This book focuses on nature of entrepreneurship through investigation of historical texts, theories and publications. It demonstrates how history has led to changes in Poland's development with emphasis on entrepreneurship. A series of models identify essential elements/factors within a transitional economy. It suggests economic, cultural and societal histories should be known to enable governments and individuals to understand their origins. It advocates that strength of an individual is created by societal constructs, and Entrepreneurs progress if there is political and economic freedom. It establishes that Entrepreneurs bring economic rewards, but most importantly serve as catalysts in development of the free market economy and democratisation of society.