Academic entrepreneurship: time for a rethink? 9 As academic entrepreneurship has evolved, so too must scholarly analysis of academic entrepreneurship. There has been a rise in scholarly interest in academic entrepreneurship in the social sciences (e.g., economics, sociology, psychology, and political science) and several fields of business
identify and describe characterizations of technology entrepreneurship, digital techno-logy entrepreneurship, and digital entrepreneurship. With this new delineation of terms, we would like to foster discussion between researchers, entrepreneurs, and policy makers on the impact of digitization on entrepreneurship, and set a future research agenda.
Digital entrepreneurship is the phenomenon associated with digital entrepreneurial activity. While the expressions ‘ICT entrepreneurship’ and ‘digital entrepreneurship’ are widely used, we have opted to use only the expression ‘digital entrepreneurship’ in this
CHAPTER 2: ENTREPRENEURSHIP THEORY AND CREATIVITY ctives. epreneurs. reneurship. 3:49). thought on the meaning of entrepreneurship. One group focused on the characteris-tics of entrepreneurship (e.g. innovation, growth, uniqueness) while a second group focused on the outcomes of entrepreneurship (e.g. the creation of value).
ment). (Total tuition time: not available) ENTREPRENEURSHIP III (ETR316D) 1 X 3-HOUR PAPER (Module custodian: Department of Management and Entrepreneurship) The module integrates entrepreneurship and business management skills within a South African business development, growth and network context (business implementation).
entrepreneurship; the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (2005) defines it as creation of a new business venture, both formal and informal; and Acs and Szerb (2009), who created the Global Entrepreneurship Index, define it as a dynamic interaction of entrepreneurial attitudes, activity, and aspiration that vary across stages of economic development
4 | KAUFFMAN INDICATORS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Executive Summary The Kauffman Indicators of Early-Stage Entrepreneurship is a set of measures that represents new business creation in the United States, integrating several high-quality, timely sources of information on early-stage entrepreneurship.
entrepreneurship education in order to teach to their students through experimental methods (Gustafsson-Pesonen & Remes, 2012). In this sense, it can be said that the studies conducted regarding entrepreneurship education in teacher training are very important in informing teachers and educators about entrepreneurship education.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP EIGHTH EDITION ROBERT D. HISRICH.PhD Garvin Professor of Global Entrepreneurship Director, Walker Center for Global Entrepreneurship Thunderbird School of Global Management MICHAEL P. PETERS, PhD Professor Emeritus Carroll School of Management Boston College DEAN A. SHEPHERD, PhD Randall L. Tobias Chair in Entrepreneurial ...
Digital entrepreneurship Digitization makes entrepreneurship less space-/cluster-bound (Autio et al., 2017) Intersection of digital technologies and entrepreneurship (Nambisan, 2016) •less bounded entrepreneurial processes and outcomes (generativity & scale) •less predefined locus of entrepreneurial agency Platform companies like Amazon as
for digital health entrepreneurship in Vietnam, to interview entrepreneurs and policymakers, and to synthesize my research into recommendations to incentivize and scale up healthcare entrepreneurship. As I explain in this paper, digital health entrepreneurship in Vietnam is miniscule with only $7 million in funding in 2019.1
Digital entrepreneurship is a sub group of entrepreneurship which involves digitalization methods in the functioning of its activities. Hence, digital entrepreneurship is related to digital business activities along with some digital goods and services (Clyde Hull, 2006).
disruptive technologies of the digital era have increased the speed of innovation and created new ways of performing entrepreneurial activities (Thukral et al., 2008; Yoo et al., 2012). Digitalization has allowed digital entrepreneurship to emerge. Digital entrepreneurship has changed the way in which we view entrepreneurship.
entrepreneurship theory in a country will also be “good” in another country. The purpose of this study is to indicate that there is an absolute effect of culture on entrepreneurship, and entrepreneur reflects dominant values of his or her national culture; therefore, some countries’ entrepreneurship is lower compared to other countries.
15. Delivering on the Promise of Social Entrepreneurship: Challenges Faced in Launching a Global Social Capital Market 329 Pamela Hartigan 16. Social Entrepreneurship: The Promise and the Perils 356 Jerr Boschee 17. Moving Ahead Together: Implications of a Blended Value Framework for the Future of Social Entrepreneurship 391 Jed Emerson ...
the challenges of creating databases to support rigorous research in social entrepreneurship paul n. bloom center for the advancement of social entrepreneurship fuqua school of business duke university durham, nc 27708 919-660-7914 [email protected] catherine h. clark center for the advancement of social entrepreneurship
Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Reno Gajadhar, Jay Z, Oprah Winfrey, Steve Jobs, Hubert and Helen Bhagwansingh, James Husbands, Allen Chastanet, Adrian Augier, Ronald Ramjattan, Edward Beharry, Sir Charles Williams and Yesu Persaud. 7. Cultural diversity of Entrepreneurship (a) Gender and entrepreneurship. (b) Youth and entrepreneurship.
College of Business & Economics, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716, USA e-mail: [email protected] U. Guelich GERA (Global Entrepreneurship Research Association), School of Entrepreneurship and Management, Bangkok University, 119 Rama 4 Rd., Klongtoei, Bangkok 10110, Thailand e-mail: [email protected] T. S. Manolova
Research-intensive universities need to pro-actively develop the entrepreneurial skills and attitudes of their students and staff. 2. Interdisciplinary student work and project-based learning are essential components of successful entrepreneurship education. 3. For entrepreneurship to thrive at universities and to make it accessible and relevant
academic entrepreneurship. Rivalry, competitiveness, and the increasing pressure to find new financing channels has pushed many universities to foster academic entrepreneurship by establishing technology transfer offices with the main goal of patenting and licensing intellectual property.