This book aims to provide an insight into how entrepreneurship has evolved and emerged as an independent field of research. The authors base their discussion on articles which are considered to be seminal works in the field, and present a blend of theoretical and empirical evidence. Consequently, each chapter provides a solid knowledge-based and structured overview of the selected theme and demonstrates the scope of conflicting and complementary theories. The topics have been selected to create a systematic approach to the various aspects of entrepreneurship and include historical thinking on entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship as an academic discipline, the importance of the environmental and institutional framework, corporate intrapreneurship and value creation, and innovation through social entrepreneurship.

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