The entrepreneurial society : how to fill the gap between knowledge and innovation

edited by Jean Bonnet, Domingo García Pérez De Lema, Howard Van Auken

This timely book analyzes the emergence of new firms in a broad context where economics, management and sociological approaches may be joined for a new perspective. The Entrepreneurial Society reveals that the market benefits of an entrepreneurial economy are evident in the new technology that has been made available to consumers over the past ten to twenty years. It illustrates that entrepreneurial firms provide the market with innovations that create new products and, in turn, generate new employment and tax revenue, thus playing a critical role in surviving the economic crisis. The expert contributors explore the diverse conditions that explain, permit and support entrepreneurship, allowing thinking 'outside the box' and enhancing breakthrough innovations. At a time when new challenges are appearing relating to the ecological footprint, this work will prove crucial. The eclectic approaches to entrepreneurship within this book, gathered from different countries and fields of research, will prove to be hotly sought after by researchers and postgraduate students of entrepreneurship and social policy.

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  • Contents: Introduction Jean Bonnet, Domingo Garcia-Perez-de-Lema and Howard Van Auken PART I: CONTEXTUALIZING THE LINK BETWEEN FACTORS AND EFFECTS OF NEW FIRMS FORMATION 1. Entrepreneurial Diversity and Economic Growth Ingrid Verheul and Andre van Stel 2. High Education, Sunk Costs and Entrepreneurship Jean Bonnet and Pascal Cussy 3. Entrepreneurship and its Regional Development: Do Self-Employment Ratios Converge and Does Gender Matter? Dieter Bogenhold and Uwe Fachinger PART II: UNDERSTANDING THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCESS TO FINANCE AND TO AVAILABLE SUPPORT SYSTEMS 4. Role of Information in the Debt Financing of Technology-Based Firms in Spain Gines Hernandez-Canovas, Antonia Madrid-Guijarro and Howard Van Auken 5. Entrepreneurial Finance in France: The Persistent Role of Banks Sylvie Cieply and Marcus Dejardin 6. Contextual Factors Favouring Entrepreneurship Initiative in Spain Antonio Aragon Sanchez, Alicia Rubio Banon and Paula Sastre Vivaracho 7. Differences in Financial and Legal Systems and Contribution of Private Equity Funds to Transfers of Shares in Europe Rafik Abdesselam, Sylvie Cieply and Anne-Laure Le Nadant PART III: ACCOUNTING FOR THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE ORGANIZATIONAL LEVELS AND THE FIRM'S BEHAVIOR AND PERFORMANCE 8. Innovative Culture, Management Control Systems and performance in Young SME's Domingo Garcia Perez de Lema and Antonio Durendez 9. Successful Post-Entry Strategies of New Entrepreneurs Jean Bonnet and Nicolas Le Pape 10. Interaction between Regional Intellectual Capital and Organizational Intellectual Capital: The Mediating Roles of Entrepreneurial Characteristics Csaba Deak and Stefania Testa 11. Is Non-Profit Entrepreneurship Different from Other Forms? A Survey Data Analysis of Motivations and Access to Funds Franck Bailly and Karine Chapelle

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書名 The entrepreneurial society : how to fill the gap between knowledge and innovation
著作者等 Bonnet Jean
Garcia Perez de Lema Domingo
García Pérez de Lema Domingo
Van Auken Howard E.
Van Auken Howard
Bonnet J.
出版元 E. Elgar
刊行年月 c2010
ページ数 viii, 260 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 9781848448919
NCID BB03206295
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス