The Journal of Global Entrepreneurship Research publishes peer-reviewed original articles on Entrepreneurship from a global perspective. The journal aims to.
The Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal is a research journal that publishes original work recommended by a developmental, double-blind review process conducted by peer scholars. Strategic entrepreneurship involves innovation and subsequent changes which add value to society and which change societal life in ways which have significant, sustainable, and durable consequences.
Entrepreneurship is considered to be a key factor in promoting economic development, innovation, competitiveness and job creation, yet little is known about the skills required for successful entrepreneurship. Research and policy has focused upon the conditions.
NBER Working Paper No. 27605 Issued in July 2020 NBER Program(s):Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. To what extent does high-growth entrepreneurship depend on skilled human capital? We estimate the impact of the inflow of inventors into a region on the founding of high-growth firms, instrumenting mobility with the county-level share of millions of inventor surnames in the 1940 U.S.
She studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. All the content of this paper is just her opinion on Social entrepreneurship and should not be seen as the way of presenting the arguments. Read other papers done by Harper: Management: Social Responsibility and Page; Deviance Can Serve Social Functions; Social Control and the Salem.
Suma Athreye is Professor of Technology Strategy at Essex Business School and is a member of the Management Science and Entrepreneurship Group. Suma's main research interests lie in the fields of Economics of Innovation and International Economics and she has published over 50 papers on these subjects and won several research grants for work in.
This paper presents a systematic review of (a) the impact of entrepreneurship on economic, social and environmental welfare and (b) the factors determining this impact. Research over the past 25 years shows that entrepreneurship is one cause of macroeconomic development, but that the relationship between entrepreneurship and welfare is very complex.
Research Paper Series; ERPN sponsored by The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. Entrepreneurship involves the study of new business creation as well as the actual process of planning, launching and running a new business. It is one of the key driving forces of the economy, requiring innovation, perseverance, creativity, and risk-taking. Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship researchers must be.
Abstract. The project deals with entrepreneurship as well as the ways it contributes to economy. The research is based on the latest data possible from the most influential surveys giving saturation coverage to the problem raised, with empirical opinions being given by world’s finest economists and data being collected by subject field researchers, who conducted investigations and.
This research-paper discusses the main themes on women’s entrepreneurship, as characterized by the extant literature in this field. It begins with a consideration of the underrepresentation of women in entrepreneurship globally and makes the economic case for encouraging more women to become entrepreneurs. The research-paper then discusses the definitional issues associated with the topic.
Since 2004, the Global Entrepreneurship Research Association has published biannual reports on women’s entrepreneurship which provide analysis of female entrepreneurs who intend to start and run businesses. The most recent report, for 2015, covers 83 economies.