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Bibliography of Entrepreneurship
Where can you find out what research has been done in a specific field of entrepreneurship? This bibliography lists major books and articles on various aspects of entrepreneurship grouped by subject. It does not claim comprehensiveness. Checking these sources, however, will give you a good coverage and encourage further investigation. A list of journals can be found in the Entrepreneurship Journals section.

  • Adamson, D. Walking the High-Tech High Wire: The Technical Entrepreneur's Guide to Running a Successful Enterprise. McGraw-Hill, 1994.
  • Baird. M.L. Engineering your Start-up: A Guide for the High-Tech Entrepreneur. Professional Publications, 2003.
  • Bhide, A. The Origin and Evolution of New Businesses. Oxford University Press, 2003.
  • Birley, S., and D. Muzyka, eds. Mastering Entrepreneurship. Pitman, 2000.
  • Boston, Thomas, and Catherine Ross. The Inner City. Transaction Publishers, 1997.
  • Brown, S.L., and K.M. Eisenhardt. Competing on the Edge: Strategy as Structured Chaos. Harvard Business School Press, 1998.
  • Bygrave, W.D., and A.L. Zacharakis, eds. The Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship. 4th edition. Wiley, 2010.
  • Cristol, Steven, and Peter Sealey. Simplicity Marketing. Simon and Schuster, 2007.
  • Drucker, P. Innovation and Entrepreneurship. 2Rev Ed edition. Butterworth-Heinemann, 2010.
  • Hopkins, Bruce. A Legal Guide to Starting and Managing a Nonprofit Organization. 3rd edition. Wiley, 2000.
  • Jensen, Bill. Simplicity: The New Competitive Advantage in a World of More, Better, Faster. Perseus, 2001.
  • Kaplan. Jerry. Startup: A Silicon Valley Adventure. Replica Books, 2001.
  • Kotler, Philip, and Alan Andreasen. Strategic Marketing for Nonprofit Organisations. 6th edition. Prentice Hall, 2002.
  • Lovins, Amory, Hunter Lovins, and Paul Hawken. Natural Capitalism: The Next Industrial Revolution. 2nd edition. Earthscan, 2005.
  • Moore, Mike. A World Without Walls: Freedom, Development, Free Trade and Global Governance. Reissue edition. Cambridge: Cambridge UP,2007
  • Reinhardt, Forest. Down to Earth. Harvard Business School Press, 2000.
  • Shulman, J. and T. Stallkamp. Getting Bigger by Growing Smaller. Prentice Hall Financial Times, 2003.
  • Smith, Bucklin and Associates. The Complete Guide to Nonprofit Management. 2nd edition. Wiley, 2000.
  • Southwick, K. Silicon Gold Rush. Wiley, 1999.
  • Spinelli, S., Birley, S. and R. Rosenberg. Franchising: Pathway to Wealth. Prentice Hall-Financial Times, 2003.
  • Spinelli, S., and J. Timmons. New Venture Creation for the 21st Century. 9th edition. McGraw-Hill, 2012.
  • Thomas Robert J., ed. New Product Success Stories: Lessons from Leading Innovators. Wiley, 1995.
  • Vesper, K. New Venture Experience. Vector Books, 1996.
  • Zahra, S., ed. Contemporary Issues in Strategic Management Research. Information Age Publishing, 2002.

General Reference

  • Christy, Ron. The Complete Information Bank for Entrepreneurs and Small Business Managers. Center for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, Wichita State University, 1988.
  • Cohen, William. The Entrepreneur and Small Business Problem Solver: an Encyclopedic Reference and Guide. 3rd edition. Wiley, 2005.
  • Sahlman, William A., Howard H. Stevenson, Michale J. Roberts, and Amar Bhide, eds. The Entrepreneurial Ventures. Harvard Business School Press, 1999.
  • Timmons, Jeffrey A., Andrew Zacharakis, and Stephen Spinelli. Business Plans That Work: A Guide for Small Business. Revised Edition. McGraw-Hill, 2011.

Entrepreneurship Education

  • Solomon, George T., Susan Duffy, and Ayman Tarabishy. "The State of Entrepreneurship Education in the United States: A Nationwide Survey and Analysis." International Journal of Entrepreneurship Education 1:1 (2002), 65-86.
  • Kent, C.A. Entrepreneurship Education. New York: Quorum Books, 1990.

Literature Reviews

  • Acs, Zoltan J. and David B. Audretsch, eds. Handbook of Entrepreneurship Research: An Interdisciplinary Survey and Introduction. 2nd Edition. Springer, 2011.
  • Katz, Jerome A. and Robert H. Brockhaus, Sr., eds. Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth. JAI Press.
  • Kent, Calvin A., Donald L. Sexton, and Karl H. Vesper, eds. The Encyclopedia of Entrepreneurship. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1982.
  • Landstrom, Hans, Hermann Frank, and Jose Veciana, eds. Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research in Europe: An ECSB Survey. Ashgate Publishing Co., 1997.
  • Libcap, Gary, ed. Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth. University of Arizona. JAI Press.
  • Sexton, Donald L. and Hans Landstrom, eds. The Blackwell Handbook of Entrepreneurship. Blackwell, 2000.
  • Sexton, Donald L. and Raymond W. Smilor, eds. Entrepreneurship 2000. Chicago: Upstart Blishing Co., 1997.
  • Sexton, Donald L. and John D. Kasarda, eds. The State of the Art of Entrepreneurship. Boston: PWS-Kent Publishing Co., 1992.
  • Sexton, Donald and Raymond W. Smilor, eds. The Art and Science of Entrepreneurship. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger Publishing Co., 1986.
  • Shane, Scott A. "Who is Publishing the Entrepreneurship Research." Journal of Management (1997) Vol. 23, Pages 83-95.
  • Thornton, Patricia H. "The Sociology of Entrepreneurship." Annual Review of Sociology; Palo Alto: Annual Reviews, Inc. 1999.

Personal Growth

  • Bennis, Warren, and Burt Nanus. Leaders: The Strategies of Taking Charge.
  • Dalai Lama, and Howard C. Cutler. The Art of Happiness:A Handbook for Living. Riverhead Books, 1998.
  • Ehrenfeld, Tom. The Startup Garden: How Growing a Business Grows You. McGraw-Hill, 2002.
  • Mercedes O.P.,and Sister Mary. A Book of Courtesy: The Art of Living With Yourself and Others. HarperCollins, 2001.
  • Shekerjian, Denise. Uncommon Genius: How Great Ideas Are Born. Penguin, 1991.

Sales and Marketing

  • Bosworth, Michael T. Solution Selling: Creating Buyers in DifficultSelling Markets. McGraw-Hill, 1995.
  • Carnegie, Dale. How to Win Friends and Influence People. Simon and Schuster, 1981.
  • McKenna, Regis. Relationsip Marketing: Successful Strategies for the Age of the Customer. Perseus, 1991.
  • Moore, Geoffrey A. Crossing the Chasm: Marketing and Selling High-TechProducts to Mainstream Customers. HarperCollins, 1991.
  • Moore, Geoffrey A. Inside the Tornado: Marketing Strategies from Silicon Valley's Cutting Edge. HarperCollins, 1995.
  • Rackham, Neil. Spin Selling. McGraw-Hill, 1988

 

Buchempfehlungen aus "Kopf schlägt Kapital"

  • Albach, Horst/Dahremöller, Axel 1986: Der Beitrag des Mittelstandes bei der Lösung von Beschäftigungsproblemen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. IfM-Materialien Nr. 40, Institut für Mittelstandsforschung,Bonn
  • Aldrich, H. E./Auster, E. 1986: „Even Dwarfs Started Small: Liabilities of Size and Age and their Strategic Implications“. In: Research in OrganizationalBehaviour, Bd. 8, S. 165–198
  • Ambrosch, Marcus 2010: Effectuation – Unternehmergeist denkt anders! Echomedia Verlag, Wien
  • Bendixen, Peter 2003: Das verengte Weltbild der Ökonomie. Zeitgemäß Wirtschaften durch kulturelle Kompetenz. Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft,Darmstadt
  • Bergmann, Frithjof 2004: Neue Arbeit, neue Kultur. Arbor Verlag, Freiamt im Schwarzwald
  • Birkenbach, Katja 2007: „Form follows Function“ als ein Gestaltungsprinzip für das Geschäftsmodell eines Entrepreneurs. Dissertation, Manuskript,Berlin
  • Blum, Ulrich/Leibbrand, Frank 2001: Entrepreneurship und Unternehmertum. Denkstrukturen für eine neue Zeit. Gabler Verlag, Wiesbaden
  • Branson, Richard 1999: Business ist wie Rock ’n’ Roll: die Autobiographie des Virgin-Gründers. Campus Verlag, Frankfurt am Main/New York
  • Bygrave, William D. 1994: „The Entrepreneurial Process“. In: Bygrave, William D.: The Portable MBA in Entrepreneurship. Wiley, Hoboken, NJ
  • Casson, Marc (Hrsg.) 1990: Entrepreneurship. E. Elgar Pub., Brookfield, Vt.
  • Chan, Kim W./Mauborgne, Renée 2005: Der Blaue Ozean als Strategie. Wie man neue Märkte schafft, wo es keine Konkurrenz gibt. Carl HanserVerlag, München
  • Collrepp, Friedrich v. 2004: Handbuch Existenzgründung: Für die ersten Schritte in die dauerhaft erfolgreiche Selbständigkeit. 4. Aufl., Schäffer-Poeschel Verlag, Stuttgart
  • Curtis, Lee J. 1999: Lloyd Loom. Wohnen mit klassischen Korbmöbeln. Mosaik Verlag, München
  • Dees, J. Gregory 2001: The Meaning of “Social Entrepreneurship“. Kauffman Centre for Entrepreneurial Leadership, Stanford
  • Dowling, Michael 2003: Gründungsmanagement. 2. Aufl., Springer Verlag, Berlin
  • Drucker, Peter F. 1985: Innovation and Entrepreneurship. HarperCollins, New York
  • Faltin, Günter 1987: „Bildung und Einkommenserzielung. Das Defizit: Unternehmerische Qualifikation“. In: Axt, Heinz-Jürgen (Hrsg.): Ausbildungs-und Beschäftigungskrise in der Dritten Welt. Verlag für Interkulturelle Kommunikation, Frankfurt am Main
  • Faltin, Günter 1998: „Das Netz weiter werfen – Für eine neue Kultur unternehmerischen Handelns“. In: Faltin, Günter/Ripsas, Sven/Zimmer, Jürgen (Hrsg.): Entrepreneurship. Wie aus Ideen Unternehmen werden. C.H. Beck, München
  • Faltin, Günter 2001: „Creating a Culture of Innovative Entrepreneurship“. In: Journal of International Business and Economy, Vol. 2, No. 1, S. 123–140
  • Faltin, Günter 2005: „Für eine Kultur des Unternehmerischen“. In: Bucher, Anton/Lauermann, Karin/Walcher, Elisabeth: Leistung – Lust & Last. Obv & Hpt, Wien
  • Faltin, Günter/Zimmer, Jürgen 1996: Reichtum von unten. Die neuen Chancen der Kleinen. 2. Aufl., Aufbau Verlag, Berlin
  • Ferriss, Timothy 2007: The 4-Hour Workweek. Crown Publishers, New York
  • Fink, Klaus 2008: Entrepreneurship. Theorie und Fallstudien zu Gründungs-, Wachstums- und KMU-Management. facultas.wuv, Wien
  • Flach, Frederick F. 2003: In der Krise kommt die Kraft. Herder Verlag, Freiburg
  • Fleischmann, Fritz: Entrepreneurship as emancipation: The history of an idea.
  • Franke, Nikolaus/Lüthje, Christian 2004: „Entrepreneurship und Innovation“. In: Achleitner, Ann-Kristin et al. (Hrsg.): Jahrbuch Entrepreneurship2003/2004. Springer-Verlag, Berlin
  • Friebe, Holm/Lobo Sascha 2006: Wir nennen es Arbeit. Heyne Verlag, München
  • Fritsch, Michael/Weyh, Antje 2006: „How Large are the Direct Employment Effects of New Businesses? – An Empirical Investigation“. In: SmallBusiness Economics, 27, S. 245-260
  • Fueglisthaler, Urs 2004: Entrepreneurship. Gabler Verlag, Wiesbaden
  • Gamper, Karl 2005: So schön kann Wirtschaft sein. J. Kamphausen Verlag, Bielefeld
  • Gamper, Jwala und Karl 2007: Es ist alles gesagt. Jetzt braucht es Beispiele. edition.gamper.com
  • Gebhardt, Eike 1991: Abschied von der Autorität. Die Manager der Postmoderne. Gabler Verlag, Wiesbaden
  • Gibb, Allan 1999:„Can we build effective Entrepreneurship through Management Development?“ In: Journal of General Management, Vol. 24, No. 4
  • Gibb, Allan 2001:„Creative, Condusive Environments for Learning an Entrepreneurship. Living with, Dealing with, Creating and Enjoying Uncertainty and Complexity“. Address to the Conference of the entrepreneurship Forum, Naples
  • Godin, Seth 2004:Free Prize Inside!. Penguin Group, New York
  • Goebel, Peter 1990: Erfolgreiche Jungunternehmer. Moderne Verlagsgesellschaft, München
  • Goleman, Daniel 1997: Emotionale Intelligenz. Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, München (Original: Emotional Intelligence. Why it can mattermore than IG. Bantam Books, New York 1995)
  • Goleman, Daniel/Kaufman, Paul/Ray, Michael 2002: Kreativität entdecken. Carl Hanser Verlag, München
  • Gratzon, Fred 2004: The Lazy Way To Success. J. Kamphausen Verlag, Bielefeld
  • Greiner, Larry E. 1998: Commentary and Revision of HBR Classic, “Evolution and Revolution as Organizations Grow”, Harvard Business Review 76 (3/1998), S. 55–68, Commentary “Revolution is still inevitable”, S. 64–65
  • Grill, Markus 2007: Kranke Geschäfte. Wie die Pharmaindustrie uns manipuliert. Rowohlt, Reinbek bei Hamburg
  • Gryskiewicz, Stanley 2006: Positive Turbulence, Developing Climates for Creativity, Innovation and Renewal. Center for Creative Leadership,Greensboro, N.C.
  • Heinle, Thomas 2005: Finde deinen Job. Goldmann, München
  • Hemer, Joachim/Berteit, Herbert/Walter, Gerd/Göthner, Maximilian 2006: Erfolgsfaktoren für Unternehmensausgründungen aus der Wissenschaft. Studien zum deutschen Innovations system Nr. 05-2006, Herausgeber: BMBF, Berlin
  • Hansen, Klaus P. 1992: Die Mentalität des Erwerbs: Erfolgsphilosophien amerikanischer Unternehmer. Campus Verlag, Frankfurt am Main/NewYork
  • Hinterhuber Hans H. 1992: Strategische Unternehmensführung. De Gruyter, Berlin/New York
  • Horx, Matthias 2001: Smart Capitalism. Eichborn Verlag, Frankfurt am Main
  • Horx, Matthias 2005: Wie wir leben werden. Unsere Zukunft beginnt jetzt. Campus Verlag, Frankfurt am Main
  • Institut der Deutschen Wirtschaft 2006: Wachstumsfaktor Innovation. Köln
  • Jacobsen, Liv Kirsten 2003: Bestimmungsfaktoren für Erfolg im Entrepreneurship – Entwicklung eines umfassenden Modells. Dissertation imFachbereich Erziehungswissenschaft und Psychologie der Freien UniversitätBerlin, Berlin
  • Jarvis, Jeff 2009: Was würde Google tun? Wie man von den Erfolgsstrategien des Internet-Giganten profitiert. Heyne, München
  • Johansson, Frans 2004: The Medici Effect. Breakthrough insights at the intersection of ideas, concepts, and cultures. Harvard Business SchoolPress, Boston, Mass.
  • Kawasaki, Guy 2004: The Art of The Start. Penguin, New York
  • Kirzner, Israel M. 1978: Competition and Entrepreneurship. University of Chicago Press
  • Klandt, Heinz 1999: Gründungsmanagement: Der integrierte Unternehmensplan. Oldenbourg Verlag, München/Wien
  • Knieß, Michael 2006: Kreativitätstechniken. Möglichkeiten und Übungen. Beck in dtv, München
  • Kollmann, Tobias (Hrsg.): Gabler Kompakt-Lexikon Unternehmensgründung 2005. Gabler, Wiesbaden
  • Kulicke, Marianne/Görisch, Jens/Stahlecker, Thomas 2005: Erfahrungen aus EXIST – Querschau über die einzelnen Projekte. Fraunhofer-Institutfür Systemtechnik und Innovationsforschung, Karlsruhe
  • Malek, Miroslaw/Ibach, Peter K. 2004: Entrepreneurship: Prinzipien, Ideen und Geschäftsmodelle zur Unternehmensgründung im Informationszeitalter.dpunkt.verlag, Heidelberg
  • Malik, Fredmund 2006: Führen. Leisten. Leben. 10. Auflage, Campus Verlag, Frankfurt am Main/New York
  • May, Matthew E./Kawasaki, Guy 2009: In Pursuit of Elegance: Why the Best Ideas Have Something Missing, Random House, New York
  • Mellewigt, T./Witt, P. 2002: „Die Bedeutung des Vorgründungsprozesses für die Evolution von Unternehmen: Stand der empirischen Forschung“. In: Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft 72, S. 81–110
  • Menger, Pierre-Michel 2006: Kunst und Brot. Die Metamorphosen des Arbeitnehmers. UvK Verlagsgesellschaft, Konstanz
  • Mitchell, Donald/Coles, Carol 2003: “The ultimate competitive advantage of continuing business model innovation”, The Journal of BusinessStrategy, Vol. 24, S. 15–21
  • Moog, Petra 2005: Good Practice in der Entrepreneurship-Ausbildung – Versuch eines internationalen Vergleichs. Studie für den FGF, Bonn
  • Morgan, Gareth 1991: „Emerging Waves and Challenges: The Need for New Competencies and Mindsets“. In: Henry, J. (Hrsg.): Creative Management. Sage Publications, London/Newbury Park/New Delhi
  • Opoczynski, Michael 2005: ZDF WISO Ratgeber Existenzgründung: Business Plan/Finanzierung und Rechtsform /Steuern und Versicherungen/ Checklisten und Adressen. Redline Wirtschaft, Frankfurt am Main
  • Osterwalder, Alexander 2004: The Business Model Ontology. A Proposition in a Design Science Approach. Dissertation, vorgelegt in der Ecoledes Hautes Etudes Commerciales de l’Université de Lausanne
  • Osterwalder, Alexander/Pigneur, Yves 2010: Business Model Generation, John Wiley & Sons, New York
  • Pinchot, Gifford 1985: Intrapreneuring. Why you don’t have to leave the corporation to become an entrepreneur. Harper & Row, New York
  • Reitmeyer, Dieter (mit Peter Spiegel) 2008: Unternimm Dein Leben. Als Lebensunternehmer zu neuem Erfolg. Carl Hanser Verlag, München
  • Ridderstråle, Jonas/Nordström, Kjell A. 2000: Funky Business. Wie kluge Köpfe das Kapital zum Tanzen bringen. Financial Times Prentice Hall,München
  • Ripsas, Sven 1997: Entrepreneurship als ökonomischer Prozeß: Perspektiven zur Förderung unternehmerischen Handelns. Deutscher Universitäts-Verlag, Wiesbaden
  • Ripsas, Sven/Zumholz, Holger/Kolata, Christian 2007: „Strategische Planungsqualität, formale Businessplanung und Unternehmenserfolg – eine empirische Untersuchung der Gewinner von Businessplan-Wettbewerben“. Beitrag zum FGF-Forum, Aachen
  • Roddick, Anita 1991: Body and Soul: Erfolgsrezept Öko-Ethik. Econ Verlag, Düsseldorf/Wien/New York/Moskau
  • Röpke, Jochen 2002: Der lernende Unternehmer: zur Evolution und Konstruktion unternehmerischer Kompetenz. Mafex-Publikationen, Marburg
  • Rubin, Ron/Stuart, Avery G. 2001: Success at Life: How to Catch and Live Your Dream. New Market Press, New York
  • Sarasvathy, Saras D. 2009: Effectuation: Elements of Entrepreneurial Expertise (New Horizons in Entrepreneurship), Edward Elgar PublishingLtd., Cheltenham
  • Schumpeter, Joseph 1993: Theorie der wirtschaftlichen Entwicklung. 8., unveränderter Abdruck der 4. Auflage (1934), Duncker und Humblot, Berlin
  • Sloterdijk, Peter 2005: Im Weltinnenraum des Kapitals. Suhrkamp Verlag, Frankfurt am Main
  • Spiegel, Peter 2007: Muhammad Yunus – Banker der Armen. Herder Verlag, Freiburg im Breisgau
  • Stähler, Patrick 2002: Geschäftsmodelle in der digitalen Ökonomie: Merkmale, Strategien und Auswirkungen. Electronic Commerce, Bd. 7. JosefEul Verlag, Köln
  • Sternberg, Rolf/Brixy, Udo/Schlapfner, Jan-Florian 2006: Länderbericht Deutschland 2005. Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, Hannover/Nürnberg
  • Suter, Martin 2002: Business Class. Geschichten aus der Welt des Managements. Diogenes Verlag, Zürich
  • Szyperski, Norbert 2004: „Künstler und Unternehmer. Was können Wissenschaftler von ihnen lernen?“ In: DBW Editorial 04/2004
  • Timmons, Jeffry 1994: New Venture Creation. Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century. 4. Auflage, Irwin, Boston
  • Timmons, Jeffry/Spinelli, Steven/Zacharakis, Andrew 2004: Business plans that work. McGraw-Hill Professional, New York
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  • Volkmann, Christine K./Tokarski, Kim Oliver 2006: Entrepreneurship. Gründung und Wachstum von jungen Unternehmen. Lucius & Lucius,Stuttgart
  • Witt, Peter 2005: Stand und offene Fragen der Gründungsforschung. Studie für das Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF), Vallendar ZDF/FWU Institut für Film und Bild in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 2004/2005: Mission X: Der Kampf um die schwarze Formel. Mainz

Business as Mission Bibliography

Adams, B., & Raithatha, M. (2012). Building the kingdom through business: A mission strategy for the 21st century world. Watford, UK: Instant Apostle.

Anonymous. (2013). Transformational development: Lessons from central Asia. Evangelical missions quarterly, 49(1), 64-70.

Alvord, S., Brown, D., & Letts, W. (2004). Social entrepreneurship and societal transformation: An exploratory study. Journal of applied behavioral science, 40(3), 260-282.

Austin, J., Stevenson, H., & Wei-Skillern, J. (2006). Social and commercial entrepreneurship: Same, different, or both? Entrepreneurship theory and & practice, 30(1), 1-22.

Baer, M. (2006). Business as mission: The power of business in the kingdom of God. Seattle, WA: YWAM Publishing.

Baer, M. (2015). Gospel Entrepreneur: Starting a Kingdom Business.Kindle e-book.

Baer, M. (2015). 2IC: Business as Mission for the Rest of Us.Kindle e-book.

Bailey, Stephen. (2007). Is Business as Mission Honest? Evangelical Missions Quarterly. 42(3): 368-372.

Baker, D. (2006). Missional geometry: Plotting the coordinates of business as mission. In T. Steffen & M. Barnett (Eds.), Business as Mission: From Impoverished to Empowered (pp. 37-64). Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library.

Bas (pseudonym) (2012). BAM in the Arab World. St. Francis Magazine. 8(1): 16-21. Available online at http://www.stfrancismagazine.info/ja/content/view/626/38/.

Bates, M. J. (2015). Why business as mission entrepreneurs decided to go into business. Business journal for entrepreneurs, 2015(1), 78-106.

Befus, D. (2002). Kingdom business: The ministry of promoting economic development. Miami, FL: Latin America Mission.

Befus, D. (2005). Where there are no jobs: Enterprise solutions for employment and public goods for the poor. Miami, FL: Latin America Mission.

Befus, D. (2010). Kingdom Business Revisited: The Case of Northern Colombia. Evangelical Missions Quarterly. 45(2): 158-164.

Befus, D. (2013). “Business Education and Microenterprise Revisited: Productivity, Entre-preneurship, and Job Creation,” Christian Business Academy Review, 115-121.

Bronkema, D., & Brown, C.(2009). Business as mission through the lens of development: Transformation. 26(2), 82-88.

Bussau, D., & Mask, R. (2003). Christian microenterprise development: An introduction. Waynesboro, GA: Regnum Books.

Chan, K., & Yamamori, T. (2002). Holistic entrepreneurs in China: A Handbook on the world trade organization and the new opportunities for Christians. Pasadena, CA: William Carey International University Press.

Chewning, R. (2012). “Augustine and Aquinas: Their theological progeny come face to face with “business as mission.”” Journal of biblical integration in business, 15(2), 64-101 (including responses).

Christensen, D. (1997). Training: Endurance food for serious tentmakers. International journal of frontier missions, 14(3), 133-138.

Christiansen, L. (2008). Faith-based social entrepreneurship: Business as mission. Unpublished master’s thesis, Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark. Available at: http://studenttheses.cbs.dk/bitstream/handle/10417/681/linda_christiansen.pdf?sequence=1

Corbett, S., & Fikkert, B. (2009). When helping hurts: How to alleviate poverty without hurting the poor…and Yourself. Chicago, IL: Moody Publishers.

Cox, J. (1997). The tentmaking movement in historical perspective. International journal of frontier missions, 14(3), 111-117.

Danker, W. (2002). Profit for the Lord. Wipf and Stock Publishers. 

Dearborn, T., (2014). Business as a holy calling?: A workbook for Christians in business and their pastors. Createspace Independent Publishing Platform.

Dees, G. (1998). Enterprising nonprofits. Harvard business review, 76(1), 54-67.

Dees, G., Emerson, J. & Economy P. (2001). Enterprising Nonprofits: A toolkit for social entrepreneurs. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Eikenberry, M., & Kluver, D. (2004). The marketization of the non-profit sector: Civil society at risk? Public administration review, 64(2), 132-140.

Eldred, K. (2005). God is at work: Transforming people and nations through business. Ventura, CA: Regal Books.

Emerson, J. (2003). The blended value proposition: Integrating social and financial returns. California management review, 45(4), 35-51.

English, D. (2001). Paul’s secret: A 1st-century strategy for a 21st century world. World Christian, 14(3), 22-26.

Ewert, N. (1992). The role of business enterprise in Christian mission. Transformation. (9), 7-14.

Ewert, N. (2006) God’s kingdom purpose for business: Business as integral mission. In T. Steffen & M. Barnett (Eds.), Business as mission: From impoverished to empowered (pp. 19-36). Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library.

Fruchterman, J. (2011). For love or lucre. Stanford social innovation review, Spring, 41-47.

Gillespie, T., & Lucas, T. (2012). Blurring the boundaries: Emerging legal forms for hybrid organizations, implications for Christian social entrepreneurs. The journal of biblical integration in business, 15(1), 11-28.

Ginter, G. (1998). Overcoming resistance through tentmaking in Woodberry, J. Dudley (ed.) Reaching the resistant: Barriers and bridges for mission. (pp. 209-218). EMS Series #6. Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library.

Goheem, W. (2004). The Galtronics Story. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers.

Golden, K., Hewitt, A., & McBane, M. (2010). Social entrepreneurship: Social impact metrics. Available at: http://www.marsdd.com/news-insights/mars-reports/social-entrepreneurship-social-impact-metrics/

Greer, P., & Smith, P. (2009). The poor will be glad: Joining the revolution to lift the world out of poverty. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.

Grenz, S. (1999). God’s business: A foundation for Christian mission in the marketplace. Crux, 35(1), 19-25.

Grudem, W. (2003). Business for the glory of God. Wheaton, IL: Crossway.

Guthrie, S. (2000). Tentmaking. In Missions in the third millennium: 21 key trends for the 21st century. (pp. 117-122). Waynesboro, GA: Paternoster Press.

Hamilton, D. (1987). Tentmakers speak: Practical advice from over 400 missionary tentmakers. Duarte, CA: TMQ Research.

Hock, R. (1979). The workshop as a social setting for Paul’s missionary preaching. The catholic biblical quarterly. 14(3), 439-450.

Hoksbergen, R. (2009). Transformational development: The Role of Christian NGOs in SME development. In S. Rundle (Ed.), Economic justice in a flat world: Christian perspectives on globalization (pp. 201-222). Colorado Springs, CO: Paternoster Publishing Co.

Interserve International (2012). Business as Mission – Task Force Report. St. Francis Magazine. 8(1): 33-51. Available online at http://www.stfrancismagazine.info/ja/content/view/625/38/.

Interserve International (2012). Business as Mission – Best Practice Guidelines. St. Francis Magazine. 8(1): 52-66. Available online at http://www.stfrancismagazine.info/ja/content/view/623/38/.

Jean-Louis, D., & Klamer, J. (2016). From aid to trade: How aid organisations, businesses, and governments can work together: Lessons learned from Haiti. Ashland, OH: Fresh Strategy Press.

Johnson, C. N. (2003). Toward a marketplace missiology. Missiology: An international review, 31(1), 87-97.

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