Table of contents for The illusions of entrepreneurship : the costly myths that entrepreneurs, investors, and policy makers live by / Scott A. Shane.

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Contents
Acknowledgments 000
Introduction
Chapter 1: America: Land of Entrepreneurship in an Entrepreneurial Era?
Chapter 2: What Are Today¿s Entrepreneurial Industries?
Chapter 3: Who Becomes an Entrepreneur?
Chapter 4: What Does the Typical Start-Up Look Like?
Chapter 5: How Are New Businesses Financed?
Chapter 6: How Well Does the Typical Entrepreneur Do?
Chapter 7: What Makes Some Entrepreneurs More Successful Than Others?
Chapter 8: Why Don¿t Women Start More Companies?
Chapter 9: Why Is Black Entrepreneurship So Rare?
Chapter 10: How Valuable Is the Average Start-Up?
Conclusion
Notes
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Entrepreneurship.
New business enterprises.
Success in business.