Research Handbook on Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies
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Research Handbook on Entrepreneurship in Emerging Economies

A Contextualized Approach

Edited by Paresha Sinha, Jenny Gibb, Michèle Akoorie and Jonathan M. Scott

This Research Handbook offers contextualized perspectives on entrepreneurship in emerging economies. Emphasizing how national context profoundly shapes incentives for entrepreneurial efforts, chapters dissect the opportunities emerging from various institutions and social practices from the Middle East, North and Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Latin America. This Handbook is an ideal guide for researchers working on emerging economies, particularly those with an interest in global entrepreneurship.
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Chapter 7: Academic entrepreneurship in developing countries: contextualizing recent debate

Muhammad Nawaz Tunio

Abstract

This chapter presents recent debate on academic entrepreneurship and the role of universities in exploiting it; more specifically, it concentrates on how entrepreneurship exists and survives at universities for the purpose of economic development. It also attempts to develop a basic understanding of academic entrepreneurship in the developing world. The discussion focuses on the entrepreneurial aspects of universities which can influence and accelerate the phenomenon of academic entrepreneurship and the potential outcomes in various developing countries. This chapter includes an exploratory study. A literature review is conducted extensively and debate on academic entrepreneurship is presented. Cases of developing countries are discussed. This contribution should promote an awareness for and utilization of academic entrepreneurship in low-income countries as an opportunity from which universities, individuals and society in general can benefit.

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