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

Author: Max C Keilbach; Jagannadha Pawan Tamvad$edt$a; David B Audretsch
Publisher: New York : Springer, cop. 2009.
Series: International studies in entrepreneurship, 19.
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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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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Max C Keilbach; Jagannadha Pawan Tamvad$edt$a; David B Audretsch
ISBN: 0387786953 9780387786957 9780387786940 0387786945
OCLC Number: 514247517
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 223 p. :) ill. (some col.)
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, 19.
Responsibility: Max Keilbach, Jagannadha Pawan Tamvada, David B. Audretsch, editors.
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