Grant, Robert M. “Prospering in Dynamically_Competitive environments_Organizational Capability as knowledge Integration” Organization Science, Vol. 7, No. 4 (Jul. – Aug., 1996), pp. 375-387.

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: Prospering in Dynamically-Competitive Environments: Organizational Capability
as Knowledge Integration

Unstable market conditions caused by innovation and increasing intensity and diversity of competition have resulted in organizational capabilities rather than served markets becoming the primary basis upon which firms establish their long term strategies. If the strategically most important resource of the firm is knowledge, and if knowledge resides in specialized form among individual organizational members, then the essence of organizational capability is the integration of individuals´ specialized knowledge.


Hansmann, Henry. “Ownership and Organizational Form

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://www.law.yale.edu/documents/pdf/Faculty/Ownership_and_Organizational_Form.pdf

 


 

Hart, Oliver; John Moore. “Property Rights and the Nature of the Firm”

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: https://faculty.fuqua.duke.edu/~charlesw/s591/Bocconi-Duke/Papers/C09/Hart&Moore.pdf

 


 

Hayek, F.A. “The meaning of Competition”

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://mises.org/daily/4181

 


 

Hayek, F.A. “Competition as a Discovery Procedure”

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: https://itunesu.mises.org/journals/qjae/pdf/qjae5_3_3.pdf

 


 

Holcombe, Randall G. “Political Entrepreneurship and the Democratic Allocation of Economic Resources.

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://www.gmu.edu/depts/rae/archives/VOL15_2-3_2002/holcombe.pdf

 


 

Klein, Peter. “The capitalist and the entrepreneur”

Tipo: Libro

Enlace: The capitalist and the entrepreneur

 


 

Jones, G. and Wadhwani, R.D. 2006. “Schumpeter’s plea: rediscovering history and relevance in the study of entrepreneurship”, Harvard Business School Working Paper 06-036.

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Publication%20Files/06-036.pdf

Joseph Schumpeter believed that history was essential to the study of entrepreneurship. It is a perspective that has been lost in recent scholarship. This paper shows why this has been detrimental to the field, and explores how the current situation can be improved. We begin by surveying the development of the social scientific literature on entrepreneurship since the field first emerged as an area of academic interest in the 1940s. We show that, despite theoretical agreement on the importance of context in the study of entrepreneurship, empirical research in recent years has ignored historical setting in favor of focusing on entrepreneurial behavior and cognition. The result has been a pre-occupation with high-tech start-ups in the United States, and growing irrelevance from the major issues in the contemporary global economy. The paper outlines ways in which the rediscovery of history can facilitate entrepreneurial studies, using examples from international entrepreneurship. We conclude by arguing that these methods can stimulate the kind of exchanges between the history and theory of entrepreneurship that Schumpeter envisioned.

 


 

Salerno, Joseph T. “The Entrepreneur: Real and Imagined”

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://mises.org/journals/scholar/salerno4.pdf

 


 

Kirzner, Israel M. “Equilibrium versus Market Process”

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://www.econlib.org/library/NPDBooks/Dolan/dlnFMA7.html#Part 3, Essay 1

 


 

Kirzner, Israel M. “Equilibrium versus Market Process”

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://www.econlib.org/library/NPDBooks/Dolan/dlnFMA8.html#Part 3, Essay 2

 


 

Janet T. Landa (2006), Austrian Theory of Entrepreneurship Meets the Social Science and Bioeconomics of the Ethnically Homogeneous Middleman Group, in Elisabeth Krecké, Carine Krecké, Roger G. Koppl (ed.) Cognition and Economics (Advances in Austrian Economics, Volume 9), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.177-200

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://www.emeraldinsight.com/books.htm?chapterid=1761279

The phenomenon of the ethnically homogeneous middleman group (EHMG) or ethnic trade network – the Chinese merchants in Southeast Asia, the Gujarati-Indians merchants in East Africa, the Jewish merchants in medieval Europe, etc. – is ubiquitous in stateless societies, pre-industrial and in less-developed economies (Curtin, 1984). Neoclassical (Walrasian) theory of exchange cannot explain the existence of merchants let alone the phenomenon of the EHMG. This is because Neoclassical theory of exchange is a static theory of frictionless, perfectly competitive markets with the Walrasian auctioneer costlessly coordinating the plans of anonymous producers (sellers) and consumers (buyers) so as to achieve equilibrium. There is no role for merchants in the Neoclassical theory of exchange.

 


 

Kreft, Steven F., and Russell S. Sobel. “Public Policy, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth.” West Virginia University Entrepreneurship Center Working Paper, 2003

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://www.be.wvu.edu/phd_economics/pdf/03-02.pdf

 


 

Boettke, Peter J., and Christopher J. Coyne. “Entrepreneurship and Development: Cause or Consequence?” Advances in Austrian Economics 6 (2003): 67–87.

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://mercatus.org/uploadedFiles/Mercatus/Publications/Cause%20or%20Consequence.pdf

 


 

Baumol, William J. “Entrepreneurship: Productive, Unproductive and Destructive.” Journal of Political Economy 98, no. 5 (1990): 893–921.

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://itech.fgcu.edu/faculty/bhobbs/Baumol%20Productive%20Unproductive%20Destructive%20JPE%202008.pdf

 


 

Cowen, Tyler  “Entrepreneurship, Austrian Economics, and the Quarrel Between Philosophy and Poetry”

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://www.gmu.edu/centers/publicchoice/faculty%20pages/Tyler/entrepreneurshipaustrian.PDF

 


 

DiLorenzo, Thomas J. Competition and Political Entrepreneurship: Austrian Insights into Public-Choice Theory

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace: http://mises.org/journals/rae/pdf/rae2_1_3.pdf

 


 

Kirzner. Market Theory and the Price system

Kirzner. El empresario.

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace español: http://www.eumed.net/cursecon/textos/Kirzner_empresario.pdf

Empresarialidad en sentido amplio. Empresarialidad en sentido estricto. Función económica equilibradora de la empresarialidad. Homo agens vs Homo economicus. Empresarialidad y relación con otros agentes económicos.

 


 

Bronferbrenner. A reformulation of naive profit theory

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace inglés: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1054904

Beneficio como compensación por asumir incertidumbre y riesgo. Compensación por incertidumbre que surge de derecho contractual a ingresos.


 

Frank Knight. Risk, Uncertainty and Profit

Tipo: Libro

Enlace inglés: http://mises.org/books/risk_uncertainty_profit_knight.pdf

Empresarialidad consiste en control y aceptación incertidumbre. Beneficio como diferencia incierta entre valor previsto de recursos y su valor actual. Beneficios dependen de habilidad y buena suerte. Imposibilidad de maximizar beneficio deliberadamente de antemano.

 


 

Ludwig von Mises. Human Action.

Tipo: Libro. Capítulos sobre empresarialidad XIV y XV.

Enlace español: http://www.usergioarboleda.edu.co/prime/La%20Acci%C3%B3n%20Humana%20de%20Ludwig%20von%20Mises.pdf

Enlace inglés: http://mises.org/Books/humanaction.pdf

Acción humana es esencialmente empresarial. Carácter esencialmente competitivo empresarialidad. Beneficio como arbitraje de precios de productos y de precios de los factores productivos.

 


 

H.T. Koplin. The Profit Maximization Assumption

Tipo: Artículo

Enlace ingles: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2661778

Separación entre los diferentes tipos de beneficios que recibe el empresario. Beneficios como propietario de recursos. Beneficio como actividad empresarial. Beneficios no monetarios.