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Title: 起業者活動と地域 : 起業学習支援システムとしての地域
Other Titles: Community and Entrepreneurial Activities : Community As System of Supporting Entrepreneurial Learning
Authors: 吉田, 孟史
Yoshida, Takeshi
Issue Date: 20-Mar-1998
Publisher: 名古屋大学経済学部
Citation: 経済科学. v.45, n.4, 1998, p.1-19
Abstract: Entrepreneurs are not lonewolfves but networkers who are always trying to make relationships with various people. While they are establishing their own firms in their network, inter-learning is emerging. It consists of two type of learning. First, in order to establish and embed their business in society, entrepreneurs strive hard to offer their knowledge and meanings to the potential customers and resource providers. It is stakeholders-side learning. Second, through encountering the responses of stakeholders to entrepreneurial activities, entrepreneurs come to realize the true meaning of their activities. It is called entrepreneurial learning. It is likely to come out in the environment in which various actors exist and have close interrelationships among others. Although entrepreneurs have assets, or advantages of creating and supplying new products and services speedily, they have liabilities, or weakness of smallness and newness. Due to them they have difficulties of acquiring indispensable resources for starting their business and inter-learning. Community plays an important role of strengthening assets and reducing liabilities because it serves as the setting for smooth resource trading and dense inter-learning. If it becomes a knowledge warehouse and come to breed culture for promoting learning attitudes, community has a magnificent effect for reactivation of local economy as well as increasing emergence of new industries.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2237/19512
ISSN: 0022-9725
selfDOI: 10.18999/ecos.45.4.1
Appears in Collections:経済科学 (The Economic Science)

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