Public Policy in the Entrepreneurial Society

Public Policy in the Entrepreneurial Society

by David B. Audretsch


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Public Policy in the Entrepreneurial Society by David B. Audretsch

In this book David Audretsch examines the impact of public policy in the entrepreneurial society and in ensuring that entrepreneurship continues to serve as a driving force for economic performance.
Do university policies or knowledge conditions make a difference to entrepreneurship? Does policy influence the commercialization route? This comprehensive book addresses such questions in a thoughtful selection of essays from one of the most influential and erudite sources in entrepreneurship research.
The result is an interesting and informative book, which will appeal to scholars of business, entrepreneurship, evolutionary economics and public policy. The detailed investigation into the relevance of entrepreneurship makes Public Policy in the Entrepreneurial Society a topical read for both academics and entrepreneurs alike.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781783472239
Publisher: Elgar, Edward Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 02/14/2013
Pages: 320

About the Author

David B. Audretsch, Distinguished Professor and Ameritech Chair of Economic Development, Indiana University, Bloomington, US

Table of Contents

Foreword Al Link
Introduction David B. Audretsch
1. David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann (2005), ‘Do University Policies Make a Difference?’
2. David B. Audretsch and Jürgen Weigand (2005), ‘Do Knowledge Conditions Make a Difference? Investment, Finance and Ownership in German Industries’
3. David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann (2005), ‘Does the Knowledge Spillover Theory of Entrepreneurship Hold for Regions?’
4. David B. Audretsch and Erik E. Lehmann (2006), ‘Do Locational Spillovers Pay? Emprical Evidence from German IPO Data’
5. David B. Audretsch (2007), ‘Entrepreneurship Capital and Economic Growth’
6. David B. Audretsch and Dirk Dohse (2007), ‘Location: A Neglected Determinant of Firm Growth’
7. David B. Audretsch and Max Keilbach (2007), ‘The Theory of Knowledge Spillover Entrepreneurship’
8. Rajshree Agarwal, David Audretsch and M.B. Sarkar (2007), ‘The Process of Creative Construction: Knowledge Spillovers, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Growth’
9. Christine A. Gulbranson and David B. Audretsch (2008), ‘Proof of Concept Centers: Accelerating the Commercialization of University Innovation’
10. David B. Audretsch and Max Keilbach (2008), ‘Resolving the Knowledge Paradox: Knowledge-Spillover Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth’
11. Zoltan J. Acs, Pontus Braunerhjelm, David B. Audretsch and Bo Carlsson (2009), ‘The Knowledge Spillover Theory of Entrepreneurship’,
12. David B. Audretsch (2009), ‘The Entrepreneurial Society’
13. David B. Audretsch, Erik E. Lehmann and Lawrence A. Plummer (2009), ‘Agency and Governance in Strategic Entrepreneurship’
14. David Audretsch and Taylor Aldridge (2010), ‘Transnational Social Capital and Scientist Entrepreneurship’
15. David Audretsch, Dirk Dohse and Annekatrin Niebuhr (2010), ‘Cultural Diversity and Entrepreneurship: A Regional Analysis for Germany’
16. Pontus Braunerhjelm, Zoltan J. Acs, David B. Audretsch and Bo Carlsson (2010), ‘The Missing Link: Knowledge Diffusion and Entrepreneurship in Endogenous Growth’
17. Taylor Aldridge and David B. Audretsch (2010), ‘Does Policy Influence the Commercialization Route? Evidence from National Institutes of Health Funded Scientists’
18. Julie Ann Elston and David B. Audretsch (2010), ‘Risk Attitudes, Wealth and Sources of Entrepreneurial Start-Up Capital’
19. Julie A. Elston and David B. Audretsch (2011), ‘Financing the Entrepreneurial Decision: An Empirical Approach Using Experimental Data on Risk Attitudes’
20. T. Taylor Aldridge and David Audretsch (2011), ‘The Bayh-Dole Act and Scientist Entrepreneurship’
21. David B. Audretsch, Werner Bönte and Prashanth Mahagaonkar (2012), ‘Financial Signaling by Innovative Nascent Ventures: The Relevance of Patents and Prototypes’

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