Entrepreneurship and Organised Crime provides a fresh and realistic insight into the problem of organised crime activity and the role of entrepreneurs in illegal business.
Petter Gottschalk takes a close look at how some entrepreneurs choose to develop criminal business enterprises. Stage models for criminal entrepreneurs are presented, and entrepreneurial leadership and management are discussed. This book illustrates how so many issues for entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship are similar in legal and illegal business. At the same time, all the cases in the book show how different many of the individual criminal entrepreneurs are. In sum, this book provides a pragmatic view of another kind of entrepreneurship not frequently discussed in a neutral way.
This book will be warmly welcomed by scholars and researchers looking for a different perspective of entrepreneurship or interested in criminology. This will also be a good reference tool for students at police academies.
|Publisher:||Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Petter Gottschalk, Professor, Department of Leadership and Organizational Behavior, BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo, Norway
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction 1. Entrepreneurship in Organised Crime 2. Stage Models for Criminal Entrepreneurs 3. Entrepreneurial Leadership and Management 4. Value Configurations in Criminal Entrepreneurship 5. Entrepreneurial Structure and Culture 6. Entrepreneurial Growth in Illegal Business 7. Strategic Planning for Criminal Entrepreneurship 8. Knowledge Management in Criminal Entrepreneurship Conclusion References Index