Creating Something from Nothing: Resource Construction through Entrepreneurial Bricolage

Ted Baker


We found that Lévi-Strauss's concept of bricolage—making do with what is at hand—explained many of the behaviors we observed in small firms that were able to create something from nothing by exploiting physical, social, or institutional inputs that other firms rejected or ignored


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