Innovative Entrepreneurship in CroatiaIs there a Market for Venture Capital?TaschenbuchEAN: 9783832915513Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertSprache: EnglischSeiten: 140Maße: 226 x 153 x 10 mmWirtschaft, Wirtschaft International, Internationale Wirtschaft
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This book analyses the importance of the entrepreneurial university, specifically in relation to the creation of entrepreneurial ideas and attitudes in students and entrepreneurial initiatives in academic institutions. The aim of the editors and contributing authors is to provide the reader with a set of experiences illustrating the advantages of communicating and encouraging entrepreneurship among students, thereby highlighting the third mission of the university: the need to adopt entrepreneurial strategy without disrupting the quality of teaching and research. Featuring initiatives from institutions around the world, the authors argue that the increasing importance of knowledge in the technical and social dimensions of todays world provides greater relevance to the entrepreneurial university. In this context, universities transcend their traditional focus on teaching and basic research to carry out technology transfers, marketing ideas, and patent registrations, and incorporate spin-off companies that contribute to industrial innovations, economic growth, and job creation. In the teaching dimension, the entrepreneurial university represents a focus on programs which train students in the applications and most advanced practices in knowledge-driven fields. The book addresses such questions as: Can marketing ideas deteriorate the quality of research in the long term? What importance does the cultural framework have for an entrepreneurial education? What circumstances and programs facilitate spin-offs in universities What are the key features of entrepreneurial universities? In reference to entrepreneurship education in its broadest sense, then, it corresponds to the framework of ideas and general features on which entrepreneurship is founded: in-depth knowledge of the projects or ventures which they wish to carry out, capacity to perceive the relevant characteristics of the environment, and the leadership and goal setting skills to achieve success.
Das Lehrbuch präsentiert den aktuellen Stand der internationalen Entrepreneurshipforschung . Von der Geschäftsidee über die Frühphase bis zur Markteinführung und Etablierung zeigen die Autoren, wie neue Geschäftsmodelle entdeckt und entwickelt werden. Außerdem im Fokus : Entrepreneurship im sozialen und wissenschaftlichen Bereich. Geeignet sowohl für die Gründung von Unternehmen und junge, wachsende Unternehmen als auch für etablierte Unternehmen und NPOs. In der 2. Auflage ergänzt um aktuelle Themen wie Lean-Start-up-Ansatz, Crowdfunding und -sourcing, unternehmerische Ökosysteme, Digitalisierung und Vernetzung wie in der Sharing Economy. Manager aprimano consulting GmbH, Zürich
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Social Entrepreneurship is a global phenomenon that impacts the lives of citizens by using innovative approaches to solving social problems. This book offers a comprehensive examination of this growing area of research and provides an excellent introduction to social entrepreneurship theory and a framework for future research. JAMES AUSTIN Snider Professorship of Business Administration, Harvard Business School, USA ALBERT CHO Independent Researcher ANN CLIFFORD Head of Marketing and Development Department, UK-based Charity GEOFFREY DESA Doctoral Student of Technology Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management, University of Washington Business School, USA SARAH E. A. DIXON Principal Lecturer in Strategic Management, Kingston Business School, UK KATE GANLY Research Assistant, IESE Business School, Spain HELEN HAUGH Lecturer, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK SURESH KOTHA Professor of Management and Organization and Faculty Director of the Center for Technology Entrepreneurship, University of Washington Business School, USA IGNASÍ MARTÍ Doctoral Candidate of Management, IESE Business School, Spain ERNESTO NOBOA Professor, Business Policy Department, IDE Business School, Ecuador FRANCESCO PERRINI Associate Professor of Management, CSR and Sustainability Innovation, Giorgio Pivato Management Department, Bocconi University, Italy CHRISTIAN SEELOS Malik Management Centre St. Gallen and Senior Researcher and Lecturer, IESE Business School, Spain CLODIO VURRO PhD Student of Business Administration and Management, Bocconi University, Italy
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