TITLE

INTERNATIONAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN BRAZIL: THE CASE OF FERNANDO HENRIQUE CARDOSO

AUTHOR(S)
Kane, Richard F.
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
USASBE Conference Proceedings;2008, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Paper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Fernando Henrique Cardoso, former two-term President of Brazil, is world renowned as the father of dependency theory and the first sociologist to become head of state. Hitherto unnoticed in the field of international entrepreneurship, however, is the extent to which Cardoso's rise to eminence as a scholar and statesman is based on entrepreneurship research in the Schumpeterian tradition Cardoso first published in 1964. This paper briefly discusses the methodology and impact of Cardoso's entrepreneurship research to situate him squarely among the ranks of the most influential early international entrepreneurship scholars.
ACCESSION #
31131623

 

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