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Sustaining entrepreneurship and economic growth : Lessons in policy and industry innovations from Germany and India

Author: Max Keilbach; Jagannadha Pawan Tamvada; David B Audretsch
Publisher: New York : Springer-Verlag New York Inc, 2009
Series: International Studies in Entrepreneurship
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Academic research on developed countries has scientifically evaluated the role of entrepreneurship on economic growth, market expansion, commercializing innovation, and reducing unemployment. In this research, it has consistently been shown that regions or industries with higher rates of entrepreneurship show higher levels of innovation and economic growth. Consequently, most European and other developed countries  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Max Keilbach; Jagannadha Pawan Tamvada; David B Audretsch
ISBN: 0387786945 9780387786957 0387786953 9780387786940
OCLC Number: 475387355
Description: 223 s.
Contents: Theoretical Analyses of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.- Introduction: Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Germany and India.- The Contribution of Entrepreneurship to Economic Growth.- Efficient Transfer of Public Scientific R&D to Private Firms.- Investing in Labor and Technology: Two "Faces" in India. Comparison of SMEs in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu.- Empirical Analyses.- Knowledge Based Entrepreneurship and Regional Economic Performance.- What Determines Self-employment Choice in India?.- Entrepreneurship and Innovative Policies for Financing Small Scale Industries in India: An Empirical Analysis.- Demographics and Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Germany and India.- Comparing Entrepreneurial Climates of Germany and India: More Similarities than Differences?.- Industry Studies.- Venture Capitalist's Role in Choosing Entrepreneurs: A Study of Indian Biotechnology Industry.- Public R&D Policy: The Right Turns of the Wrong Screw? The Case of the German Biotechnology Industry.- Technological Strategies and Firm Characteristics: A Study of Indian Basic Chemical Industry.- Diversity and the Geography of Technology Entrepreneurship: Evidence from the Indian IT Industry.- Conclusion.- Dynamics of Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth.
Series Title: International Studies in Entrepreneurship
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Literature on entrepreneurship and innovation has largely ignored developing countries. This book presents research by scholars in Germany and India, whose respective analysis of entrepreneurship,  Read more...

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