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Dennis Patrick Leyden

Entrepreneurship involves decision-making; Leyden explores the relationships among venture management, risk and uncertainty. Elements of risk can be measured but uncertainty is always present and inseparable from the innovation process that makes an entrepreneur. Thus, creativity is at the heart of entrepreneurship with uncertainty the foundation for entrepreneurial profit and should be conceptualized as such.
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Dennis Patrick Leyden and Albert N. Link

To improve our understanding of the role that universities play in facilitating the transmission of knowledge to private-sector business enterprises so as to generate economic growth, this article builds on the Knowledge Spillover Theory of Entrepreneurship to develop a formal model of university-with-business enterprise collaborative research partnerships in which the outcome is both mutually desirable and feasible.

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Dennis Patrick Leyden and Albert N. Link

Public sector entrepreneurship is the innovative manipulation of the instruments of government for the public good. And, as Leyden and Link discuss, it may be thought of in terms of direct and indirect entrepreneurial action, with the latter—the use of public policies to incentivize the private sector to generate new technologies and innovations—offering substantial economic growth and development benefits.