Table of Contents: Hunting the Heffalump, by P. Kilby. The fundamental phenomenon of economic development, by J.A. Schumpeter. Schumpeter and Max Weber: central visions and social theories, by R. Macdonald. The entrepreneur in economic change, by T.C. Cochran. The achievement motive in economic growth, by D.C. McClelland. How economic growth begins: a theory of social change, by E.E. Hagen. A macrosociological interpretation of entrepreneurship, by F.W. Young. Values and behavior in economic development, by J.H. Kunkel. N Achievement and economic growth: a critical appraisal, by S.P. Schatz. The transition in Colombia, by E.E. Hagen. Family structure, migration, and the entrepreneur, by L. Kasdan. The origins of entrepreneurship in Meiji Japan, by J. Hirschmeier. A re-examination of entrepreneurship in Meiji Japan (1868-1912), by K. Yamamura. Indian entrepreneurship: a survey, by E.W. Nafziger. The development of entrepreneurship, by G.F. Papanek. Nigerian entrepreneurship in industry, by J.R. Harris. Developing entrepreneurship: elements for a program, by E. Staley and R. Morse.
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Book Description Free Pr, 1971. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0029172705
Book Description Free Pr, 1971. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0029172705