Mayer, D., Warner, D., Siedel, G. J., Lieberman, and J. K. (2012). Law for Entrepreneurs. Savior Foundation. https://open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/textbooks/279 Please read chapter 22 to get a better understanding of partnerships.
Mayer, D., Warner, D., Siedel, G. J., & Lieberman, J. K. (n.d.). Law for entrepreneurs. Open Textbook Library. Please read Chapter 25. This chapter discusses details of different company structures such as partnerships and corporations.
Stevenson, R., McMahon, S. R., Letwin, C., & Ciuchta, M. P. (2021). Entrepreneur fund-seeking: toward a theory of funding fit in the era of equity crowdfunding. Small Business Economics: An Entrepreneurship Journal, 1–26. This journal article diagnoses the legal ramification of the different forms of equity funding entrepreneurs decide on.
Żak, D. (2015). Family Business in Poland - a Theoretical - Legal Study. Studies in Modern Society, 6(1), 274–282. This peer-reviewed article highlights the legal considerations for self-employed family businesses in Poland. It may be useful to preview and compare to owning a family business in the United States.
Goel, R. K., & Nelson, M. A. (2020). Presidential versus parliamentary systems: Where do female entrepreneurs thrive? Wiley. This insightful piece critiques the differences in entrepreneurism under presidential and parliamentary systems. The authors strive to gain an understanding of which system is better equipped for women business owners.
Thapa Karki, S., Xheneti, M., & Madden, A. (2021). To Formalize or Not to Formalize: Women Entrepreneurs’ Sensemaking of Business Registration in the Context of Nepal. Journal of Business Ethics, 173(4), 687–708. This article gives insight into the journey of women entrepreneurs in Nepal. The authors explore some of the tough questions female entrepreneurs face when launching a business including the business registration process.
Bakir, C., Akgunay, S., & Coban, K. (2021). Why does the combination of policy entrepreneur and institutional entrepreneur roles matter for the institutionalization of policy ideas? Policy Sciences: Integrating Knowledge and Practice to Advance Human Dignity, 54(2), 397–422.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s11077-021-09417-3 Creating and guiding policy is often a vague and challenging aspect of entrepreneurship. Bakir, Akgunay, and Coban (2021) provide insight on the policy discussion.
Powell, K. K., & Rey, M. P. (2019). Impact of a Guest Speakers Panel of Minority Entrepreneurs on the Entrepreneurial Mindset of Minority Students. International Journal of Education Research, 14(1), 1–15. This article dives into the idea of representation when minority students are learning about entrepreneurship.