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.

James A. Montanye is a retired consulting economist in Falls Church, Virginia.
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