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University Textbooks

1.     Allen, Kathleen R., (2003). Launching New Ventures: an entrepreneurial approach (3rd Edition). Houghton Mifflin Company.

2.     Anderson, Philip H., Beveridge, David A., and Scott, Timothy W., (2000). Threshold Entrepreneur: A New Business Venture Stimulation (Team Version). Prentice Hall.

3.     Buskirk, Richard H., Davis, R. Mack, and Price, Courtney, (2001). Planning and Growing a Business: Venture Planning Field Guide. Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.

4.     Bygrave, William D. and Zacharakis, Andrew (Eds.), (2004). The Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship (3rd Edition). John Wiley & Sons.

5.     Daft, Richard L. (2004). Organization Theory and Design (8th Edition). Thomson South-Western.

6.     Dorf, Richard C., and Byers, Thomas H., (2005). Technology Ventures: From Idea to Enterprise. McGraw Hill.

7.     Galbraith, Jay; Downey, Diane; and Kates, Amy, (2002). Designing Dynamic Organizations: A Hands-On Guide for Leaders at All Levels. American Management Association.

8.     Hisrich, Robert D. and Peters, Michael, (2002). Entrepreneurship: International Edition (Fifth Edition). McGraw-Hill/Irwin.

9.     Kao, Raymond W. Y. (2001). Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development in Asia. Prentice Hall.

10.  Kaplan, Jack M., (2003). Patterns of Entrepreneurship. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

11.  Kuratko, Donald F.; Hodgetts, Richard M., (2004). Entrepreneurship: Theory, Process, Practice (6th Edition). Thomson South-Western.

12.  Kuratko, Donald F.; Hodgetts, Richard; and Kuratko, Don (1997). Entrepreneurship: A Contemporary Approach. Harcourt College Pub.

13.  Mohram, Susan Albers; Mohrman, Allan M.,(1997). Designing and Leading Team-Based Organizations: a workbook for organizational self-design. Jossey-Bass Inc.

14.  Sahlman, William A.; Stevenson, Howard H.; Roberts, Michael J.; and Bhide, Amar (Eds.), (1999). The Entrepreneurial Venture. The Practice of Management Series, Harvard Business School Press.

15.  Zimmerer, Thomas W. and Scarborough, Norman M.. (2005). Essentials of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management. (4th Edition). Pearson Education.

 

Professional and Continuing Education

1.     Wold, David P. (Editor), (2002). NxLevel Guide for Business Start-Ups (3rd Edition). NxLeveL Education Foundation.

2.     Wold, David P. (Editor). (2002). NxLeveL Guide for Entrepreneurs. NxLeveL Education Foundation

 

Books about entrepreneurship for educators and aspiring entrepreneurs

1.     Berger, Brigitte (1991). The Culture of Entrepreneurship. ICS Press.

2.     Bhide, Amar V. (2003). The Origin and Evolution of New Businesses. Oxford University Press.

3.     Catlin, Katherine; Matthews, Jana B.; Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurship (2002). Building the Awesome Organization: Six Essential Components that Drive Business Growth. Wiley.

4.     Collins, James C. and Lazier, William C. (1995). Beyond Entrepreneurship: Turning Your Business into an Enduring Great Company. Prentice Hall Press.

5.     Collins, James C. and Lazier, William C. (1995). Beyond Entrepreneurship: Turning Your Business into an Enduring Great Company. Prentice Hall Press.

6.     Collins, Jim and Porras, Jerry I. (2002). Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies. Harper Business Essentials.

7.     Davidsson, Per (2004). Researching Entrepreneurship. Springer.

8.     De Bruin, Anne, and DuPuis, Ann (Eds.) (2003). Entrepreneurship: New Perspectives in A Global Age. Ashgate Publishing.

9.     Drucker, Peter (1993).  Innovation and Entrepreneurship. HarperBusiness.

10.  Duggan, William (2003). The Art of What Works: How Success Really Happens. McGraw-Hill.

11.  Dyer, W. Gibb (1992). The Entrepreneurial Experience: Confronting Career Dilemmas of the Start-Up Executive. Jossey-Bass.

12.  Gerber, Michael E. (1995). The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to do About It. HarperBusiness.

13.  Gunther, McGratham and MacMillan, Ian (2000). The Entrepreneurial Mindset. Harvard Business School Press.

14.  Hjorth, Daniel (2003). Rewriting Entrepreneurship: for a new perspective on organizational creativity. CBS Press.

15.  Holtz-Eakin, Douglas (Ed.) (2004). Public Policy and the Economics of Entrepreneurship. The MIT Press.

16.  Kao, Raymond W. Y.; Kao, Kenneth, R.; and Kao, Rowland R. (2002). Entrepreneurism: A Philosophy and a Sensible Alternative. World Scientific Company.

17.  Kawasaki, Guy (2004). The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything. Portfolio Hardcover.

18.  Kent, C. A.; Sexton, D. L., and Vesper, K. H. (Eds.) (1982). Encyclopedia of Entrepreneurship. Prentice Hall.

19.  Lichtenstein, Gregg A. and Lyons, Thomas S. (1996). Incubating New Enterprises: A Guide To Successful Practice. The Aspen Institute.

20.  Mathews, Jana; Dennis, Jeff; and Economy, Peter (2003). Lessons from the Edge: Survival Skills for Starting and Growing a Company. Oxford University Press.

21.  Milner, John (1997). A Psychological Typology of Successful Entrepreneurs. Quorum Books.

22.  Morris, Michael H. (1998). Entrepreneurial Intensity. Quorum Books.

23.  Price, Robert W. (2004). Roadmap to Entrepreneurial Success: Powerful Strategies for Building a High-Profit Business. AMACOM.

24.  Sexton, Donald (1992). The State of the Art of Entrepreneurship. Pws Pub Co.

25.  Sexton, D., and Smiler, R. (Eds.) (1986). The Art and Science of Entrepreneurship. Ballinger.

26.  Shane, Scott (2004). A General Theory of Entrepreneurship: The Individual-opportunity Nexus. Edward Elger Pub.

27.  Sightler, Kevin (2000). Bibliographic Resources on Entrepreneurship, Self Defeating Behaviors, and the Fears of Success and Failure. Mellen Press.

28.  Smilor, Raymond W. and Smilor, Ray (2001). Daring Visionaries: How Entrepreneurs Build Companies, Inspire Allegiance, and Create Wealth. Adams Media Corporation.

29.  Stephenson, James (2002). Ultimate Start-Up Directory. Entrepreneur Press.

30.  Strauss, Steven D. (2002). Business Start-Up Kit. Dearborn Trade.

31.  Swedberg, Richard (2000). Entrepreneurship: A Social Science View. Oxford University Press.

32.  Timmons, Jeffry A., (1989). The Entrepreneurial Mind: Winning strategies for starting, renewing and harvesting new and existing ventures.  Brick House Publishing Co.

33.  Vesper, Karl H. (1989).  New Venture Strategies (2nd Ed.). Prentice Hall.

 

Journal Articles

1.        Aldrich, H. E., and Martinez, M. A. (2001). Many are called, but few are chosen: an Evolutionary perspective for the study of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 25(4): 41-56.

2.        Birch, David (2004). Education Matters - But Does Entrepreneurship Education? Academy of Management Learning and Education, Vol. 3, No. 3: 289–292.

3.        Bjerke, Bjorn and Hultman, Claes (2002).  A dynamic perspective on entrepreneurship, leadership and management as a proper mix for growth. International Journal of Innovation and Learning, Vol. 1, No. 1: 72-93.

4.        Boettke, Peter J. and Coyne, Christopher J. (2003). Entrepreneurship and Development: Cause or Consequence? Working Paper 6: Global Prosperity Initiative, Mercatus Center, George Mason University. Available online (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.mercatus.org/pdf/materials/441.pdf

5.        Boettke, Peter J. and Coyne, Christopher, J. (   ). What Role for Entrepreneurship in Economic Development? Evidence from the First, Second and Third World. Working Paper 14: Global Prosperity Initiative, Mercatus Center, George Mason University.

6.        Butler, John Sibley (2002). The Science of New Ventures: Combining Theory and Practice for Wealth and Job Creation through Entrepreneurship. Coleman White Paper. Available online (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.colemanchairs.org/whitepaper.asp

7.        Choi, David, Y. and Gray, Ed R., “The Venture Development Process of ‘Sustainable’ Entrepreneurs”, Rural Entrepreneurship News, Vol. 4, No. 5, April 1, 2005.

8.        Dobrev, Stanislav and Barnett, William (2005). Organizational roles and Transitions to Entrepreneurship. Forthcoming in: Academy of Management Journal.

9.        Etizioni, Amitai (1987). Entrepreneurship, Adaptation and Legitimisation. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Vol. 8: 175-189.

10.     Filion, L. J. (1997). From Entrepreneurship to Entreprenology. Paper presented at 42nd ICSB World Conference, June, San Francisco, 1997.

11.     Foster. (2003). Individual Differences in Learning Entrepreneurship… British Journal of Educational Technology. 1-Sep-03. Vol. 34, No. 4: 455-465.

12.     Gelderen, Marco van; Thurik, Roy; and Bosma, Niels (2003). Success and Risk Factors in the Pre Startup Phase. Scales Working Paper: N200314. EIM: Business & Policy Research. Available online (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.eim.net/pdf-ez/N200314.pdf

13.     Greve, Arent (1995), Networks and Entrepreneurship: an analysis of social relations, occupational background, and use of contacts during the establishment process. The Scandinavian Journal of Management. Vol. 11(1): 1-24.

14.     Krug, B. and Mehta, J. (2001). Entrepreneurship by Alliance. ERIM Report Series Research in Management, Erasmus Research Institute of Management, December. 

15.     Landier, Augustine (2001). Entrepreneurship and the Stigma of Failure. MIT Job Market Paper. Unpublished thesis.

16.     Littunen, Hanna (2000). Entrepreneurship and the characteristics of the entrepreneurial personality. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, Vol. 6, No. 6: 295.

17.     Lonmo, Charlene (2004). Characteristics of Firms that Grow from Small to Medium Size: Synthesis Report. Presented to the Industrial Research Assistance Program, National Research Council of Canada. Innovation Analysis Bulletin, Vol. 6, No. 3.

18.     Mitchell, R. et al (2002). Toward a Theory of Entrepreneurial Cognition: Rethinking the People Side of Entrepreneurship Research. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Winter, Vol. 27, No. 2: 93.

19.     Morris, Michael H. (2001). The Emergence of Entrepreneurial Marketing: Nature and Meaning. Coleman Foundation White Paper. Available online (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.colemanchairs.org/files/documents/22/morris_final_11_281.pdf

20.     National Commission on Entrepreneurship (2001). Five Myths About Entrepreneurs: Understanding How Businesses Start and Grow. Online publication, available (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.renderx.com/~renderx/myths/en/art_letter.pdf

21.     Schramm, C. J. (2004). Building Entrepreneurial Economies. Foreign Affairs Vol. 83 No. 4 (July/August): 104-15.

22.     Smilor, Ray (2005). Values That Sustain Entrepreneurs. Available online (April 26, 2005) at: EntreWorld: http://www.entreworld.com/Content/TopAdvise.cfm?ColumnID=639

23.     Stevenson, H.H. and Jarillo, J.C. (1990). A paradigm of entrepreneurship: entrepreneurial management. Strategic Management Journal, Vol. II: 17-27.

24.     Timmons, Jeffry A. (2003). Entrepreneurial Thinking: Can It Be Taught? Coleman White Paper Presentation, 2003 Annual Conference of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Hilton Head Island, SC.

25.     Upton, Nancy (1997). Successful Experiences of Entrepreneurship Center Directors: A project of the National Association of Entrepreneurship Centers. Baylor University Available online (April 26, 2005) at: http://www.entreworld.org/About/SuccessfulExperiences.pdf

26.     van der Sluis, Justin et al(2004). Entrepreneurship Selection and Performance.  Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper. November 1, 2004. TI 2003-046/3

27.     Wennekers, Sander and Thurik, Roy (1999). Linking Entrepreneurship with Economic Growth. Small Business Economics. Aug. Vol. 13, No. 1: 27-56.

28.     Zafirovski, Milan (1999). Probing into the social layers of entrepreneurship: outlines of the sociology of enterprise. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, October Vol. 11, No. 4: 351 – 371.

 

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