Mapping Literatures On Entrepreneurship Opportunity Formation.

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1. Ardichvili, A, Cardozo, R, and Ray, S (2003)

1.1. A theory of entrepreneurial opportunity identification and development

2. Agassi, J (1963

2.1. Towards an Historiography of Science, History and Theory

3. Aldrich, H (1989)

3.1. From traits to rates: An ecological perspective on organizational foundings

4. Alvarez, S A and Busenitz, L W (2001)

4.1. The entrepreneurship of resource-based theory

5. Alvarez, S A, Barney, J B, and Young, S L (2010)

5.1. Debates in Entrepreneurship: Opportunity Formation and Implications for the Field of Entrepreneurship

6. Baumol, W (1990)

6.1. Entrepreneurship: productive, unproductive, and destructive. Journal of Political Economy

7. Barreto, L (2012)

7.1. Solving the Entrepreneurial Puzzle: The Role of Entrepreneurial Interpretation in Opportunity Formation and Related Process

8. Bygrave, W (2006)

8.1. The entrepreneurship paradigm,

9. Busenitz, L and Barney, J (1997)

9.1. Differences between entrepreneurs and managers in large organizations

10. Brockhaus, R H (Sr) (1980)

10.1. Risk taking propensity of entrepreneurs

11. Bygrave, W D (2004)

11.1. The entrepreneurial process

12. Brockhaus, R H (Sr) and Horwitz, P S (1986)

12.1. The psychology of the entrepreneur

13. Bhave, M (1994)

13.1. A process model of entrepreneurial venture creation

14. Belidor, B F (New Edition (Navier, M (1813)

14.1. La Science Des Ingenieurs

15. Berglund, K, Dahlin, M, Johansson, A W (2007)

15.1. Walking a tightrope between artistry and entrepreneurship

16. Brush, C G, Manolova, T S and Edelman, L F (2008)

16.1. Separated by Common Language? Entrepreneurship Research Across the Atlantic

17. Baron, R A (2006)

17.1. Opportunity Recognition as Pattern Recognition: How Entrepreneurs “Connect the Dots” to Identify New Business Opportunities

18. Cooney, T M (2005)

18.1. Editorial: What is an Entrepreneurial Team?

19. Cunningham, J. Barton and Joe Lischeron (1991)

19.1. Defining Entrepreneurship. Available from Journal of Small Business

20. Cherukara, J M and Manalel, J (2011)

20.1. Evolution of Entrepreneurship theories through different schools of thought: Conference Paper

21. Cantillon, R (1959)

21.1. Essai sur la nature de Commerce in General (Essay on the Nature of Trade in General)

22. Cuervo, A, Ribeiro, D and Roig, Salvador (Eds) (2007)

22.1. Entrepreneurship: Concepts, Theory and Perspective

23. Casson, M (2nd EDN) (2003)

23.1. The Entrepreneur: An Economic Theory

24. Cole, A H (1968)

24.1. Entrepreneurship: Past research and future challenges

25. Davidsson, P, Low, M B and Wright, M (2001)

25.1. Achievements and future directions for entrepreneurship research. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice

25.2. 32. Eckhardt, J T and Shane, S A (2003)

26. Drucker, P F (1985)

26.1. Innovation and Entrepreneurship

27. Dunkelberg, W C and Cooper, A C (1982)

27.1. Entrepreneurial typologies

28. De Ro0ver (1963)

28.1. A Conceptual history of entrepreneurial thought

29. Dubin (1978)

29.1. What Constitutes a Theoretical Contribution?

30. Drayton (2004

30.1. A Conceptual history of entrepreneurial thought.

31. Executive Forum, (1986)

31.1. Entrepreneurship: Past research and future challenges

32. Eckhardt, J T and Shane, S A (2003)

32.1. Opportunity and entrepreneurship.

33. Grebel, T, Pyka, A and Hanusch, H (2001)

33.1. An Evolutionary Approach to the Theory of Entrepreneurship

34. Gnywali, D R and Fogel, D S (1994)

34.1. Environments for entrepreneurship development: key dimensions and research implications

35. Gartner, W B (1990)

35.1. What are we talking about when we talk about entrepreneurship?

36. Gartner, W B (1988)

36.1. Who Is an Entrepreneur? Is the Wrong Question?

37. Gartner, W B (1995)

37.1. Aspects of organizational emergence

38. Gartner, W B (1985b)

38.1. Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship: process versus content approaches

39. Hebert, R F and Link, A N (2009)

39.1. A History of Entrepreneurship

40. Hansen, D J, Shrader, R, Monllor, J (2011)

40.1. Defragmenting Definitions of Entrepreneurial Opportunity

41. Hills, G E (1994)

41.1. Marketing and Entrepreneurship: Research Ideas and Opportunities

42. Hornaday, J A and Aboud, J (1971)

42.1. Characteristics of successful entrepreneurs: Personnel Psychology

43. Iversen, J el at., (2008)

43.1. Defining and Measuring Entrepreneurship

44. Kirzner, I M (1973)

44.1. Competition and Entrepreneurship.

44.2. Kirzner, I M (1985

44.2.1. Discovery and the Capitalist Process

45. Korsgaad, S (2011)

45.1. Opportunity Formation In Social Entrepreneurship

46. Klein and Cook (2006)

46.1. Evolution of Entrepreneurship theories through different schools of thought

47. Knight, F (1921)

47.1. Risk, uncertainty, and profit. Houghton Mifflin, Boston

48. Low, M and MacMillan, I (1988)

48.1. Entrepreneurship: Past research and future challenges.

49. Landstrom, H, Harirchi, G, and Astrom, F (2012)

49.1. Entrepreneurship: Exploring the knowledge base.