The entrepreneur has been neglected over the years in formal economic theorizing. Previously there has been only eclectic theories such as human capital theory and network dynamics which discuss certain perspectives of entrepreneurial behavior. This book closes a gap in the entrepreneurship literature. Inspired by modern physics, the author brings together an evolutionary methodology, along the way implicating quantum, graph, and percolation theory. This book provides an interdisciplinary approach to entrepreneurship, opening up new ideas in modeling.
Thomas Grebel has provided a synthesis of all the main theories of entrepreneurship and the original thinking within this book should be of interest to all those working in the area of business and management as well as economics.