Claire Leitch
Claire Leitch
Professor of Entrepreneurial Learning
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Entrepreneurship education and training: can entrepreneurship be taught? Part I
C Henry, F Hill, C Leitch
Education+ Training, 2005
Entrepreneurial learning: Researching the interface between learning and the entrepreneurial context
RT Harrison, CM Leitch
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 29 (4), 351-371, 2005
The philosophy and practice of interpretivist research in entrepreneurship: Quality, validation, and trust
CM Leitch, FM Hill, RT Harrison
Organizational Research Methods 13 (1), 67-84, 2010
Entrepreneurship education and training: the issue of effectiveness
C Henry, F Hill, C Leitch
Routledge, 2017
Entrepreneurship education and training: can entrepreneurship be taught? Part II
C Henry, F Hill, C Leitch
Education+ Training, 2005
Voodoo institution or entrepreneurial university? Spin-off companies, the entrepreneurial system and regional development in the UK
RT Harrison, C Leitch
Regional Studies 44 (9), 1241-1262, 2010
Entrepreneurial and business growth and the quest for a “comprehensive theory”: tilting at windmills?
C Leitch, F Hill, H Neergaard
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 34 (2), 249-260, 2010
The development of entrepreneurial leadership: The role of human, social and institutional capital
CM Leitch, C McMullan, RT Harrison
British Journal of Management 24 (3), 347-366, 2013
A process model for entrepreneurship education and development
CM Leitch, RT Harrison
International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 1999
Entrepreneurial leadership: Insights and directions
CM Leitch, T Volery
International Small Business Journal 35 (2), 147-156, 2017
The effectiveness of training for new business creation: a longitudinal study
C Henry, FM Hill, CM Leitch
International Small Business Journal 22 (3), 249-271, 2004
Learning organizations: the measurement of company performance
C Leitch, R Harrison, J Burgoyne, C Blantern
Journal of European Industrial Training, 1996
Maximising the potential of university spin‐outs: the development of second‐order commercialisation activities
CM Leitch, RT Harrison
R&D Management 35 (3), 257-272, 2005
Discipline emergence in entrepreneurship: Accumulative fragmentalism or paradigmatic science
R Harrison, C Leitch
Entrepreneurship: Innovation and Change 5 (2), 65-83, 1996
Breaking glass: Towards a gendered analysis of entrepreneurial leadership
RT Harrison, CM Leitch, M McAdam
Research Handbook on Entrepreneurship and Leadership, 2018
‘Desperately seeking finance?’The demand for finance by women-owned and-led businesses
FM Hill, CM Leitch, RT Harrison
Venture Capital 8 (02), 159-182, 2006
Entrepreneurship and leadership: the implications for education and development
RT Harrison, CM Leitch
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 6 (2), 111-125, 1994
Developing paradigmatic awareness in university business schools: The challenge for executive education
RT Harrison, CM Leitch, R Chia
Academy of Management Learning & Education 6 (3), 332-343, 2007
Developing a coherent enterprise support policy: a new challenge for governments
C Henry, F Hill, C Leitch
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 21 (1), 3-19, 2003
Learning and organization in the knowledge‐based information economy: initial findings from a participatory action research case study
RT Harrison, CM Leitch
British Journal of Management 11 (2), 103-119, 2000
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