Vishal Gupta and the Nobel Prize For Entrepreneurship Research
Researchers into entrepreneurship have a powerful incentive to identify new insights about how businesses grow and thrive.
Happily for everyone involved in business and innovation, entrepreneurial research is thriving, blossoming, and flourishing.
Professor Vishal Gupta’s book, Great Minds In Entrepreneurship Research, surveys thirty or more years of research papers that were awarded what is colloquially known as the Nobel Prize in Entrepreneurship Research (formally known as the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research: GAER). The research field is deep, rich, dynamic and expanding.
Research identifies and examines entrepreneurship in every business size and type as a fundamental economic activity.
In its earliest days, entrepreneurship research focused a lot on small business but, today, business size and stage are not the constraints. The research identifies entrepreneurship in corporations, non-profits, and many more business sectors.
Much of the research focus is on entrepreneurial contribution — to growth, to job creation, to innovation, to progress.
Entrepreneurship is identified as the great economic contributor to betterment and well-being, measured via GDP growth in countries large and small, the creation of new and better jobs for people worldwide, new innovations and new business directions, and individual progress in general. As Mises sta
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