This Handbook of Research on Innovation and Entrepreneurship compiles the outstanding expertise of leading researchers in the fi eld of innovation and entrepreneurship. Such a project inevitably goes back to Schumpeter, and we adopt the motivation of his entrepreneur as our starting point. ‘The joy of creating, of getting things done’ allows us to revisit and connect seminal contributions in the research on innovation and entrepreneurship. Hereby we assume that just as entrepreneurship is needed for the innovative process, without innovation, entrepreneurship would be of little economic interest.
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