For junior/senior/graduate-level courses in Entrepreneurship, New Venture Creation, and Small Business Strategy. Based on the premise that entrepreneurship can be studied systematically, this text offers a comprehensive presentation of the best current theory and practice. It takes a resource-based point-of-view, showing how to acquire and use resources and assets for competitive advantage. FOCUS ON THE NEW ECONOMY * NEW-Use of the Internet-Integrated throughout with special treatment in Ch. 6. * Demonstrates to students how the new economy still follows many of the rigorous rules of economics, and gives them examples of business-to-business and business-to-customer firms so that they can build better business models. * NEW-2 added chapters on e-entrepreneurship-Covers value pricing; market segmentation; lock-in; protection of intellectual property; and network externalities. * Examines the new economy and the types of resources, capabilities, and strategies that are needed for success in the Internet world. * Resource-based theory-Introduced in Ch. 2 and revisited in each subsequent chapter to help tie concepts together. * Presents an overarching framework, and helps students focuaquot; In his third edition of this text, Marc J. Dollinger continues to offer the most current theories and practices of entrepreneurship.
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