A Built Economy in Education, Sustainability and Regulation
Edited by Jean Bonnet, Marcus Dejardin and Antonia Madrid-Guijarro
In the constant challenge economies face to grow and adapt, entrepreneurship and innovation are considered key factors. This impressive book shows the complementary and decisive role that education, access to an efficient financial system, and regulation may have in creating an entrepreneurial society.
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- The Shift to the Entrepreneurial Society A Built Economy in Education, Sustainability and Regulation
- Toward the Entrepreneurial Society
- Chapter 1: The Results of Education in University: Does it Foster Students’ Propensity Towards Entrepreneurial Careers?
- Chapter 2: Methodological Proposal for Determining Entrepreneurial Competencies from the Entrepreneurship Education Approach
- Chapter 3: The Decision to Become an Entrepreneur: A Cognitive Perspective
- Chapter 4: Innovative Entrepreneurship as a Way to Meet Professional Dissatisfactions
- Chapter 5: Does Innovation Contribute to Sustainability or Not?
- Chapter 6: Barriers to Innovation in Mexican Manufacturing Small and Medium Sized Enterprises: An Empirical Study
- Chapter 7: Uncertainty and Vertical Cooperation in R & D: The Case of Monopoly
- Chapter 8: Which are the Determinant Factors for Manufacturing Firms to Undertake R & D Activities in Spain and the United Kingdom?
- Chapter 9: Creative Problem Solving Method in Organizational Innovation
- Chapter 10: Venture Capital in Spain: An Analysis of Financial Contracts
- Chapter 11: The Use of Banking Debt by New French Firms: The Lessons of Financial Theory
- Chapter 12: Does the Regional Dimension Matter as Regards Finance and Entrepreneurship?
- Chapter 13: Obstacles Involved in the Business Creation Process and How They Have Evolved: The Case of the Region of Murcia
- Chapter 14: The Entrepreneurial Experience of Small and Medium Sized Firms in Times of Crisis: Empirical Evidence from Catalonia, Spain
- Chapter 15: Under What Conditions Can a Regulation Become a Source of Entrepreneurial Opportunities?
- Chapter 16: How Diverse is Entrepreneurship? Observations on the Social Heterogeneity of Self-Employment in Germany
- Chapter 17: Employer Enterprises in Portugal: Size Distribution Dynamics
- Chapter 18: Business Demography Dynamics in Portugal: A Non-Parametric Survival Analysis
- Chapter 19: Understanding the Entrepreneurial Society: Some Concluding Comments on a Work in Progress
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