Edited by David B. Audretsch, Oliver Falck, Stephan Heblich and Adam Lederer
Leading researchers use their outstanding expertise to investigate various aspects in the context of innovation and entrepreneurship such as growth, knowledge production and spillovers, technology transfer, the organization of the firm, industrial policy, financing, small firms and start-ups, and entrepreneurship education as well as the characteristics of the entrepreneur.
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- Handbook of Research on Innovation and Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 1: Invention and Social Entrepreneurship: Social Good and Social Evil
- Chapter 2: Between Useful and Useless Innovation: The Entrepreneurial Role
- Chapter 3: Entrepreneurship and Rent-Seeking Behavior
- Chapter 4: Who Values the Status of the Entrepreneur?
- Chapter 5: Industrial Policy, Entrepreneurship and Growth
- Chapter 6: The Role of Patents and Licenses in Securing External Finance for Innovation
- Chapter 7: Entry Regulation and Firm Entry: Evidence from German Reunification
- Chapter 8: Financing Constraints and Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 9: The New Argonauts and the Rise of Venture Capital in the ‘Periphery’
- Chapter 10: Institutional Impact on the Outreach and Profitability of Microfinance Organizations
- Chapter 11: Innovation in Cities: Classical and Random Urban Growth Models
- Chapter 12: Knowledge Spillovers and the Geography of Innovation – Revisited: A 20 Years’ Perspective on the Field on Geography of Innovation
- Chapter 13: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth: Interdependencies, Irregularities and Regularities
- Chapter 14: New Knowledge: The Driving Force of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Economic Development
- Chapter 15: Innovation, Entrepreneurship and the Search for Knowledge Spillovers
- Chapter 16: Knowledge Spillover Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth
- Chapter 17: Startup Firms from Research in US Universities
- Chapter 18: Universities as Research Partners: Entrepreneurial Explorations and Exploitations
- Chapter 19: The Rise of University Technology Transfer and Academic Entrepreneurship: Managerial and Policy Implications
- Chapter 20: The Innovator’s Decision: Entrepreneurship versus Technology Transfer
- Chapter 21: What Do Scientists Think About Commercialization Activities?
- Chapter 22: Small Firms and Innovation
- Chapter 23: Start-ups in Innovative Industries: Causes and Effects
- Chapter 24: Innovation and the Evolution of Industries: A Tale of Incentives, Knowledge and Needs
- Chapter 25: How Do Young Innovative Companies Innovate?
- Chapter 26: Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Institutions
- Chapter 27: The Propensity to Patent an Innovation Comparing Entrepreneurial with Routinized Innovators
- Chapter 28: Business–Public Research Collaborations, Entrepreneurship and Market Orientation: Impact on Innovativeness in Regional Clusters
- Chapter 29: The Genetics of Entrepreneurship
- Chapter 30: Entrepreneurship Education
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