The Relationship Between Entrepreneurship and Cultural Sciences

The past 4 decades have seen a powerful resurgence of entrepreneurship studies. Entrepreneurship periodicals now have one of the largest citation result factors in their field and it is hard to find a business school that does not offer entrepreneurship courses. Entrepreneurship research has also developed into a fully-fledged academic discipline with its own distinct and coherent human body of knowledge.

This kind of development contains coincided which has a change in public policy priorities. In recent years it has become clear that entrepreneurship contributes to jobs and invention, to economic growth and competitiveness along with the development of less-developed countries and also to social inclusion (Audretsch and Moog, 2022).

Entrepreneurship involves determining and seizing opportunities to develop value for others by merging resources and capabilities within an innovative method. This requires many competencies. Examples include the capacity to perceive and capitalize upon new business possibilities, develop and execute a course of action, secure required funding, generate talent, build and manage a company and operations, and deal with the ever-present risks and challenges that enterprisers face.

Entrepreneurship experts have developed a variety of theories and methodologies to analyze these tendency. These are shown in the wide-ranging spectrum of fields where entrepreneurship has an impact: by (clinical) psychology, (occupational) well-being, genetic epidemiology and culture to commercial organization, macro-economics and general public coverage. This selection reflects the very fact that varied academic disciplines have different ideas and strategies that can be used in the context of entrepreneurship groundwork.

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