Items where Department is "Lancaster University Management School > Institute for Enterprise & Entrepeneurial Development (IEED)" and Year is 2000
Number of items: 9.
Cave, F D and Lordan, M (2000) The entrepreneur as a focus for the particular problems of growth oriented technology based firms. In: 8th High Technology Small Firms Conference (University of Twente, the Netherlands ) - 2000. unknown, N/A, pp. 569-586.
Cope, J P and Watts, G (2000) Learning by doing: an exploration of experience, critical incidents and reflection in entrepreneurial learning. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 6 (3). pp. 104-124. ISSN 1355-2554
Jack, S L and Anderson, A R (2000) The production of prestige: an entrepreneurial Viagra. Journal of International Entrepreneurship, 1 (1). pp. 45-56. ISSN 1573-7349
Lordan, M and Cave, F D (2000) The growth and development of small firms as a result of participation in knowledge networks. In: 23rd Institute for Small Business Affairs National Policy and Research Conference (University of Aberdeen ) - 2000. unknown, N/A, pp. 681-698.
Rose, M B (2000) Firms, Networks and Business Values: The British and American Cotton Industries since 1750. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 0-521-78255-4
Ucbasaran, D and Westhead, P and Howorth, C A (2000) Habitual entrepreneurs: human capital, opportunity search and learning. In: Babson College-Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Conference ( ) - 2000. unknown, N/A.
Wetherhill, P and Howorth, C A (2000) Relationships between large and small companies and the impact of UK late payment legislation. In: 22nd National Small Firms Policy and Research Conference (Leeds: Institute of Small Business Affairs) - 2000. unknown, N/A.
Wilson, N and Howorth, C A (2000) The effect on investment decisions of entrepreneurial attitudes to risk. In: Babson College-Kauffman Foundation Entrepreneurship Conference ( ) - 2000. unknown, N/A.
Wilson, N and Howorth, C A and Peel, M J (2000) Late payment and credit management in the small firms sector: some empirical evidence. International Small Business Journal, 18 (2). pp. 17-37. ISSN 0266-2426