Heterodox Approach
Neoclassical approaches explain the distinctiveness of entrepreneurship by watering down perfect rationality to a selective instead of a generalized feature among the population, and completeExpand
Neoclassical Entrepreneurship Theory: Limits and Insights for a Heterodox Approach
Neoclassical approaches explain the distinctiveness of entrepreneurship by watering down perfect rationality to a selective instead of a generalized feature among the population, and completeExpand
The Theory of Entrepreneurial Intentionality
Entrepreneurial intention represents one of the two major inputs of the Entrepreneurial Value Creation Theory. Although the phenomenon of intention is not unique to entrepreneurship, it nonethelessExpand
Entrepreneurship and Community: The Next Frontier of Entrepreneurship Inquiry
In this article, the authors examine the existing literature addressing the relationship between entrepreneurship and the community and conclude that this is an important, yet relatively neglected,Expand
Toward the Cluster Model
Building on a longitudinal case study, this article describes the entrepreneurial behavior of a multinational family firm over generations. The study inductively raises the theoretic level to fillExpand
Mechanization Outsourcing Clusters and Division of Labor in Chinese Agriculture
Most of the poor in the developing countries are smallholder farmers. Improving their productivity is essential for reducing poverty. Despite small landholdings, a high degree of land fragmentation,Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 12 REFERENCES
The Institutional Structure of Production
Prize Lecture to the memory of Alfred Nobel, December 9, 1991. (This abstract was borrowed from another version of this item.)
The use of knowledge about society
Abstract Selection of efficient institutions or policies in politics requires constituents to estimate the net benefits of political reforms. Political competition fails to inform constituents of theExpand
Coase on entrepreneurship
Following a short biography of Nobel Laureate economist Ronald H. Coase, this two part interview explores (1) Coase’s life history and thoughts on academic scholarship and (2) Coase’s perspective onExpand
Principles of Economics
BOOK I: PRELIMINARY SURVEY 1. Introduction 2. The Substance of Economics 3. Economic Generalizations or Laws 4. The Order and Aims of Economic Studies BOOK II: SOME FUNDAMENTAL NOTIONS 1.Expand
Prophet of Innovation: Joseph Schumpeter and Creative Destruction
Pan Am, Gimbel's, Pullman, Douglas Aircraft, Digital Equipment Corporation, British Leyland - all once as strong as dinosaurs, all now just as extinct. Destruction of businesses, fortunes, products,Expand
Strategy, ownership, governance, and socio-psychological perspectives on family businesses from around the world
This prologue to the special issue documents and discusses the current family business research literature on strategy, ownership, governance and the socio-psychological dimension. The articles inExpand
Risk, Uncertainty and Profit
In Risk, Uncertainty and Profit, Frank Knight explored the riddle of profitability in a competitive market profit should not be possible under competitive conditions, as the entry of newExpand
The Use of Knowledge in Society
AbstractWhat is the problem we wish to solve when we try to construct a rational economic order?On certain familiar assumptions the answer is simple enough. If we possess all the relevantExpand
Revisiting, Reexamining and
  • 2011
...
1
2
...