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'This scholarly, theoretical, and thought-provoking volume examines the intertwined nature of business ventures and the entrepreneurs who undertake them, underscoring how both change based on the experiences encountered during the development of a venture... This work can be used as the basis for research on the entrepreneurial experience to better understand how to identify, pursue, and take advantage of a venture opportunity to achieve success.' -- D.W. Huffmire, Choice
Michael H. Morris, James W. Walter Eminent Scholar Chair, University of Florida, US, Christopher G. Pryor, Doctoral Candidate, School of Entrepreneurship, Oklahoma State University, US and Minet Schindehutte, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship, Syracuse University, US
Contents: Foreword by Robert A. Baron 1. Entrepreneurship as Experience 2. Anthropology and Experience 3. Psychology and Experience 4. Sociology and Experience 5. Processing of the Entrepreneurial Experience 6. Experiencing and the Entrepreneur: The Role of Affect 7. A Conceptual Model of Entrepreneurial Experiencing 8. Emergent Outcomes of the Entrepreneurial Experience 9. Entrepreneurship as Peak Experience 10. Applications of the Experiential Lens: Intuition, Effectuation, and Passion 11. Comparing Experiences of Different Types of Entrepreneurs 12. Conducting Research on the Entrepreneurial Experience 13. Toward New Insights and new Questions Index