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The Entrepreneurial Group: Social Identities, Relations, and Collective Action (The Kauffman Foundation Series on Innovation and Entrepreneurship) download ebook

by Martin Ruef

The Entrepreneurial Group: Social Identities, Relations, and Collective Action (The Kauffman Foundation Series on Innovation and Entrepreneurship) download ebook
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0691138095
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978-0691138091
Author:
Martin Ruef
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Princeton University Press; First Edition edition (July 21, 2010)
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Following the Social Identity Model of Collective Action (SIMCA), we examined whether men's . Discussion focused on the consequences of these social creativity strategies for group identification and collective action.

Following the Social Identity Model of Collective Action (SIMCA), we examined whether men's identification with women would predict their allied collective action, alongside moral convictions, efficacy, and anger improve women's situation. We tested the SIMCA, extended to consider ingroup identification among men, in Japan (N 103) and the Philippines (N 131).

ence innovation, analysis of the goals of entrepreneurial groups and how. they affect group disbanding, and finally, the implications of relational. demography for public policy. Ruef takes an interdisciplinary approach to entrepreneurial groups

Martin Ruef looks at entrepreneurial teams in the United States during the boom years of the late 1990s and the . The Entrepreneurial Groupreveals how studying the social structure of entrepreneurial action can shed light on the creation of new organizations. eISBN: 978-1-4008-3520-1.

Martin Ruef looks at entrepreneurial teams in the United States during the boom years of the late 1990s and the recent recessionary bust. He identifies four mechanisms for explaining the dynamics of entrepreneurial groups: in-group biases on salient demographic dimensions; intimate relationships to spouses, cohabiting partners, and kin; a tendency to organize activities in residential or "virtual" spaces; and entrepreneurial goals that prioritize social and psychological fulfillment over material well-being.

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The Entrepreneurial Group book. Martin Ruef looks at entrepreneurial teams in the United States during the boom years of the late 1990s and the recent recessionary bust

The Entrepreneurial Group book. Martin Ruef looks at entrepreneurial teams in the United States during the boom years of the late 1990s and the recent recessionary bust.

Автор: Ruef Martin Название: The Entrepreneurial Group: Social Identities, Relations, and .

2014 Серия: The kauffman foundation series on innovation and entrepreneurship Язык: ENG Иллюстрации: 29 line illus.

Main Author: Ruef, Martin. Kauffman Foundation series on innovation and entrepreneurship. Subjects: Entrepreneurship Social aspects United States. Unleashing your entrepreneurial potential, by: Nandan, Raghu. Utopian entrepreneur, by: Laurel, Brenda.

Автор: Ruef Martin Название: The Entrepreneurial Group: Social . Дата издания: 2. 8 This book looks at entrepreneurial teams in the United States during the boom. This book looks at entrepreneurial teams in the United States during the boom years of the late 1990s and the recessionary bust.

How do entrepreneurial groups mitigate collective action problems, and discourage opportunism in general (Chapter 7)? In what ways to groups facilitate or stifle the production and implementation of new ideas (Chapter 8)? If the image of a solo entrepreneur is indeed too simplistic.

How do entrepreneurial groups mitigate collective action problems, and discourage opportunism in general (Chapter 7)? In what ways to groups facilitate or stifle the production and implementation of new ideas (Chapter 8)? If the image of a solo entrepreneur is indeed too simplistic, perhaps so too is the assumption of purely pecuniary motivated individuals - if so, what factors motivate individuals within entrepreneurial groups and what compels them to join in the first place (Chapter 9)?

Recent surveys show that more than half of American entrepreneurs share ownership in their business startups rather than going it alone. Yet the media and many scholars continue to perpetuate the myth of the lone visionary who single-handedly revolutionizes the marketplace. In The Entrepreneurial Group, Martin Ruef shatters this myth, demonstrating that teams, not individuals, are the leading force behind entrepreneurial startups. This is the first book to provide an in-depth sociological analysis of entrepreneurial groups, and to put forward a theoretical framework for understanding activities and outcomes within them.