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Innovative pathways for university entrepreneurship in the 21st century / edited by Sherry Hoskinson, Donald F. Kuratko ; contributors, Natalie Antal [and twenty-two others].

Publication:
Bingley, England : Emerald, 2014.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (269 p.)
Edition:
First edition.
Series:
Advances in the study of entrepreneurship, innovation, and economic growth ; Volume 24.
Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth, 1048-4736 ; Volume 24
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Subjects:
Entrepreneurship -- Study and teaching (Higher).
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
The complex global environment for entrepreneurship and innovation has experienced significant change during the past decade requiring a deeper understanding of economic, capital, technological, environmental, and social forces in order for this generation to realize sustained success. University based entrepreneurship is at the nexus of this environment. Students of entrepreneurship and the faculty that are educating the innovation workforce are uniquely positioned as agents in the movement of discovery and innovation. This volume seeks to demonstrate how the entrepreneurship field looks to
Contents:
FRONT COVER; INNOVATIVE PATHWAYS FOR UNIVERSITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE 21ST CENTURY; COPYRIGHT PAGE; CONTENTS; LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS; INTRODUCTION; BUILDING UNIVERSITY 21ST CENTURY ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMS THAT EMPOWER AND TRANSFORM; INTRODUCTION; STRUCTURING ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMS; DEVELOPMENT OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMS IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP; THE FUTURE: PROGRAMS THAT EMPOWER AND TRANSFORM; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; EXPLORING THE CONCEPT OF AN ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION ECOSYSTEM; INTRODUCTION; BUSINESS ECOSYSTEMS; UNIVERSITY-BASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP ECOSYSTEM (U-BEE)
INTERNAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION ECOSYSTEM A TYPOLOGY FOR CONSIDERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION ECOSYSTEMS; CONSIDERATIONS IN DEVELOPING AN INTERNAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION ECOSYSTEM; CONCLUSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; ADDRESSING THE CHALLENGES OF FUTURE ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION: AN ASSESSMENT OF TEXTBOOKS FOR TEACHING ENTREPRENEURSHIP; INTRODUCTION; PREVIOUS WORK; METHODOLOGY; RESULTS; DISCUSSION; REFERENCES; DO UNIVERSITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMS INFLUENCE STUDENTS' ENTREPRENEURIAL BEHAVIOR? AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN SINGAPORE; INTRODUCTION
LITERATURE REVIEW: FACTORS INFLUENCING ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION ENTREPRENEURSHIP SUPPORT ECOSYSTEM AT THE NUS; RESEARCH QUESTION AND HYPOTHESES; METHODOLOGY; RESULTS; DISCUSSIONS AND CONCLUSIONS; NOTE; REFERENCES; THE INTERNAL PATHWAYS THAT CONDITION UNIVERSITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN LATIN AMERICA: AN INSTITUTIONAL APPROACH; INTRODUCTION; THE INTERNAL PATHWAYS THAT CONDITION UNIVERSITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP: AN INSTITUTIONAL PERSPECTIVE; UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS ON THE CREATION OF STUDENTS' START-UPS; METHODOLOGY
EXPLORING THE INTERNAL PATHWAYS THAT CONDITION UNIVERSITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN LATIN AMERICA CONCLUSIONS; NOTES; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; REFERENCES; ANNEX 1: REGRESSION WEIGHTS (ALL UNIVERSITIES - MODEL 1); ANNEX 2: REGRESSION WEIGHTS (ALL UNIVERSITIES - MODEL 2); ANNEX 3: INDIRECT EFFECTS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL UNIVERSITY PATHWAYS (ALL UNIVERSITIES - MODEL 1); DISCERNING OPPORTUNITY TYPES: IMPLICATIONS FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION; INTRODUCTION; THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS AND ASSUMPTIONS; DELINEATING OPPORTUNITY TYPES; OPPORTUNITY TYPES AS DRIVERS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTION
IMPLICATIONS FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; INNOVATING UNIVERSITY-BASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ORDER TO INFORM INNOVATION FOR THE 21ST CENTURY; INTRODUCTION; SUMMARY; BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT; RESEARCH QUESTIONS; METHODOLOGY; FOUNDATIONAL CONCEPTS AND ANALYSIS; KEY RESULT: AN INFORMING SYSTEMS VIEW OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP; DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS; RECOMMENDATIONS; IN CLOSING; REFERENCES; ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN PRACTICE: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A HYBRID TRAINING MODEL IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT; THE LEARNING NEEDS OF PIONEER ENTREPRENEURS IN AN URBAN SPACE
ENTREPRENEURSHIP TRAINING AFTER STARTING OPERATIONS
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed June 27, 2014).
Contributor:
Hoskinson, Sherry, editor.
Kuratko, Donald F., editor.
Antal, Natalie, contributor.
ISBN:
1-78350-497-8
OCLC:
884586024