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Small Business Economics

Small Business Economics 2/2021

Issue 2/2021

Special Issue: Knowledge Frontiers and Boundaries in Entrepreneurship Research and Special Issue: Diversity, Innovation, Entrepreneurship – Regional, Urban, National and International Perspectives

Table of Contents ( 22 Articles )

18-06-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

Knowledge frontiers and boundaries in entrepreneurship research

Maksim Belitski, Rosa Caiazza, Erik E. Lehmann

03-06-2019 | Issue 2/2021

Does equity crowdfunding democratize entrepreneurial finance?

Douglas Cumming, Michele Meoli, Silvio Vismara

26-06-2019 | Issue 2/2021

The relationship between origin and performance of innovative start-ups: the role of technological knowledge at founding

Tommaso Minola, Davide Hahn, Lucio Cassia

04-06-2019 | Issue 2/2021

Amenities, subcultures, and entrepreneurship

David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann, Nikolaus Seitz

03-06-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

Cultural diversity and knowledge in explaining entrepreneurship in European cities

David B. Audretsch, Maksim Belitski, Julia Korosteleva

24-05-2019 | Issue 2/2021

Local knowledge composition and the emergence of entrepreneurial activities across industries: evidence from Italian NUTS-3 regions

Alessandra Colombelli, Gianluca Orsatti, Francesco Quatraro

29-05-2019 | Issue 2/2021

Knowledge-based service economy and firm entry: an alternative to the knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship

Alexandra Tsvetkova, Mark Partridge

27-06-2019 | Issue 2/2021

The influence of exploratory versus exploitative acquisitions on innovation output in the biotechnology industry

Stephanie Lange, Marcus Wagner

26-05-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

Taxes, the tax administrative burden and the entrepreneurial life cycle

Pontus Braunerhjelm, Johan E. Eklund, Per Thulin

08-06-2019 | Issue 2/2021

How do country R&D change the allocation of self-employment across different types?

Andrew Burke, Serhiy Lyalkov, Ana Millán, José María Millán, André van Stel

27-05-2019 | Issue 2/2021

The complementarity perspective to the entrepreneurial ecosystem taxonomy

Andrew Godley, Norbert Morawetz, Lebene Soga

24-05-2019 | Issue 2/2021

Corporate entrepreneurship strategy: extending our knowledge boundaries through configuration theory

Patrick M. Kreiser, Donald F. Kuratko, Jeffrey G. Covin, R. Duane Ireland, Jeffrey S. Hornsby

24-10-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

Diversity, innovation and entrepreneurship: where are we and where should we go in future studies?

Charlie Karlsson, Jonna Rickardsson, Joakim Wincent

20-11-2019 | Issue 2/2021

Innovation and diversity: the role of knowledge networks in the inventive capacity of cities

Francesco Capone, Luciana Lazzeretti, Niccolò Innocenti

06-12-2019 | Issue 2/2021

Protectionist policies and diversity of entrepreneurial types

Nachiket Bhawe, Shaker A. Zahra, Chen Chao, Garry D. Bruton

11-11-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

Entrepreneurial ecosystem elements

Erik Stam, Andrew van de Ven

11-11-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

Developing local entrepreneurial ecosystems through integrated learning initiatives: the Lancaster case

Rhiannon Pugh, Danny Soetanto, Sarah L. Jack, Eleanor Hamilton

21-10-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

Have we oversold the Silicon Valley model of entrepreneurship?

David B. Audretsch

26-10-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

How individual cognitions overshadow regulations and group norms: a study of government venture capital decisions

Jeaneth Johansson, Malin Malmström, Joakim Wincent, Vinit Parida

16-09-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

Types of institutions and well-being of self-employed and paid employees in Europe

Michael Fritsch, Alina Sorgner, Michael Wyrwich

08-11-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

Gender (in)equality within the household and business start-up among mothers

Lucia Naldi, Massimo Baù, Helene Ahl, Magdalena Markowska

08-11-2019 | Issue 2/2021 Open Access

Working for an entrepreneur: heaven or hell?

Kristina Nyström

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