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A history of entrepreneurship

By: Hebert, Robert F.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Routledge studies in the history of economics no.; 104. Publisher: London Routledge 2009Description: xix, 118 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9780415777384.Subject(s): Businesspeople | Entrepreneurship - Cross-cultural studies | Entrepreneurship - HistoryDDC classification: 338.0409 Summary: This book establishes a chronological trace of the entrepreneur as treated in economic literature in order to give a more wholesome perspective to contemporary writings and teachings on entrepreneurship. It focuses on the nature and role of the entrepreneur, and of entrepreneurship, as revealed in economic literature as early as the eighteenth century, when Richard Cantillon first coined the term 'entrepreneur'. The authors then trace how Joseph Schumpeter's perspective, among other's, on entrepreneurship came to dominate the world's understanding of the term. (http://www.remote-sensing.routledge.com/books/details/9780415777384/)
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This book establishes a chronological trace of the entrepreneur as treated in economic literature in order to give a more wholesome perspective to contemporary writings and teachings on entrepreneurship. It focuses on the nature and role of the entrepreneur, and of entrepreneurship, as revealed in economic literature as early as the eighteenth century, when Richard Cantillon first coined the term 'entrepreneur'. The authors then trace how Joseph Schumpeter's perspective, among other's, on entrepreneurship came to dominate the world's understanding of the term. (http://www.remote-sensing.routledge.com/books/details/9780415777384/)

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