Entrepreneurship is a relatively old word that has French roots.
The word entrepreneur is about three hundred years old, and the first people who paid attention to the word entrepreneur and the concept of entrepreneurship were economists.
People like Richard Cantillon and Adam Smith used the word entrepreneur in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Although some people have been called entrepreneurs for about three hundred years, entrepreneurship as we understand it (and is considered in fields such as entrepreneurial management) has only been around for about a century.
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