Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue
Burns, Paul (2011). Entrepreneurship and small business : start-up, growth and maturity, London: Palgrave Macmillan London (3rd Edition)
There is extensive formal and informal literature around enterprise. Students will need independently to search for and use Management materials on the Web & other professional sources. Some only examples are listed here:
Acs, Zoltan J.and David B. Audretsch (1990). Innovation and small firms Cambridge (Mass.); London: MIT Press
Bambenger, Ingolf (1989). “Developing competitive advantage in small and medium-size firms”, Long Range Planning. 22 (5), 80-88
Baron, R.A. (1998) “Cognitive mechanisms in entrepreneurship: why and when entrepreneurs think differently than other people”, Journal of business venturing., 13, 275-294
Barrow, C. and Barrow, P. (2001). The business plan workbook., Kogan Page, London
Blundel, R. and Lockett, N. (2011). Exploring entrepreneurship: Practices and Perspectives. Oxford University Press: Oxford
Bolton, B. and Thompson, J. (2000). Entrepreneurs : talent, temperament, technique, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford
Bridge, S., O'Neill, K. and Martin, F. (2008). Understanding Enterprise, Entrepreneurship and Small Business, Macmillan, London (3 rd Edition)
Churchill, N. and Lewis, V. (1984). “Lessons for Small Business from the Recession”, Journal of small business management., 22 (2), 5-17
Churchill, N., and Lewis, V. (1983). The five stages of small business growth. Harvard business review. , May-June, 30-50.
Coulter, M. (2001). Entrepreneurship in action, New Jersey, Prentice Hall.
Dearlove, D. (2003). The ultimate book of business thinking : harnessing the power of the world's greatest business ideas, Capstone, Oxford
Down, S. (2010) Enterprise, entrepreneurship and small business, Sage: London.
El-Namaki, M (1990), 'Small business: The myths and the reality' Long Range Planning. 23, (4) 78-87
Feindt, S., Jeffcoate, J and Chappell, C. (2002) 'Identifying success factors for rapid growth in SME e-commerce" Small business economics., 19, 51-62
Gartner, W. B. and Bellamy, M. G. (2008). Creating the enterprise London: Thomson South-Western
Greiner, L. (1972) 'Evolution and revolution as organisations grow' Harvard business review., July-August, 37-46
Klofsten, M. (2002) The business platform : entrepreneurship & management in the early stages of a firm's development. Luxembourg: TII - Technology Innovation International.
Kuratko, D. F. (2009). Introduction to entrepreneurship Thomson South-Western (8ed)
Kuratko, D.F, Morris, M.H., .and Covin, J.G. (2011). Corporate innovation and entrepreneurship : entrepreneurial development within organizations, London: Thomson South-Western.
Jelassi, T. and Enders, A. (2005). Strategies for e-business : creating value through electronic and mobile commerce ; concepts and cases. FT Prentice Hall: Harlow
McConnell, C. (2001) Change activist : make big things happen fast, Momentum, Harlow
Mellor, R.M, Coulton, G., Chick, A., Bifulco, A., Mellor, N. and Fisher, A. (2009). Entrepreneurship for everyone : a student textbook, London: Sage.
Moreno, A.M and Casillas, J.C. (2007). High-growth SMEs versus non-high-growth SMEs: a discriminant analysis. Entrepreneurship and regional development., 19 (1) pp. 69-88
Mueller, D. (1972) 'A life-cycle theory of the firm' The journal of industrial economics. 20 (3) 199-219
National Commission on Entrepreneurship (2002). Stories of entrepreneurs, New York, http://ncee.org.uk/ toolkit/stories_index.html
Rae, D. (2007). Entrepreneurship : from opportunity to action, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Stokes, D. (2000) 'Entrepreneurial marketing: A conceptualisation from qualitative research' Qualitative marketing research: An International Journal, 3 (1), 47-54
Stokes, D, and Wilson, N. (2010). Small business management and entrepreneurship., London: Thomson South-Western (6ed)
Storey, D. J., K. Keasey, R. Watson, and P. Wynarczyk (1994). The Performance of small firms : profits, jobs and failures Groom Helm, London
Stutely, R. (2007) The Definitive Business Plan: The fast track to intelligent business planning for executives and entrepreneurs. FT Prentice Hall, Harlow
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