Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Regional Development is unique in that it addresses the central factors in economic development – entrepreneurship, innovation and organizational learning – as regional phenomena.
This definitive text focuses on different types of organizations to illustrate the value of entrepreneurship and innovation both for businesses and for regional development. Establishing a firm link between entrepreneurship, innovation and economic regeneration, the book also examines the factors contributing to their success.
Replete with international case studies, empirical evidence of concepts and practical examples, this is an ideal text to support postgraduate teaching and research related to entrepreneurship, innovation management and regional economic development.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.75(w) x 9.75(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Jay Mitra is Professor of Business Enterprise and Innovation at the University of Essex, UK
Table of Contents
2. Entrepreneurial Opportunity: Conditions and Circumstances for Innovation and New Firm Creation
3. Entrepreneurship Theories: The Economic Arguments
4. The Social Dimensions of Entrepreneurship
5. The Entrepreneurial Organization
6. The Entrepreneurial Environment: Context, Institutions, Constraints and Framework Conditions
7. Entrepreneurship and Learning
8. Entrepreneurship, Internationalization and Globalization: Learning, Innovation and Development in the International Context
9. Higher Education, Universities and Entrepreneurship
10. Entrepreneurship Policy: Its Emergence, Scope and Value
11. Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Development