Whereas social entrepreneurship has been extensively studied, its antipode—antisocial entre-preneurship—is all but neglected in the literature. This article identifies and elucidates thisglaring conceptual and research gap; it provides a conceptual foundation for making sense ofantisocial entrepreneurship, demonstrating how it is distinct from related constructs such asillegal and destructive entrepreneurship; and it suggests an agenda for future research onantisocial entrepreneurship. Through studying antisocial entrepreneurship, a broader spectrumof entrepreneurial intentions, actions and outcomes becomes visible, potentially furthering ourunderstanding, not only of antisocial entrepreneurship, but also of other, more commonlystudied, facets of entrepreneurship.
Erik Lundmark, Alf Westelius, Journal of Business Venturing Insights,
Volume 11, June 2019, e00104