Academic Entrepreneurship. Creating an Entrepreneurial by Andrew C. Corbett,Jerome A. Katz,Donald S. Siegel, et

By Andrew C. Corbett,Jerome A. Katz,Donald S. Siegel, et al.Emerald Group Publishing Limited|Emerald Group Publishing Limited||Adult NonfictionBusinessLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 22.08.2014Street date: 21.08.2014

Advances in Entrepreneurship, enterprise Emergence and progress offers an annual exam of the main present study within the box of entrepreneurship, together with company emergence and development study. The Advances sequence additionally publishes papers from fields reminiscent of method or sociology that use entrepreneurial examples. it's a key resource of articles-of-record for significant techniques within the self-discipline of entrepreneurship. quantity sixteen considers the critical factor of educational entrepreneurship: the standards and ideas that underpin the fostering of university-based entrepreneurial ventures. in particular, it includes examine at the results of collage know-how move, with a robust emphasis at the entrepreneurial size of this job. The theoretical and empirical manuscripts during this quantity reflect on all points of ways college stakeholders create, incubate, and speed up ventures.

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All of these campus-based activities can be documented and counted as a way of assessing the extent to which a commitment to entrepreneurship has penetrated the entire campus. Once again, on campuses such as Stanford these activities occur even within the Arts and Humanities. Effective Lateral Communication “Across Silos” Within the University Both formal and informal mechanisms that support lateral communication within the university are also needed, particularly in more decentralized structures at large research universities such as Stanford or UC San Diego, to minimize the inefficiencies which can be created by “siloed” departments.

Universities rose from 35 in 1980 to 705 in 2012. The purpose of this volume is to provide comprehensive quantitative and qualitative evidence on various dimensions of academic entrepreneurship. Chapter 1 by Mary L. Walshok and Josh D. Shapiro develops a framework to improve our empirical understanding of academic entrepreneurship. Their model allows for the development of a much broader and comprehensive set of metrics to evaluate the extent to which universities are engaged in this activity as well as the effects of academic entrepreneurship.

It was also during this period that the technology capabilities, particularly in countries such as Germany, Sweden, and Japan began to catch up with those of the United States after years of rebuilding in the post-WWII period. US domination in the innovation and entrepreneurship landscape in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s was unparalleled. By the 1980s, that was changing. The creation of the US Council on Competitiveness in the late 1980s was in large part a response to the new threats from both Asia and Europe in technology global market share.

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