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This paper conducts a two-step literature review that synthesizes entrepreneurship research in the creative industries into a mechanism-based framework and elaborates the particularities of the field. Secondly, the identified mechanisms of passion, lifestyle, bricolage, and symbolic value in current entrepreneurship theory are considered in order to advance entrepreneurship as a field of research out of the creative industries context. The information collected on agenda setting substantiates a coherent entrepreneurial phenomenon that originates from passion and points to the full exploration of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Transforming motivational drivers into a symbolic value system of actual, anticipated, and realized states of affairs enables the recording and comprehension of choices and actions of individuals at different stages in their entrepreneurial journeys that emerge from actionable opportunities. The findings contribute to investigations that view entrepreneurship as a method of human behavior that associates possibilities for living with economic performance, which is especially salient in the creative industries context.
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