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  1. Given the interactive and practical nature of the module there is no existing core text. However, students are encouraged to consider the following relevant texts in order to develop their understanding of entrepreneurship and enterprise.

  2. Entrepreneurship 5 items
    In order to understand definitions, theories and different approaches in entrepreneurship, students are encouraged to read at least one of the following readings:
    1. Exploring entrepreneurship: practices and perspectives - Richard Blundel, Nigel Lockett 2011

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    2. New venture creation: entrepreneurship for the 21st century - Jeffry A. Timmons, Stephen Spinelli 2004

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    3. New venture creation: an innovator's guide to entrepreneurship - Marc H. Meyer, Frederick G. Crane, Marc H. Meyer c2014

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    4. Entrepreneurship: a process perspective - Robert A. Baron, Scott Shane c2008

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    5. The foundations of entrepreneurship - Scott Shane c2002

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  3. Business plan and pitch 4 items
    To gain a more practical knowledge on how to write a successful business plan and pitch, students are encouraged to consult the following readings:
    1. The best-laid business plans: how to write them, how to pitch them - Paul Barrow, Warwick Business School. Centre for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises 2001

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