Entrepreneurship Research: Past Perspectives and Future Prospects
Since 1996 the Swedish Foundation for Small Business Research (FSF) and the Swedish National Board for Industrial and Technical Development (NUTEK) have been rewarding research on small business and entrepreneurship with the FSF-NUTEK Award for research on small business and entrepreneurship. This award is given to leading scholars who have had the greatest impact in shaping the field of small business and entrepreneurship research. In particular, FSF and NUTEK invited these pre-eminent scholars of entrepreneurship to share their views, insights and expertise on where the field of entrepreneurship and small business research is coming from and where it is heading. The articles contained in this 10th-year Anniversary Issue of Foundations and Trends in Entrepreneurship reflects the best of the best of scholarship in the field of entrepreneurship and small business research.
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