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Theories of entrepreneurship (Part II)


Previously, we looked at several theories that influenced the definition of entrepreneurship such as the psychological entrepreneurship theory, economic theories, and the psychological entrepreneurship.
This week we consider other theories such as the sociological entrepreneurship theory, anthropological entrepreneurship theory, opportunity-based entrepreneurship theory, and resource based entrepreneurship theory.

Sociological entrepreneurship theory

The sociological entrepreneurship theory focuses on the social context as key drivers for entrepreneurship.  The notion behind this ideology is that entrepreneurship is seen to take a contextual approach and is determined by the nature of the society in which it was situated (Landstrom, 1998). Particularly these societal contexts according to Reynolds (1991) can be categorised into four social contexts that relates to entrepreneurial opportunity namely social networks which focuses on building social relationships on moral grounds for success and not undue influence.

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