Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research -- 1982

Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research
1982 Edition


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    Topical Index

  • Typologies
  • Minorities and Women
  • Geographical Patterns
  • Venture Strategies
  • Venture Capital Industry
  • Venture Capital Deals
  • Venture Spin-Offs From Universities
  • University Assistance
  • Entrepreneurial Education and Careers

  • FRONTIERS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH 1982

    Proceedings of the 1982 Conference on Entrepreneurship at Babson College

    Sponsored by

    Babson College
    Center For Entrepreneurial Studies
    Wellesley, Massachusetts 02157

    Edited by

    Karl H. Vesper
    University of Washington


    TYPOLOGIES

    1. Entrepreneurial Typologies, William C. Dunkelberg and Arnold C. Cooper.

    2. Canadian Entrepreneurs: Innovators or Manipulators, Willard H. Ellis.

    3. Classifying Ventures in the Service Sector, Roger W. Hutt and Timothy S. Mescon.


    MINORITIES AND WOMEN

    4. Factors Underlying Increases in Minority Entrepreneurship, Bruce A. Kirchhoff, Richard L. Stevens and Norman I. Hurwitz.

    5. The Woman Entrepreneur As A Reflection of The Type of Business, Robert D. Hisrich and Marie O'Brien.

    6. Women Entrepreneurs Really are Different, Norman R. Smith, Gary McCain and Audrey Warren..


    GEOGRAPHICAL PATTERNS

    7. A Study of Entrepreneurship by Region and SMSA Size, Peter J. Bearse.

    8. Exits and Entries: A Study in Yellow Pages Journalism, Albert Shapero and Joseph Giglierano.

    9. The Urban Quality of Life and Entrepreneurship, Johannes M. Pennings, Ian C. Mac Millan and Avraham Meshulach..

    10. Encouraging Urban Entrepreneurship, Thomas C. Dandridge.

    11. A Comparative Analysis of California Startups From 1978 to 1980, Tyzoon T. Tyebjee and Albert V. Bruno.

    12. Technology and Industrial Innovation in Sweden, James M. Utterback, Goran Reitberger and Andrew Martin.

    13. Successful Canadian Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Isaiah A. Litvak and Christopher J. Maule.


    VENTURE STRATEGIES

    14. A Strategic Management Perspective on the Determinants of New Venture Success, William R. Sandberg and Charles W. Hofer.

    15. Beyond Conglomerates; Some History and the Story of Three Houston Entrepreneurs, Edward E. Williams.

    16. Protection Strategies for the Technical Entrepreneur, Judith H. Obermayer.


    VENTURE CAPITAL INDUSTRY

    17. Entrepreneurial Implications of the Small Business Investment Incentives Act, Douglas W. Schell.

    18. Venture Capital Investment and Technology Development, Norman D. Fast.

    19. Venture Capital in Sweden, Jeffry A. Timmons.

    20. Bank Financing Experience of Canadian Entrepreneurs, Russell M. Knight.

    21. Project I-C-E: An Experiment in Capital Formation, William E. Wetzel, Jr.


    VENTURE CAPITAL DEALS

    22. Analysis of Structuring and Pricing of Venture Capital Investment Proposals, David J. Brophy, Edwin Amonsen and Philip Bontrager.

    23. In the Interest of Equity: Distributing Equity Among New Venture Employees, W. Ed. McMullan.

    24. The Anatomy of a High Leverage Buyout, Daryl G. Mitton.

    25. The Dangers of Overcapitalization in the Startup Stage, Richard H. Buskirk.


    VENTURE SPIN-OFFS FROM UNIVERSITIES

    26. Technology Transfer and Academic Entrepreneur- ship, Jerome Doutriaux and Branko F. Peterinan.

    27. The Utah Innovation Center: An Experiment in Entrepreneurship, Wayne S. Brown.

    28. Birth and Growth of Entrepreneurial Groups, D. Robert Hay and Michel R. Wolff.


    UNIVERSITY ASSISTANCE

    29. Use of Business Competitions to Stimulate Business Formations, David S. Watkins.

    30. Research into Entrepreneurship Development for The Poor in Developing Countries, Malcolm Harper.

    31. Intervention in New Ventures Through the SBI Versus the SBDC, Frank Hoy.


    ENTREPRENEURIAL EDUCATION AND CAREERS

    32. Managers and Entrepreneurs: Do Lifetime Experiences Matter?, Calvin A. Kent, Donald L. Sexton, Philip Van Auken and Dean M. Young.

    33. Entrepreneurial Education and Job Satisfaction, John A. Hornaday and Karl H. Vesper.

    34. Does Entrepreneurial Career Path Really Matter? Robert Ronstadt.

    35. Entrepreneurs and University Graduates: Expectations and Evaluations, Yvon Gasse.


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