This book reviews some of the issues
emerged during the E-lab Symposium “Entrepreneurship Today” at the University
of Bergamo (Italy) that took place in September 2010.
The authors explore the horizons of
entrepreneurship research. The concept of entrepreneurship is analyzed from
different points of view with a particular focus on issues such as innovation,
finance, strategy, family business and entrepreneurship orientation.
topics are attracting considerable interest, thanks to the wide range of cases,
experiences and new phenomenon observed in global competition, which involve
both the behaviour of firms and the new frames of the markets they compete in. The
purpose is not only to find appropriate interpretative models but also
representional frameworks that are effective and thus capable of increasing our
knowledge in the field.