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eBook Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth, Vol. 9: Critical Social and and Technological Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Midsize Firms epub

by Gary D. Libecap

eBook Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth, Vol. 9: Critical Social and  and Technological Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Midsize Firms epub
  • ISBN: 0762303298
  • Author: Gary D. Libecap
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Management & Leadership
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited; First Edition edition (December 18, 1997)
  • Pages: 300 pages
  • ePUB size: 1413 kb
  • FB2 size 1269 kb
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Innovation within and across firms

Innovation within and across firms. Effect of government regulation and tax policies. Organizational factors, market structure effects and marketing strategies. The study of the economics of entrepreneurship, while critically important, is in its early stages, with the key contributions widely scattered across journals.

ADV STUD ENTR INN V 9 (Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth). 0762303298 (ISBN13: 9780762303298).

Request PDF Patents and technology commercialization: Issues and opportunities in vol. 18, ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP, INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH (Gary Libecap, e. Elsevier Science and Technology Books 2007) This chapter discusses current issues raised by the use of patents in university-industry technology commercialization. Patents and technology commercialization: Issues and opportunities in vol. Elsevier Science and Technology Books 2007).

In section VI, policy implications are offered.

Economic growth studies and Entrepreneurship are two fields with their own distinct literatures

Economic growth studies and Entrepreneurship are two fields with their own distinct literatures.

The economic factors that affect the growth of entrepreneurship are the following . Social factors can go a long way in encouraging entrepreneurship.

It helped considerable entrepreneurial activities which took place in the 1850s. Apart from the above factors, institutions like trade/ business associations, business schools, libraries, etc. also make valuable contribution towards promoting and sustaining entrepreneurship’ in the economy.

Entrepreneurial culture has been an area of worth investigation in. .

The prime purpose of this study is to examine the effect of openness to change and self-efficacy on entrepreneurial culture with the mediating role of creativity.

Amsterdam : JAI, ISSN 1048-4736. Vol. 9. Papers and discussion from the. University of Arizona, Finova forum. Type of publication: Book, Working Paper. Type of publication (narrower categories): Konferenzschrift.

Corporate Entrepreneurial Leadership: Addressing Critical Challenges in a.

Corporate Entrepreneurial Leadership: Addressing Critical Challenges in a Disruptive Age, pp 89-109. Donald F. Kuratko and Emily Neubert. The Internal Pathways that Condition University Entrepreneurship in Latin America: An Institutional Approach, pp 89-118. The America Invents Act: A New Patent System for the 21st Century, pp 131-162. Extending the Legacy of the Land Grant Institution as a Social Innovation: A New Vision for University Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurship, pp 209-226.

This is the ninth volume in a series of studies on entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth. The work looks at social and technological factors affecting mid-size businesses, including: education; job training; health policy; and, information technology.
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