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Academic entrepreneurship in Europe

Academic entrepreneurship in Europe

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Published by Edward Elgar in Northampton, Me .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Higher -- Economic aspects -- Europe.,
  • Universities and colleges -- Research -- Europe.,
  • Universities and colleges -- Europe -- Finance.,
  • Academic-industrial collaboration -- Europe.,
  • Business and education -- Europe.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 200-213) and index.

    StatementMike Wright... [et al.].
    ContributionsWright, Mike, 1952-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC67.68.E85 A23 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 228 p.
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22756416M
    ISBN 109781845426484

    academic entrepreneurship departments and a large percentage of schools offer entrepreneurship courses. In Europe, entrepreneurship is still trying to find its home. Activities are in place across Europe but efforts are fragmented and often driven by external . The Chicago Handbook of University Technology Transfer and Academic Entrepreneurship is the first definitive source to synthesize state-of-the-art research in this arena. Edited by three of the foremost experts in the field, the handbook presents evidence from entrepreneurs, administrators, regulators, and professors in numerous disciplines.

    the academic performance, to develop the skills in the students to learn new subject and learn some basic skills like practical market skills”. The current study will use the following definition of entrepreneurship education and academic performance that “the entrepreneurship education is the subject that improves the skills of the.   Baldini, Nicola and Fini, Riccardo and Grimaldi, Rosa, The Transition Towards Entrepreneurial Universities: An Assessment of Academic Entrepreneurship in Italy (January 4, ). In A. N. Link, D. S. Siegel and M. Wright (eds), Chicago Handbook of University Technology Transfer and Academic Entrepreneurship, pp. Cited by:

      Abstract. This chapter assesses the state of entrepreneurship education in higher education institutions (HEIs) in Europe, comparing it to developments in the United States and outlining a set of recommendations for universities and policy by: 5. Downloadable! The paper proposes a definition of “academic entrepreneur” which draws from draws from the economics, history, and sociology of science. Academic entrepreneurs are scientists with a brilliant scientific record, who build their careers through discipline-building, the creation and of new labs and teams, and an appetite for the economic resources necessary to pursue those goals.


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While there has been substantial university spin-off activity internationally in recent years, a number of major aspects. 2 Academic entrepreneurship in Europe Table University spin-offs internationally (selected countries) Country Period Number of spin-offs US – * Canada – France – Netherlands –s Australia – 97 UK – Belgium – Sweden Up to s – The common definition of academic entrepreneur is similar to the original definition of ‘entrepreneur.’It states “the AE (academic entrepreneur) is a university scientist, most often a professor, sometimes a PhD student or a post-doc researcher, who sets up a business company in order to commercialize the results of his/her research ” Academic entrepreneurship today can be understood.

Women's entrepreneurship, embedded in the broader context of entrepreneurial diversity is one of her core areas of expertise. Friederike Welter holds the chair of SME Management & Entrepreneurship at the University of Siegen, Germany, and is the President of the Institut für Mittelstandsforschung in Bonn, Germany (IfM Bonn).

One of the greatest challenges facing European economies is the comparatively limited capacity to convert scientific breakthroughs and technological achievements into industrial and commercial successes.

As a result, there is growing awareness of the proactive approach being undertaken by academic institutions, with many adopting a direct entrepreneurial role in collaborating Cited by: Introduction.

In principle, the academic world can foster entrepreneurship in two manners. First, as advocated in Chapter 8, faculty and doctoral candidates working in specific academic Author: Mirjam Van Praag.

academic entrepreneurship, namely, the academic entrepreneur; the entrepreneurial academic and the academic-entrepreneur. The structure of the paper is as follows. In Section II, the concept of academic entrepreneurship is introduced, while in Section III, the different classifications of academics as entrepreneurs are presented.

In the scientific theory, the terms academic entrepreneur and academic entrepreneurship are defined and developed further in very different ways.

From the traditional perspective academic entrepreneurship means an “university spin-off” or an institutional transfer of research, development, or technology to start innovations or ventures (see, for example, Shane ). The article you are reading is the first in a series of entrepreneurship topics that will include interviews with individuals across the STEM workforce.

They will Author: Greg Villareal. Academic Entrepreneurship in Europe Mike Wright, Bart Clarysse, Philippe Mustar and Andy Lockett This book advances our understanding of university spin-off creation and development in environments outside the high-tech clusters of the US.

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The entire process of setting up a research lab, identifying problems to study, managing a team, and obtaining funding is, at its core, a very entrepreneurial endeavor.trends and progress of academic entrepreneurship in developed societies in the USA, Canada, Europe and Australia.

The evolution of academic entrepreneurship in the Malaysian context is examined and discussed within three contextual elements of a university’s entrepreneurial system. Academic Entrepreneurship and Innovation.