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  • ATENEO PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS LIBRARYRockwell Drive, Rockwell Center Makati Cityhttp://apslibrary.ateneo.edu

    Information Resources Guide on

    ENTREPRENEURSHIP2008 - 2014

  • Defi nitions

    Entrepreneurship is a term that has been used in di erent ways. One usage views entrepreneur-ship as concerned with the processes leading to new venture crea on, without regard to the type or poten al of the organiza ons created. Another view sees entrepreneurship as primarily concerned with developing innova ve ventures, whether these are independent or occur within already established organiza ons. Entrepreneur-ship inside organiza ons has some mes been termed corporate entrepreneurship or intrapreneurship. Both usages emphasize the role of the entrepreneur as one who organizes a venture and bears some degree of risk in return for rewards.

    For many individuals, entrepreneur-ship has been the vehicle by which they pursue personal goals and achieve independence. In countries which have been moving from state-owned to private enterprise, entrepreneurship has been supported as a means to transform these economies. In regard to corporate entrepreneurship, managements of large organiza ons have recognized that one of their greatest challenges is to become more innova ve and more responsive to changes in markets and technology.

    Other related terms:

    Small business ManagementNew business enterprise

    A. BOOKS (Located at the General Collection Shelves near the Circulation Section)

    1. Hiduke, Gail P.(2014). Small business: an entrepreneurs business plan. 9th ed. Australia: South-Western /Cengage Learning. HD 62.7 E25 2014

    2. Katz, Jerome A. (2014). Entrepreneurial small business. 4th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill. HD 62.7 K38 2014

    3. Bridge, Simon. (2013). Understanding enterprise, entrepreneurship and small business. 4th ed. London: Palgrave/McMillan. HB 615 B75 2013

    4. Burns, Paul. (2013). Corporate entrepreneurship: innova on and strategy in large organiza ons. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 3rd ed. HB 615 B874 2013

    The Blackwell Encyclopedia of ManagementEd. Nigel Nicholson, Pino G. Audia, and Madan M. Pillutla. Vol. 11: Organiza onal Behavior. 2nd ed. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005. p106-109. COPYRIGHT 2005 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.

  • 5. Byrd, Mary Jane. (2013). Small business management: an entrepreneurs guidebook. 7th ed. Boston: McGraw-Hill. HD 62.7 M44 2013

    6. Crea ng compe veness: entrepreneurship and innova on policies for growth. (2013). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. HB 238 C73

    7. Hisrich, Robert D. (2013). Interna onal entrepreneurship: star ng, develop-ing, and managing a global venture. 2nd ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publi-ca ons. HB 615 H57 2013

    8. Hisrich, Robert D. (2013). Entrepreneurship. 9th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. HD 62.5 H577 2013

    9. Keohane, Georgia Levenson.(2013). Social entrepreneurship for the 21st cen-tury: innova on across the nonprofi t, private, and public sector. HD 60 K482

    10. Key, Stephen. (2013). One simple idea for startups and entrepreneurs: live your dreams and create your own profi table company. New York: McGraw-Hill. HD 62.5 K49

    11. Lawrence, Peter A. (2013). Enterprise in ac on: a guide to entrepreneurship. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons. HB 615 L39

    12. Mario , Steve. (2013). Entrepreneurship: star ng and opera ng a small business. 3rd ed. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson/Pren ce Hall. HD 62.5 M356 2013

    13. Weihrich, Heinz. (2013). Management: a global, innova ve and entrepre-neurial perspec ve. 14th ed. New Delhi: McGraw-Hill. HD 31 K6 2013

    14. Auerswald, Philip E. (2012). The coming prosperity: how entrepreneurs are transforming the global economy. Oxford: Oxford University Press. HF 1359 A92

    15. Awe, Susan C. (2012). The entrepreneurs informa on sourcebook: chart-ing the path to small business success. 2nd ed. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Libraries Unlimited. HD 62.5 A96 2012

    16. Bagley, Constance E. (2012). The entrepreneurs guide to business law. 4th ed. Mason, Ohio: South-Western. KB 115 B84B33 2012

    17. Barringer, Bruce R. (2012). Entrepreneurship: successfully launching new ventures. 4th ed. Boston: Pearson/Pren ce Hall. HB 615 B37 2012

    18. Barrington, Gail V. (2012). Consul ng start-up and management: a guide for evaluators and applied researchers. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE Publica ons. HD 69 C6B36

  • 19. Broad, Eli, with Swa Pandey. (2012). The art of being unreasonable: lessons in unconven onal thinking. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley Sons. HC 102.5 B69A3

    20. Encyclopedia of new venture management. (2012). Ma hew R. Marvel, [edi-tor]. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: SAGE. HD 62.5 E53

    21. Greene, Cynthia L. (2012). Entrepreneurship: ideas in ac on. 5th ed. Australia: South-Western. HB 615 G73 2012

    22. Harbour, Jeremy. (2012). Go do!: for people who have always wanted to start a business. Chichester, West Sussex: Capstone/John Wiley Sons Ltd. HD 62.5 H36

    23. Hisrich, Robert D. and Claudine Kearney. (2012). Corporate entrepreneur-ship: how to create a thriving entrepreneurial spirit throughout your com-pany. New York: McGraw-Hill. HB 615 H575

    24. Kickul, Jill R. (2012). Understanding social entrepreneurship: the relentless pursuit of mission in an ever changing world. New York: Routledge. HD 60 K48

    25. LaFasto, Frank, Carl Larson. (2012). The humanitarian leader in each of us: 7 choices that shape a socially responsible life. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage Publica ons, Inc. HD 57.7 L34

    26. LaPorte, Danielle. (2012). The fi re starter sessions: a soulful + prac cal guide to crea ng success on your own terms. New York: Crown Archetype. BF 637 S4L35

    27. Leach, J. Chris. (2012). Entrepreneurial fi nance. 4th ed. Mason, Ohio: South-Western Cengage Learning. HG 4751 L43 2012

    28. Lee, William B. (2012). Crea ng entrepreneurial supply chains: a guide for innova on and growth. Ft. Lauderdale, FL: J. Ross Pub. HD 38.5 L43

    29. Managing small business: an entrepreneurial emphasis /J. William Pe y ... [et al.](2013). 16th ed. Australia: South-Western/Cengage Learning. HD 62.7 L66 2012

    30. Mason, Hugh, Mark Chong. (2012). Brainfruit: turning crea vity into cash from East to West. Singapore: McGraw-Hill. HD 53 M38

    31. Masterson, Michael. (2012). The reluctant entrepreneur: turning dreams into profi ts. Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley Sons. HB 615 M372

    32. Mitra, Jay. (2012). Entrepreneurship, innova on and regional development: an introduc on. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. HB 615 M58

  • 33. Moules, Jonathan. (2012). The rebel entrepreneur: rewri ng the business rulebook. London: Kogan Page. HB 615 M68

    34. Niyogi, Shil. (2012). How some small businesses get their ducks in a row and grow while others remain undis nguished. Thousand Oaks: Response Books. HD 58.9 N59

    35. Oakey, Ray. (2012). High-technology entrepreneurship. London: Routledge. HC 79 H53O14

    36. Poatsy, Mary Anne, Michael R. Solomon, Kendall Mar n. (2012). Be er busi-ness. 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pren ce Hall. HD 31 P555 2012

    37. Scarborough, Norman M.(2012). E ec ve small business management: an entrepreneurial approach. 10th ed. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Pren ce Hall. HD 62.7 S27 2012

    38. Schwartz, Beverly. (2012). Rippling: how social entrepreneurs spread innova- on throughout the world. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. HD 60 S38

    39. Spinelli, Stephen. (2012). New venture crea on: entrepreneurship for the 21st century. 9th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill. HD 62.5 T55 2012

    40. Timmons, Jerry A. (2012). New venture crea on: entrepreneurship for the 21st century. Singapore: McGraw-Hill. HD 62.5 T55 2012

    41. Tjan, Anthony K., Richard J. Harrington, and Hsieh, Tsun-Yan. (2012). Heart, smarts, guts, and luck: what it takes to be an entrepreneur and build a great business. Boston, Mass.: Harvard Business Review Press. HB 615 T53

    42. Tobin, Lucy. (2012). Entrepreneur: how to start on online business. Chiches-ter: Capstone. HF 5548.32 T63

    43. Wenzel, Anne M. (2012). The entrepreneurs guide to market research. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Praeger. HF 5415.2 W45

    44. Abraham, Joe. (2011). Entrepreneurial DNA: tap into your unique strengths to build a successful business. New York: McGraw-Hill. HF 5386 A42

    45. Academic entrepreneurship and community engagement: Scholarship in ac on and the Syracuse miracle. (2011). Edited by Bruce Kingma. Northamp-ton, MA: Edward Elgar Pub. LB 2325 A24

    46. Bamford, Charles E., Garry D. Bruton. (2011). Entrepreneurship: a small busi-ness approach. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. HD 62.5 B36

    47. Beach, Jim, Chris Hanks, and David Beasley. (2011). School for startups: the

  • breakthrough course for guaranteeing small business success in 90 days or less. New York: McGraw-Hill. HD 62.5 B432

    48. Blair, Ryan. (2011). Nothing to lose, everything to gain: how I went from gang member to mul millionaire entrepreneur. New York, NY: Por olio/Penguin. HD 62.5 B553

    49. Blundel, Richard, Nigel Locke . (2011). Exploring entrepreneurship: prac ces and perspec ves. Oxford: Oxford University Press. HB 615 B62

    50. Bradberry, John. (2011). 6 secrets to startup success: how to turn your en-trepreneurial passion into a thriving business. New York: American Manage-ment Associa on. HD 62.5 B723

    51. Business: the ul mate resource. (2011). 3rd rev. ed. London: A C Black. HD 38.15 B87 2011

    52. Byers, Thomas, Richard Dorf, Andrew J. Nelson. (2011). Technology ventures: from idea to enterprise. 3rd ed. New York: McGraw-Hill. HC 79 I55D67 2011

    53. Byrne, John A. (2011). World changers: twenty-fi ve entrepreneurs who changed business as we knew it. New York: Por olio / Penguin. HC 29 B97

    54. Choi, David Y. and Edmund R. Gray. (2011). Values-cen