Comprehensive Bibliography on Entrepreneurial Capitalism
We list here writings that have been useful in the making of our books and are not directly listed as a reference in the notes. This bibliography is by no means a complete source of all the works and sources we have consulted. It indicates the substance and range of reading upon which we have formed our ideas and discussions. It is here to serve as a convenience for those who wish to pursue the subject matter of entrepreneurial capitalism in greater detail.
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