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Born to be green: new insights into the economics and management of green entrepreneurship

Born to be green: new insights into the economics and management of green entrepreneurship
Born to be green: new insights into the economics and management of green entrepreneurship
While the number of green start-ups has steadily increased around the world in response to the environmental problems demanding immediate solutions, there are several unresolved questions on the behaviour and performance of such ventures. The papers in this special issue shed light on these issues by underscoring the role of several factors, such as industry life cycles, knowledge spillovers, institutions, and availability of external finance, in shaping decision-making and firm behaviour in green start-ups. This paper highlights the state-of-the-art developments in the literature, discusses the key contributions of the papers put together in this special issue and presents a future research agenda for scholars interested in green entrepreneurship.
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Demirel, Pelin
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Li, Qian Cher
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Rentocchini, Francesco
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Tamvada, J. Pawan
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Demirel, Pelin
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Li, Qian Cher
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Rentocchini, Francesco
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Tamvada, J. Pawan
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Demirel, Pelin, Li, Qian Cher, Rentocchini, Francesco and Tamvada, J. Pawan (2019) Born to be green: new insights into the economics and management of green entrepreneurship. Small Business Economics, 52 (4), 759-771. (doi:10.1007/s11187-017-9933-z).

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While the number of green start-ups has steadily increased around the world in response to the environmental problems demanding immediate solutions, there are several unresolved questions on the behaviour and performance of such ventures. The papers in this special issue shed light on these issues by underscoring the role of several factors, such as industry life cycles, knowledge spillovers, institutions, and availability of external finance, in shaping decision-making and firm behaviour in green start-ups. This paper highlights the state-of-the-art developments in the literature, discusses the key contributions of the papers put together in this special issue and presents a future research agenda for scholars interested in green entrepreneurship.

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Accepted/In Press date: 30 June 2017
e-pub ahead of print date: 4 October 2017
Published date: 15 April 2019

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Date deposited: 26 Sep 2017 16:30
Last modified: 16 Jan 2020 05:01

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