In Defense of Common Sense in Entrepreneurship Theory: Beyond Philosophical Extremities and Linguistic Abuses

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Title: In Defense of Common Sense in Entrepreneurship Theory: Beyond Philosophical Extremities and Linguistic Abuses
Author(s):
Ramoglou, Stratos;
Tsang, Eric W. K.
Date Created: 2017-03-13
2017-03-13
Item Type: article
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Abstract: Whether entrepreneurial opportunities are discovered or created is a long-standing dilemma in the study of entrepreneurship. In our recent article (Ramoglou & Tsang, 2016) we framed this dilemma as false. Opportunities are neither discovered nor created. They are objectively existing propensities to be creatively actualized.
Publisher: Acad Management
ISSN: 0363-7425
Link to Related Resource: http://dx.doi.org/10.5465/amr.2017.0169
Persistent Link: http://hdl.handle.net/10735.1/6136
Bibliographic Citation: Ramoglou, Stratos, and Eric W. K. Tsang. 2017. "In defense of common sense in entrepreneurship theory: Beyond philosophical extremities and linguistic abuses." Academy of Management Review 42(4), doi:10.5465/amr.2017.0169
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