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Entrepreneurship in institutional context: actor emergence in transitions from wage-employment to entrepreneurship

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Observing the technical enablers of the new forms of work and the prominent changes in the corporate employment patterns, many argue that we are at the dawn of a new era in the organisation of work. As the proportion of work is increasingly taking place in smaller, distributed units, transitions into entrepreneurship following redundancies are also becoming more common. While entrepreneurship is known to positively influence economic growth and employment, less is known about how entrepren...

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