January 28, 2005

Books to Read (Entrepreneurship)

As promised in the previous post, here are some good books on Entrepreneurship as recommended by Prof. Venkataraman. Once again, thanks to Thimmaiah Chendrimada for following up and patiently collating the list.

Prof. Venkataraman's List
  • Rita McGrath and Ian MacMillan, 2000. The Entrepreneurial Mind-Set. Harvard University Press.
  • Clayton Christensen, 1997. The Innovator’s Dilemma. Harvard University Press.
  • Clayton Christensen and Michael Raynor, 2003. The Innovator’s Solution. Harvard University Press.
  • Drucker, Peter. 1985. Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Harper & Row: New York.
  • Duncan Watts, 2003. Six Degrees. Norton Press.
  • Ronald Burt, 1995. Structural Holes (Chapter 1 and 3). Harvard University Press.
  • Scott Shane, 2003. A General Theory of Entrepreneurship. Edward Elgar Press.
  • Saxenian, Anna Lee, 1994. Regional Advantage. Harvard University Press.
  • Bhide, Amar. 2000. The Origin and Evolution of New Businesses. Oxford University Press: New York.
  • Sahlman, William, Stevenson, Howard, Roberts, Michael and Bhide, Amar. 1999. The Entrepreneurial Venture, Second Edition. HBS Press: Boston.
  • What do venture capitalists do? HBS Case 9-288-015
  • Sahlman, Structure and Governance of V.C. Investment, in Journal of Financial Economics, Vol. 27 (1990)

4 Comments:

At 7:08 AM, Blogger Sandeep said...

thats a gr8 series of posts Dhar..keep up the good work.
Many of us r following it.
Sandy

 
At 12:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great list. Keep them coming

 
At 12:39 PM, Blogger Suhit Anantula said...

Sumit:

Good job. As usual I have posted the list on my blog.

http://aussiemba.blogspot.com/2005/01/books-on-entrepreneurship.html

However, I would like to point out that the list has two good books missing. Built to Last and Good to Great by Jim Collins. They are must.

Suhit

 
At 3:10 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sumit,
Could you please post a similar list of finance related books. I wish to have Finance as my major and I'm from IT background.

 

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