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  1. Identity work of science-based entrepreneurs in Finland and in Russia
  2. Navigating the family business: A gendered analysis of identity construction of daughters
  3. Challenges in delivering brand promise – focusing on municipal healthcare organisations
  4. Social entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial learning in the cultural context
  5. Barriers to Employee-Driven Innovation
  6. In search of legitimacy under institutional pressures: A case study of producer and entrepreneur farmer identities
  7. Focusing on dilemmas challenging reputation management in higher education
  8. Continuity or Change in Family Business Gender Structures - An Institutional Perspective
  9. Challenges in delivering brand promise - focusing on municipal health care organisations
  10. Heroic and humane entrepreneurs: identity work in entrepreneurship education
  11. Gender and innovation: state of the art and a research agenda
  12. Enacted Experiences: Analysing Drama in Entrepreneurial Training
  13. Determinants of job satisfaction for salaried and self-employed professionals in Finland
  14. Job satisfaction and retirement age intentions in Finland
  15. The role of creativity in opportunity search and business idea creation
  16. Stakeholder theory approach to technology incubators
  17. Transfers of business planning and bounded emotionality: a follow‐up case study
  18. Perceived learning outcomes in entrepreneurship education
  19. The context matters
  20. Back to Basics: The Role of Teaching in Developing the Entrepreneurial University
  21. Contextualizing entrepreneurship in the boundaryless career
  22. Book Review: Entrepreneurship in a European Perspective: Concepts for the Creation and Growth of New Ventures by C.K. Volkmann, K.O. Tokarski and M. Gruenhagen
  23. Which firms benefit most from the incubators?
  24. New meanings for entrepreneurs: from risk‐taking heroes to safe‐seeking professionals
  25. Managing Business Transfer: Comap Ltd and FirmX Ltd
  26. What is “enterprise education”? An analysis of the objectives and methods of enterprise education programmes in four European countries
  27. Gendered understanding of recruitment processes: applications and résumés
  28. Evaluating Entrepreneurship Education: Play of Power Between Evaluators, Programme Promoters and Policy Makers
  29. Enterprise Education in Different Cultural Settings and at Different School Levels
  30. Intrapreneurial risk-taking in public healthcare: challenging existing boundaries