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Proceedings of the 1981 Conference on Entrepreneurship at Babson College
Babson Center For Entrepreneurial Studies
Karl H. Vesper
University of Washington
SURVEYS OF ENTREPRENEURS
1. A Now Look at Business Entry, Arnold C. Cooper and William C. Dunkelborg.
2. The Woman Entrepreneur, Robert D. Hisrich and Marie O'Brien.
3. Female Executives Versus Female Entrepreneurs Donald L. Sexton and Calvin A. Kent.
4. Managerial Problems of Entrepreneurs, Yvon Gasse and Gerald d'Amboise.
5. Entrepreneurs and Their Companies, John R. Thorne and John G. Ball.
6. Startups from a Large University in a Small Town, Charles A. Rodenbarger and John McCray.
7 Patterns of Acquistion in Silicon Valley, Albert V. Bruno and Arnold C. Cooper.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN OTHER COUNTRIES
8. Research on Entrepreneurship in Canada, Kenneth E. Loucks
9. Bankruptcies by Typo of Entrepreneur in Canada, Russell M. Knight.
10. Research on Entrepreneurship in Germany, Norbert Szyperski and Heinz Klandt.
11. Entrepreneurship in Puerto Rico, David G. Janssen and Robert D. Hisrich.
12. Survey of the Most Active Venture Capital Firms, Jeffry A. Timmons.
13. Informal Risk Capital in New England, William E. Wetzel, Jr.
14. Flow of Venture Capital 1977-1980, David .L. Brophy.
15. Venture Capital Decision Making, Tyzoon T. Tyebjee and Albert V. Bruno.
GOVERNMENT AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
16. Government's-Role in Research and Development, Bruce A. Kirchhoff and William E. Knight.
17. Government R&D Funding and Startups, Judith H. Obermayer.
18. NASA's Interest in Entrepreneurs, Richard L. Brown.
19. Free Trade Zones and Entrepreneurship, 0. Jay Krasner and Charles L. Wood.
20. Poverty and Entrepreneurship, Charles E. Mueller.
EXPERIMENTS COMPANY FORMATION
21. Utah-Launching Pad for New Enterprises, Wayne S. Brown, Ramon E. Johnson and William R. Bowen.
22. Creating New Companies in a Canadian University, Jacques Bernier and D. Robert llay.
23. U.K. Training and Development of Entrepreneurs, David S. Watkins and J. P. Morris.
24. Second Generation Innovation Center Entrepreneurs, Dwight M. Baumann.
25. Individual Entrepreneurship and Large Corporations, Norman D. Fast and Stanley E. Pratt.
26. Efficacy of Internal Entrepreneurship Strategies, llans Schollhammer.
INDIVIDUAL ENTREPRENEURIAL EXPERIENCES
27. The Authoritarian Entrepreneur, Robert II. Brockhaus, Sr.
28. New Ventures in the Food Industry, Roger W. Hutt and William E. Miller.
29. Entrepreneuring in Appropriate Technology, Jerome Goldstein..
30. Commitment, Objectivity and Opportunism, Philip II. Thurston.
31. Stanley W. Hyde, Philip H. Thurston..
32. Turnabouts of Entrepreneurial Firms, Herbert E. Kierulff.
THEORIZING ABOUT ENTREPRENEURSHIP
33. Politics of New Ventures, Ian C. MacMillan.
34. Converging on Characteristics of Entrepreneurs, John A. Welsh and Jerry F. White.
35. Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Brain Functioning, Edward E. Williams.
36. Measuring Entrepreneurship in Psychohistory, Wayne G. Brochl, Jr., and Victor E. Mcgee.
37. Community Infrastructure of Entrepreneurship, Douglas W. Schell and William Davig.
38. Entrepreneurial Careers, Robert C. Ronstadt.
39. Trying to Implement a New Venture Course, Robert A. Comerford.
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