Abstract

This paper engages with the diversity of entrepreneurship, aiming to making it intelligible. We portray entrepreneurship is a dynamic force that keeps eyes on the horizon and feet on the ground. In the first sense, entrepreneurship is a problem. Through their envisioning entrepreneurs evade the situational constraints of the actual states of affairs and sense new problems. In the second sense, entrepreneurship is grounded in the specific practices of a particular community. We approach this diversity of entrepreneurship and its activities in terms of a reciprocal process of problematizing, involving a substantive and meaningful framing for entrepreneurial activity, and as a way towards a deeper understanding of what entrepreneurs do.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationResearch Handbook of Entrepreneurship as Practice
Publication statusAcceptance date - 2021

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