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Mark Casson is Professor of Economics at the University of Reading. His publications include The Entrepreneur (1982; new edition, 2002), Entrepreneurship and Business Culture (1995) and Enterprise and Leadership (2000). He has contributed articles on entrepreneurship to the New Palgrave Dictionary
of Economics, the International Encyclopaedia of Social Science, the Fortune Dictionary of Economics and the Oxford Encyclopaedia of Economic History. His most recent work focuses on links between entrepreneurship and theories of the firm.
Bernard Yeung is Abraham Krasnoff Professor of Global Business, Economics and Strategy, Stern School of Business, New York University. He was Vice-President of the Academy of International Business, 2000-2002. He has published widely at the interface of economics, finance and strategy, with special
reference to SME performance, family business, corporate finance, capital market functionality, and foreign direct investment. He edited Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in the Global Economy (1999) with Zoltan Acs.
Anuradha Basu is Associate Professor, College of Business, San Jose State University, and formerly Visiting Scholar, Center for Research on Economic Development and Policy Reform, Stanford University (2002-3). She has published widely on Asian business, and on ethnic minority businesses in the UK.
She was a member of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office UK India Consultative Group (2001-2).
Nigel Wadeson is Lecturer in Economics at the University of Reading. He has published on information costs and the theory of the firm in a number of journals. His teaching currently includes MSc courses in both Entrepreneurship and Small Business Economics. He is also an expert in Computer Science,
and has several years' experience of working in entrepreneurial ventures in the IT industry.
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