By James A. Montanye
This article appeared in the Spring 2006 issue of The Independent Review


The theory of entrepreneurship, having been left fragmented across academic subdisciplines, is one of the weakest links in modern economics. A single, comprehensive theory of entrepreneurship must integrate previous discoveries, offer a broader conception of entrepreneurial rewards, and develop a fuller appreciation of how entrepreneurs confront uncertainty.

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