Literature on entrepreneurship has recently stressed the strategic entrepreneurial network in relation to growth theory, underling the role of technological change, consumer preferences or market changes originated by different crisis shocks that show various business opportunities. In such a scenario a wide group of entrepreneurs strongle react through their territorial connotations; especially the family firms co-localized and well organized in social networks. The aim of this paper is to empirically verify the existence of the strong link between entrepreneurship and territory and to punt in evidence the existence of internal barriers.

Family entrepreneurship: opportunity or threat to network formation? Lessons learnt from agri-tourism

PETRUZZELLIS, Luca
2011

Abstract

Literature on entrepreneurship has recently stressed the strategic entrepreneurial network in relation to growth theory, underling the role of technological change, consumer preferences or market changes originated by different crisis shocks that show various business opportunities. In such a scenario a wide group of entrepreneurs strongle react through their territorial connotations; especially the family firms co-localized and well organized in social networks. The aim of this paper is to empirically verify the existence of the strong link between entrepreneurship and territory and to punt in evidence the existence of internal barriers.
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