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Concise guide to entrepreneurship, technology and innovation /

edited by David B. Audretsch, Distinguished Professor and Ameritech Chair of Economic Development, Indiana University, USA ; Christopher S. Hayter, Assistant Professor, Center for Organization Research and Design, School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University, USA ; Albert N. Link, Virginia Batte Phillips Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA.

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Names: Audretsch, David B., | Hayter, Christopher S., | Link, Albert N.,
Published: Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar, [2015]
Series: Elgar concise guides.
Topics: Entrepreneurship. | Technological innovations.
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Academic entrepreneurship / Damien Organ -- Backdoor entrepreneurship / Gideon D. Markman -- Bootstrapping finance / Hans Landström -- Culture and innovation / Andrew J. Nelson and Stefano Cazzago -- Determinants of entrepreneurship : the quest for the entrepreneurial gene / Roy Thurik -- Disruptive technology / Uwe Cantner and Eko Agus Prasetio -- Education, entrepreneurship and the unreasonable / Michaael H. Moris -- Engineering research centers / Andrew Kao and Barry Bozeman -- Entrepreneurial buyouts / Mike Wright -- Entrepreneurial networks / G. Tyge Payne -- Entrepreneurial risk and uncertainty / Dennis Patrick Leyden -- The entrepreneurship theory jungle / Donald F. Kuratko, David B. Audretsch and Albert N. Link -- Evolution of the concept of entrepreneurship / Mark Casson -- Family business and innovation / Alfredo De Massis -- Family business entrepreneurship / Erik E. Lehmann and Katharine Wirsching -- Habitual entrepreneurs / Paul Westhead and Mike Wright -- Harnessing radical innovation / Lois S. Peters -- Impact of entrepreneurship / Simon Parker -- Incubators and accelerators / Vivek Ghosal -- Innovating through licensing / Denise Dunlap -- Managing creativity / Minkia Herzig -- Nascent entrepreneurship / Per Davidsson -- Open innovation / Joel West -- Proof of concept centers / Christopher S. Hayter -- Protecting university patents while pursuing the public good / Jacob H. Rooksby -- Public sector entrepreneurship / Dennis Patrick Leyden and Albert N. Link -- Research and technology alliances -- Returnee entrepreneurs / Xiaohui Liu -- Risk funding / Silvio Vismara -- Seed and venture capital / Sophie Manigari, Thomas Standaert and Tom Vanacker -- Serial entrepreneurship / Andrew Burke -- Social entrepreneurship / Gordon E. Shockley and Anthony Talarico -- Spatial elements of innovation / Heike Mayer -- Student entrepreneurship / Christopher S. Hayter -- Technology transfer and cluster interactions / Will Geoghegan -- Technology transfer from public institutions / Craig Boardman -- Technology transfer from public institutions / Craig Boardman -- Technology transfer from universities / James A. Cunningham -- Technology transfer models / Samantha R. Bradley -- Underexplored issues in entrepreneurial finance / Jürgen Hanssens, Marc Deloof and Tom Vanacker -- University-derived entrepreneurship / Martin Kenney -- University-industry relations / Markus Perkmann -- University research parks / Albert N. Link -- University technology transfer offices / Conor O'Kane -- University venture funds / Phillip H. Phan -- Valuing an entrepreneurial enterprise / David B. Audretsch and Albert N. Link.

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