A Research Agenda for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
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A Research Agenda for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Edited by David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Albert N. Link

This book identifies and explains the most salient opportunities for future research in the fields of entrepreneurship and innovation. It draws on the experiences and insights of leading scholars in the world on a broad array of rich and promising topics, ranging from entrepreneurial ecosystems to finance and to the role of universities.
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Chapter 10: Research opportunities considering student entrepreneurship in university ecosystems

Simon Mosey and Paul Kirkham

Abstract

We consider the under-explored phenomenon of student entrepreneurship and suggest avenues for future research across different levels of analysis. Taking a university entrepreneurial eco-system approach, we unpick the various elements that may contribute towards local economic development and discuss how they may interrelate. We draw upon theoretical constructs from organisational behaviour, education and psychology and show that studying student entrepreneurship offers great potential to contribute to the fields of entrepreneurship and management.

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