What is 'myth' and what is 'known' in entrepreneurship? This series publishes authored and edited books that challenge conventional wisdom and basic assumptions in all areas of entrepreneurship e.g. nascent entrepreneurship, start-up entrepreneurship, technology entrepreneurship, growth entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, women entrepreneurship, minority entrepreneurship, international entrepreneurship, family businesses, to name a few. We encourage scholars to combine insights from multiple disciplines to advance diversity and pluralism in entrepreneurship with respect to research topics and methods. Books in this series challenge authors to look beyond the mainstream empiricist or positivist positions to also include interpretivist positions among others. This series is seeks innovative approaches to the study of entrepreneurship that are often overlooked. The series is designed to encourage out of the box thinking with respect to theory, methods, longitudinal studies, innovation, governmental policies, frame breaking case studies entrepreneurship in different contexts, and collected works on critical topics and under researched areas.