Cunningham and Lischeron describe that research activity on entrepreneurship can be categories into six different schools , each with its own highlighted set of beliefs and its interest in studying personal characteristics, opportunities, management, or the need for adapting an existing venture. The authors identify these schools as: "Great Person" School, Psychological Characteristics School, Classical School, Management School, Leadership School, and Intrapreneurship School. This paper emphasizes on psychological characteristics school, management school, leadership school and intrapreneurship school.
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