Reenacting Contextual Boundaries-Entrepreneurial Resourcefulness in Challenging Environments

This article demonstrates that temporal, historical, socio-spatial, and institutional contexts are antecedents and boundaries for entrepreneurial behavior, while at the same time allowing for human agency. Drawing on selective evidence from several projects in post-socialist countries in both Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia and other published research covering these countries, the authors argue for contextualized conceptualizations of resourcefulness.

Welter F.; Xheneti, M. (2013): Reenacting Contextual Boundaries-Entrepreneurial Resourcefulness in Challenging Environments, in: Entrepreneurial Resourcefulness: Competing with Constraints Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth, Volume 15, 149–183.

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