Chapter 15 Stirring and disturb - urging the movement of academic entrepreneurship onwards
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In an epilogue, Daniel Hjorth and Chris Steyaert aim to further multiply the new movements in academic entrepreneurship that this volume identifies. Therefore, they introduce a conceptual quartet that makes and keeps movement going: provocation, mobilization, affirmation, and experimentation. Their conceptual contribution, which has to be seen as an attempt to stir and disturb, relates these four parts of movement to four themes of relevance to (academic) entrepreneurship as they read and comment the various chapters of this volume. To provocation, they relate the political, to mobilization they relate the collective, to affirmation they relate the affective, and to experimentation they relate the creative. In conclusion, they declare this book's experiment to re-think academic entrepreneurship open for multiplication.

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