Entrepreneurship: Theory in Practice by Laurence BederEntrepreneurship: Theory in Practice by Laurence Beder

Entrepreneurship: Theory in Practice

byLaurence Beder, Colin ReddyEditorCobus Oosthuizen

Paperback | April 24, 2016

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How do you prepare to start a business in South Africa? Where do you find capital to start your venture? What kind of an entrepreneur will you be? Entrepreneurship: Theory in Practice 3e is a comprehensive text on entrepreneurship which will equip students with the sound theory needed to notonly establish a business but also succeed in a new venture. The book is academically sound, offering theory to students and encouraging them to apply this theory through the use of profiles of entrepreneurs, case studies, examples, and review and application questions. The textbook presents the processes and dynamics of entrepreneurship in South Africa, integrating theory into local circumstances in an accessible way, addressing opportunities and highlighting challenges. The third edition of Entrepreneurship: Theory in Practice is suitable for senior undergraduatestudents studying entrepreneurship at university or university of technology.
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Title:Entrepreneurship: Theory in PracticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:608 pages, 9.45 × 6.61 × 1.26 inPublished:April 24, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199077894

ISBN - 13:9780199077892

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Table of Contents

Part 1 - Introducing entrepreneurship1. Entrepreneurial process dynamics2. Entrepreneurial human capital3. Entrepreneurial social capital4. Entrepreneurial environment5. Entrepreneurial intentions and opportunitiesPart 2 - Pre-Establishment Phase6. Preparing a business plan7. Selecting a venture form8. South African policy framework for start-ups9. Financing new venturesPart 3 - Establishment Phase10. Strategic entrepreneurship11. Ethics and social responsibility12. Social entrepreneurship13. Family business14. Corporate intrapreneurship15. Techno-entrepreneurship16. International entrepreneurship