This article examines how research in entrepreneurship has integrated the concept of bricolage since the early 2000s. A substantial difference seems to exist between the definition and the use of the concept made by entrepreneurial theory and the foundational source of the notion of bricolage, i.e. Levi-Strauss’s book The Savage Mind (1966). We assume that this translation of an anthropologic concept into a managerial one is symptomatic of the paradigms structuring the field of entrepreneurship and investigate possible reasons why this field may have difficulties accepting the subversive aspects of bricolage.
Duymedjian, Raffi; Janssen, Frank; and Ferrante, Guillaume
"DOMESTICATING BRICOLAGE A SECOND TIME: WHAT DOES THE WAY BY WHICH BRICOLAGE IS APPROPRIATED BY ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH TELL US ABOUT THE FIELD? (SUMMARY),"
Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research: Vol. 35
, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalknowledge.babson.edu/fer/vol35/iss3/8