Entrepreneurship; The Future Research Agendas

Mohammad Arif


The entrepreneurship concept has grown quickly. Starting from the behavioral approach
(Miller, 1983; Covin and Slevin. 1991; Stevenson and Jarillo, 1990), process
(Mintzberg, 1973; Lumpkin and Dess 1996;) and strategic approach (Venkatraman and
Sarasvathy, 2001). Each of these perspectives has been widely accepted and some
researchers have done the appraisal, either empirically or conceptually. One of the
factors that drive the development of the concept of entrepreneurship is the behavioral
approach as a result of business activities. The behavior is dynamic and
multidimensional. Therefore, the concept of entrepreneurship can be developed into
another perspective. Some researchers give recommendations about the
entrepreneurship development based on religiosity and genetic


Entrepreneurship; Religiosity; Genetic

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