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Sociology of Entrepreneurship

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ISBN-10: 0762314338

ISBN-13: 9780762314331

Edition: 2007

Authors: Martin Ruef, Michael Lounsbury

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This text is separated into four parts: 'Entry into Entrepreneurial Activity', 'Immigrant Entrepreneurship and Enclaves', 'Academic Entrepreneurship' and 'Entrepreneurship and Organizational Forms'.
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Book details

List price: $151.99
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Emerald Publishing Limited
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 368
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.540
Language: English

Martin Ruef is the Egan Family Professor of Sociology and director of Markets and Management Studies at Duke University. His books include "Institutional Change and Healthcare Organizations", "Organizations Evolving", and "Between Slavery and Capitalism" (Princeton).

Introduction to Volume
The Sociology of Entrepreneurship
Entry into Entrepreneurial Activity
A Life Course Perspective on Occupational Inheritance: Self-employed Parents and Their Children
Closure and Exposure: Mechanisms in the Intergenerational Transmission of Self-employment
Boundary Formation in Emergent Organizations
Immigrant Entrepreneurship and Enclaves
Revisiting the Enclave Hypothesis: Miami Twenty-Five Years Later
The Force of Regulation in the Land of the Free: The Persistence of Chinatown, Washington a Symbolic Ethnic Enclave
Academic Entrepreneurship
From Vulnerable to Venerated: The Institutionalization of Academic Entrepreneurship in the Life Sciences
Start-ups in Science: Entrepreneurs, Diverse Backing, and Novelty Outside Business
Entrepreneurship and Organizational Forms
Turning Identity into Form
The Cause and Consequence for Kaiser Permanente of Becoming an HMO
Entrepreneurship at the Margins of Society: Founding Dynamics in Gray (Sex Shops) and Black Markets (Mafia)