- Author:William D. Bygrave
- Publisher:Babson College Center for (August 1, 2005)
- Pages:735 pages
- Subcategory:Small Business & Entrepreneurship
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The 24th annual Babson Kauffman Entrepreneurship .
Conference Paper · January 2006 with 874 Reads. Its main focus are students' entrepreneurial intentions and activities
Conference Paper · January 2006 with 874 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Cite this publication. Its main focus are students' entrepreneurial intentions and activities. Other topics of interest are, for instance, n ascent entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial teams, founder social identity, and family firm succession.
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annual conference in addition to invited external expert contributions.
Volumes comprise of specially selected papers submitted to the ISBE annual conference in addition to invited external expert contributions. Each volume is designed around a specific theme of importance to the entrepreneurship and small business community. Gender, entrepreneurship and family business.