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About this video
In this video, we will define the research landscape of impact entrepreneurship. We will also discuss what motivates impact entrepreneurs and what they perceive as opportunities.
Further recommended readings (optional):
- Dean, T. J., & McMullen, J. S. (2007). Toward a theory of sustainable entrepreneurship: Reducing environmental degradation through entrepreneurial action. Journal of Business Venturing. (Open access available via ResearchGate, requires a login)
- Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (latest reports)
Selection of other studies mentioned in the video:
- Kruse, P., Wach, D., & Wegge, J. (2020). What motivates social entrepreneurs? A meta-analysis on predictors of the intention to found a social enterprise. Journal of Small Business Management. (Open access available via ResearchGate, requires a login)
- Stephan, U., Uhlaner, L. M., & Stride, C. (2015). Institutions and social entrepreneurship: The role of institutional voids, institutional support, and institutional configurations. Journal of International Business Studies. (Open Access)