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Using field level research on firm-level entrepreneurship: A coda
Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice. Spring
  • Alex Stewart, Marquette University
  • Kevin E. Learned, Boise State University
  • Stanley W Mandel, Wake Forest University
  • Kristin M. Peterson, Andersen Consulting
Document Type
Article
Language
eng
Format of Original
10 p.
Publication Date
4-1-1995
Publisher
Wiley
Disciplines
Abstract
Contemporary field studies could avoid the fate of their post-World War II predecessors (the first article in this issue), by being used as a basis for knowledge cumulation. This could be achieved by using published field studies for coding and statistical analysis, or by using other researchers' data for indexing and ethnographic analysis. Coding and indexing should distinguish classical from radial categories, to improve conceptual clarity about "entrepreneurship."
Comments

Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Vol. 19, No. 3 (Spring 1995): 175-184. Publisher Link.

Alex Stewart was affiliated with Texas Tech University at the time of publication.

Citation Information
Alex Stewart, Kevin E. Learned, Stanley W Mandel and Kristin M. Peterson. "Using field level research on firm-level entrepreneurship: A coda" Entrepreneurship: Theory & Practice. Spring (1995) ISSN: 1042-2587
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/alex_stewart/31/