The Entrepreneurial Society

The Entrepreneurial Society

How to Fill the Gap Between Knowledge and Innovation

Edited by Jean Bonnet, Domingo García Pérez De Lima and Howard Van Auken

This timely book analyzes the emergence of new firms in a broad context where economics, management and sociological approaches are joined. The market benefits of an entrepreneurial economy are evident in the new technology that has been made available to consumers over the past ten to twenty years. Entrepreneurial firms provide the market with innovations that create new products and, in turn, generate new employment and tax revenue, thus playing a critical role in surviving the economic crisis. The book explores diverse conditions that explain, permit and support entrepreneurship, allowing thinking outside the box and enhancing breakthrough innovations. At a time when new challenges are appearing regarding the ecological footprint, this is crucial.

Chapter 7: Differences in Financial and Legal Systems and Contribution of Private Equity Funds to Transfers of Shares in Europe

Rafik Abdesselam, Sylvie Cieply and Anne-Laure Le Nadant

Subjects: business and management, entrepreneurship


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