Place attachment and social legitimacy: Revisiting the sustainable entrepreneurship journey

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Kibler, Ewald; Fink, Matthias; Lang, Richard; Munoz, Pablo;
  • Publisher: Elsevier

This paper revisits the sustainable entrepreneurship journey by introducing a ‘place- based’ sustainable venture path model. We suggest that distinguishing between emo- tional (‘caring about the place’) and instrumental (‘using the place’) place attachment of sustainabl... View more
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