Edited by Michael H. Morris and Eric Liguori
Chapter 15: Entrepreneurial ecosystems and entrepreneurship education: the role of universities in fostering ecosystem development
Entrepreneurship ecosystems emphasize the interaction of people, roles, infrastructure, organizations and events. They serve as a catalyst in potentially speeding up the economic progress of stable economies, but also can act as the prime mover when it comes to rescuing economies that have faced a sharp decline. This chapter explores the roles universities play within entrepreneurial ecosystems.
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