6 edition of Entrepreneurship, innovation, and economic growth found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David B. Audretsch.|
|LC Classifications||HB615 .A936 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005032166|
The spillovers in knowledge among largely college-educated workers were among the key reasons for the impressive degree of economic growth and spread of entrepreneurship in the Cited by: Chapter in forthcoming NBER book The Role of Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Economic Growth, Aaron Chatterji, Josh Lerner, Scott Stern, and Michael J. Andrews, editors Conference held January , Forthcoming from University of Chicago Press. This chapter is not currently available : Aaron Chatterji, Josh Lerner, Scott Stern, Michael J Andrews.
Financial Entrepreneurship for Economic Growth in Emerging Nations is an innovative reference source for the latest scholarly research on strategies and techniques for financing small and medium-sized enterprises in the context of developing nations. Including a range of pertinent topics such as microinsurance, risk management, and advertising. We provide a brief review of a previous work that models the impact of technology and innovation on economic growth, starting with the pioneering work of Solow and bringing it to the present state of the art in accounting for innovation in economic growth models. Entrepreneurship, of course, is a very challenging topic to model.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship During Economic Crises: /ch The main goals of this chapter are to present an overview of the relevance of innovation and entrepreneurship in modern economies and analyze the importance. Financing Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Markets offers an original perspective on the links between macro data on innovation, data on micro-entrepreneurial processes and venture capital supply. The authors synthesize two disparate fields of research and thinking—innovation and entrepreneurship and economics—to illuminate how domestic companies compete and the business.
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For the above reasons, this book is recommendable reading for all those scholars and students who want to become more familiar with recent theoretical advances and empirical results in the economics of entrepreneurship, innovation, and economic growth.
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Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth (ASEIEG) provides a timely and relevant discussion and exploration of entrepreneurial topics, their impact, and ties to key values in today’s society, such as social, environmental and economic issues and challenges.
Topics range from aspects of entrepreneurial. The Microtheory of Innovative Entrepreneurship will be widely read, discussed, and debated, and is likely to have a significant impact on the scholarly conversation."—Peter G. Klein, University innovation Missouri "This book is a timely and valuable contribution to the economics of entrepreneurship.
By focusing on the role of entrepreneurship in innovation and economic growth and on how public policy can support this role, this book provides useful insights and an excellent overview.
It will be a valuable source of information and inspiration for economists interested in entrepreneurship and Cited by: Entrepreneurship and innovation are two of the most pervasive concepts of our times, yet there are still gaps in our understanding of the interactions between entrepreneurship and innovation, particularly in developing countries.
This book attempts to fill this gap. It focuses on the entrepreneurship-innovation-development nexus, drawing heavily on empirical evidence from developing countries.
Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth. This book explains why entrepreneurship has emerged as a bona fide instrument of growth policy.
The knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship. Book Review by Stephen J. Redding, London School of Economics and CEPR This stimulating book analyses the interplay between entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth in the United States of America.
The starting premise is that innovation is the driving force of growth in the “knowledge economy.” The book.
Innovation and entrepreneurship are central to fostering economic growth and impact. But these concepts also raise complex questions for economists: how does innovation impact social mobility and income inequality. Does state regulation affect entrepreneurial activity. And how can innovation and entrepreneurship support the economic growth of.
Entrepreneurship and innovation are two of the most pervasive concepts of our times, yet there are still gaps in our understanding of the interactions between entrepreneurship and innovation, particularly in developing countries. This book is an attempt to fill this gap. It focuses on the entrepreneurship-innovation-development nexus, drawing heavily on empirical evidence from developing.
The book, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Development, published by Oxford University Press, is the result of a collaborative project between UNU-MERIT and UNU-WIDER. For more information, including a link to the publisher’s website, profiles of the authors and a related UNU-WIDER article, see the book announcement page on the UNU.
Get this from a library. Entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth. [David B Audretsch] -- "When considered as an integrated body of work, the chapters within this book highlight the development and evolution of a research trajectory linking together entrepreneurship with innovative.
Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, & Economic Growthr is now available online at ScienceDirect — full-text online of volumes 12 onwards.
Elsevier book series on ScienceDirect gives multiple users throughout an institution simultaneous online. "This book's remarkable achievement is to gather some of the brightest minds in economics to discuss some of the most important issues in the field―innovation, entrepreneurship, and growth.
It is particularly refreshing to see these topics addressed at a variety of levels and from a Format: Hardcover. Nowadays, ‘innovation policy’ and ‘national innovation systems’ have become a standard part of the economic growth discourse in both advanced and developing economies.
The interplay between market development, systems of innovation and government science, technology and innovation policies is an important theme of this book. Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries 3 factors are used more efficiently, raising their rate of return.
As a result, firms become larger and start to exploit econ-omies of scale. In this case, innovation becomes more important and poten-tially contributes to around 10 per cent of economic activity. Finally. innovation, growth, and ongoing improvements in the quality of life of citizens.
JEL codes: K2, O3, O4 Keywords: technological innovation, economic growth, permissionless innova - tion, regulation, risk-taking, entrepreneurship, total factor productivity James Broughel and Adam Thierer. “Technological Innovation and Economic Growth.
Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Geography and Growth provides a timely, accessible review of our understanding of the complex links between innovation, entrepreneurship, geography and growth.
Expert contributions provide a thorough roadmap of the developments in research at the interface of these themes. Downloadable. When considered as an integrated body of work, the chapters within this book highlight the development and evolution of a research trajectory linking together entrepreneurship with innovative activity and ultimately economic growth.
The book is heavily referenced and relies on much work over the past decades in the field. Relevance/Longevity rating: 4 The book is relevant, and will stay that way, as a compendium of techniques and processes related to entrepreneurship and innovation.
It includes information about the dominant teaching method today--lean startup.4/5(3). This book looks at entrepreneurship and innovation as ways out of the economic crisis in Europe and other regions, and examines the main theoretical issues and practices related to this analysis.
The volume addresses such questions as: From an institutional perspective, how do economic crisis.Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth: Evidence from GEM Data Article (PDF Available) in Small Business Economics 24(3) April with 6, Reads How we measure 'reads'.Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Development: An Overview Adam Szirmai, Wim Naudé, and Micheline Goedhuys (see Amsden’s Chapter 3 in this book).
Innovation Following the Oxford Handbook of Innovation (Fagerberg, Mowery, and high-growth entrepreneurship, or survival entrepreneurship (see also Naudé File Size: KB.