The result of the application of strategic management philosophy to the nexus of entrepreneurship, innovation, and economy, strategic entrepreneurship fosters sustainable development and competitiveness. This volume provides an introduction to the theories of strategic entrepreneurship and accounts of their real-world applications in the entrepreneurial sector. The book is divided into three parts. Chapters in Part I discuss strategic entrepreneurship dynamics and mechanisms. Chapters in Part II focus on strategic entrepreneurship concepts and theories. Chapters in Part III provide global examples of strategic entrepreneurship practices in action. Presenting a view of strategic entrepreneurship across diverse sectors and industries, this edited volume will be attractive to researchers and students interested in management, entrepreneurship, economics, public administration, and public policy, as well as corporate strategists, managers, and policymakers looking to integrate the principles of strategic entrepreneurship.