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(p. ix) List of Tables

(p. ix) List of Tables

  1. 5.1 Emerging concepts in marketing 129

  2. 5.2 Elements of entrepreneurial marketing 130

  3. 7.1 Failure rates by size and age of firm 173

  4. 8.1 Establishment employment, gross change in births and firm formation rates (1991–96) 208

  5. 8.2 Establishments and 1994–96 firm formations and formation rates: Selected labour market areas 209

  6. 8.3 Regional variation in service firm formation rates (1996–98) 211

  7. 8.4 Summary of impacts of regional variables on entrepreneurial activity in LMAs in the mid-1990s 214

  8. 10.1 Elements common to SME policy and entrepreneurship policy 251

  9. 10.2 Six Steps to Heaven: Methods for assessing the impact of SME policy 264

  10. 10.A1 United Kingdom support for small businesses (2001) 275

  11. 13.1 The liabilities and advantages of incumbents in the process of innovation 335

  12. 13.2 Incumbency product innovativeness 340

  13. 13.3 Entry timing for non-incumbents and incumbents in rigid hard drives 342

  14. 15.1 Activity summary of 20 largest venturing firms (1969–99) 395

  15. 15.2 Primary data on corporate venture capital: Overview of major scholarly surveys 403

  16. 15.3 Benefits to entrepreneurial ventures from CVC-backing 418

  17. 17.1 Types of entrepreneurs by independent business ownership experience 463

  18. 18.1a UK buy-outs/buy-in deal structures, less than £10 m financing 486

  19. 18.1b UK buy-out/buy-in deal structures, £10 m or more financing 486

  20. 18.2 Selected international sources of buy-outs (2000–03) 487

  21. 18.3 Individual mindsets and buy-out types 490

  22. 20.1a Entry rates 560

  23. 20.1b Summary statistics 560

  24. 20.2 Entry rate and institutions for transactional trust 565

  25. 20.3 Entry rate and government quality 567

  26. 20.4 Entry rate and other institutions 569

  27. (p. x)
  28. 20A.1 Variable description 573

  29. 21.1 Alternative product–market strategies of ethnic entrepreneurs 593

  30. 24.1 Enterprise culture initiatives introduced by the Thatcher government during the 1980s 632

  31. 24.2 Enterprise culture initiatives introduced by the Blair government duing the 2000s 635

  32. 25.1 Industrial clusters: A transactions costs approach 663

  33. 26.1 Information gathering versus investment deferral decisions 678

  34. 26.2 Classification of theoretical approaches to internationalization 681

  35. 27.1 Private sector share in GDP and employment in Eastern Europe (1989–94) 695

  36. 27.2 The instutional environment for entrepreneurship 703

  37. 27.3 Business environment in transition economies 707

  38. 27.4 Firms with less than 20 employees as a percentage of total (1990s) 709