In my humble opinion Entrepreneurship can be best defined by the most unlikely of sources; Karl Mark. Marx claimed that there are two classes in society, The Capitalist class and the Worker Class. According to Marx the Capitalists owned the means of production whilst the Workers merely owned their ability to sell their labour. So wouldn't Entrepreneurship best be defined as moving from the "Worker" class were one has only the ability sell ones labour for a wage , to the Capitalist class were you own the means of production and have the ability to sell something of higher value. Thoughts please.
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