International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research: Volume 27 Issue 9


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Passionate and engaged? Passion for inventing and work engagement in different knowledge work contexts

Ilona Toth, Sanna Heinänen, Kaisu Puumalainen

In response to the increasing interest in entrepreneurs' well-being in both the entrepreneurship and management research fields, this study builds and tests a research…


The definition of entrepreneurship: is it less complex than we think?

Sam Prince, Stephen Chapman, Peter Cassey

The paper introduces a new conceptualisation of entrepreneurship that promotes a broader perspective of the phenomenon. The purpose of the paper is to re-conceptualise the…


Mobilisation of survivability capital – family firm response to the coronavirus crisis

Beata Agnieszka Żukowska, Olga Anna Martyniuk, Robert Zajkowski

Survivability capital is a unique resource resulting from the “familiness” constituting an inherent feature of family firms. Familiness represents the ability of family…


Educating towards the prudent entrepreneurial self – an educational journey including agency and social awareness to handle the unknown

Gustav Hägg, Colin Jones

This paper explores the idea of the prudent entrepreneurial self, through re-conceptualizing prudence into the domain of entrepreneurial education, to unite the two…

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