The perfect storm of business venturing? The case of entomology-based venture creation

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Pascucci, Stefano; Dentoni, Domenico; Mitsopoulos, Dimitrios;

In this paper we discuss how cooperation and trust among entrepreneurs can be challenged when they are dealing with venture creation in the context of radical innovation. Entomology-based foods are considered as one of the most promising innovation in the food sector. H... View more
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