The Entrepreneurial Culture: Network Advantage Within Chinese And Irish Software Firms
"This book is very entrepreneurial. Denise Tsang treads the difficult intellectual terrains of entrepreneurship studies and networks literature. And yet she has succeeded in developing a new theoretical idea, known as cultural capital, in explaining entrepreneurial activities and network advantages. The book is filled with very rich empirical illustrations of the complex behaviour, practices, and network activities of entrepreneurs in the software industry. By taking a case study approach, Tsang has provided us with immense insights into the cultural embeddedness of entrepreneurial networks that are often lost in quantitative survey-based studies of entrepreneurship and networks. Her comparative approach to Irish and Chinese software entrepreneurs is unparalleled and highly innovative. The book is a must read for researchers and policymakers interested in how contemporary entrepreneurs in high-tech industries get their acts together.' - Henry Wai-chung Yeung, National University of...
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