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Issues in entrepreneurship : contracts, corporate characteristics, and country differences, 2002 / edited by Gary D. Libecap

Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Series: Advances in the study of entrepreneurship, innovation, and economic growth ; 14Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : JAI, 2003Edition: 1st edDescription: Online-RessourceISBN:
  • 9781849502009
  • 0762310022
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: 9780762310029 | Druckausg.: Issues in entrepreneurship. Amsterdam [u.a.] : JAI, 2003. XVII, 251 SRVK: RVK: QP 380 | QG 620LOC classification:
  • HB615
DOI: DOI: 10.1016/S1048-4736(2003)14Online resources: Additional physical formats: Online-Ausg.Summary: Entrepreneurship is recognized as critical for the growth of both individual firms and overall economies. Entrepreneurship fosters the introduction of new products, processes and organizations. It provides the flexibility and dynamism required for responding to new market opportunities and challenges. Despite all of this, entrepreneurship is not well understood. Who is an entrepreneur? What conditions promote entrepreneurship? How does it differ across firms and across countries? Fortunately, as revealed in the chapters included in this volume, there is an active research agenda on entrepreneurship. There is information for academics, business people, and a lay audience on vital issues including, collaborations between R&D firms, corporate entrepreneurship and firm growth, technological change and entrepreneurship in Taiwan, venture capital, cross country comparisons of entrepreneurship by women, the characteristics of high-tech enterepreneurs, and the leading US business plans competition, MOOT CorpSummary: The contractual structure and innovative effects of pharmaceutical-biotechnology R&D collaborations / Zeynep Kocabiyik Hansen -- Economic and institutional determinants of venture capital investment duration / Douglas J. Cumming, Jeffrey G. MacIntosh -- Women entrepreneurs : an international comparison / Terri R. Lituchy, Martha A. Reavley, Philip Bryer -- Nascent high tech entrepreneurs : the who, where, when, and why / Kathleen Allen, Timothy Stearns -- Corporate entrepreneurship : the dynamic strategy for 21st century organizations / Donald F. Kuratko, Michael H. Morris -- The Moot corp competition / Gary M. Cadenhead -- The resource balance proposition : balancing resource allocations and firm growth / Larry W. Cox, Michael D. Ensley, S. Michael Camp -- Applying principles of corporate entrepreneurship to achieve national economic growth / Jan Hansen, Terrence C. Sebora -- The entrepreneurial success of Taiwan : synergy between technology, social capital and institutional support / Hung-bin Ding, Pier A. Abetti -- Introduction / Gary D. Libecap. - Entrepreneurship is recognized as critical for the growth of both individual firms and overall economies. Entrepreneurship fosters the introduction of new products, processes and organizations. It provides the flexibility and dynamism required for responding to new market opportunities and challenges. Despite all of this, entrepreneurship is not well understood. Who is an entrepreneur? What conditions promote entrepreneurship? How does it differ across firms and across countries? Fortunately, as revealed in the chapters included in this volume, there is an active research agenda on entrepreneurship. There is information for academics, business people, and a lay audience on vital issues including, collaborations between R&D firms, corporate entrepreneurship and firm growth, technological change and entrepreneurship in Taiwan, venture capital, cross country comparisons of entrepreneurship by women, the characteristics of high-tech enterepreneurs, and the leading US business plans competition, MOOT CorpPPN: PPN: 653993722Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-1-EPB | ZDB-55-BME | ZDB-1-BMEN
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