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From Industrial Organization to Entrepreneurship : A Tribute to David B. Audretsch

Author: Erik E Lehmann; Max Keilbach; SpringerLink (Online service)
Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st ed. 2019View all editions and formats
Publication:Springer eBooks
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This book celebrates the contributions of David B. Audretsch, Distinguished Professor at the School of Public and Environment Affairs (SPEA) at Indiana University (USA), co-founder and co-editor of Small Business Economics, and former Director of the Entrepreneurship, Growth and Public Policy Group at the erstwhile Max Planck Institute of Economics (Jena, Germany). For his pioneering work, which explores the links  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Erik E Lehmann; Max Keilbach; SpringerLink (Online service)
ISBN: 9783030252373 303025237X
OCLC Number: 1203981800
Reproduction Notes: Springer : Electronic reproduction.
Description: XII, 488 p. 42 illus., 30 illus. in color. : online resource.
Contents: Chapter 1. Scenes from a Marriage --
Chapter 2. I Will Always Be Proud to Call Him My Father --
Chapter 3. My Dad, the Athlete, Entertainer, Phrase Philosopher, Conformist and Analogist --
Chapter 4. Perhaps David Audretsch Is Not a Good Man --
Chapter 5. Henry David Bruce Audretsch: A Retrospective ... Perhaps --
Chapter 6. Distinguished Professor Dr. David B. Audretsch: World Renowned Researcher --
Legendary ICON in Entrepreneurship --
Chapter 7. a Journey Through Entrepreneurship --
Chapter 8. the Symmetry of Acs and Audretsch: How We Met, Why We Stuck and How We Succeeded --
Chapter 9. Visions of the Past: David Was Always There --
Chapter 10. Structural Change, Knowledge Spillovers and the Role of Smes and Entrepreneurship --
Chapter 11. David B. Audretsch: Spilling Knowledge All over the World --
Chapter 12. the Shape of Things to Come --
Chapter 13. David Audretsch: A Source of Inspiration, a Co-Author, and a Friend --
Chapter 14. David: A Cultural Entrepreneur --
Chapter 15. David Audretsch and International Business: Bringing It All Back Home --
Chapter 16. Regional Trajectories of Entrepreneurship and Growth --
Chapter 17. David Audretsch and New Directions in Spillover Academic Entrepreneurship --
Chapter 18. David Audretsch - a Bibliometric Portrait of a Distinguished Entrepreneurship Scholar --
Chapter 19. David Audretsch: The Capacity to Design and to Influence a Research Agenda --
Chapter 20. Education, Human Capital Spillovers and Productivity: Evidence from Swedish Firm Level Production Functions --
Chapter 21. Productivity Slowdown, Innovation and Industry Dynamics --
Chapter 22. Dr. Audretsch: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Doing Small Business Research --
Chapter 23. "I Want To, but I Also Need to": Start-Ups Resulting from Opportunity and Necessity --
Chapter 24. Working with David on Both Sides of the Atlantic --
Chapter 25. Festschrift to David B. Audretsch --
Chapter 26. an Overview of the Economics of Entrepreneurship and Small Business: The Legacy of David B. Audretsch --
Chapter 27. Location and Firm Performance --
Chapter 28. the Inclusive Vision --
Chapter 29. You Made It the Best of Times --
Chapter 30. on Regional Innovator Networks as Hubs for Innovative Ventures --
Chapter 31. the Emergence of Parental Entrepreneurship: Some Thoughts About Family Life, Professional Careers and Entrepreneurship --
Chapter 32. Financial and Institutional Reforms for an Entrepreneurial Society --
Chapter 33. Entrepreneurship in Public Policy Education: The Willy Brandt School as a Case --
Chapter 34. Connecting People and Knowledge: Knowledge Spillovers, Cognitive Biases, and Entrepreneurship --
Chapter 35. Where Would I Be If My 25 Year-Old Self Was Aware of the Gravitas of Dr. David Audretsch?- Chapter 36. Essay for Festschrift David Audretsch --
Chapter 37. Thoughts About David --
Chapter 38. Building Stronger Research Communities and Collaboration Between Established and Young Scholars --
Chapter 39. "Lessons from David Audretsch" in Festschrift for David Audretsch --
Chapter 40. off to New Shores: Knowledge Spillovers Between Economics and Psychology or How I Published with David Audretsch in Plos One --
Chapter 41. a Brief Case Study of the Audretsch Form of Davidial Entrepreneurship Research Ecosystems Ecosystems --
Chapter 42. David Audretsch Has Impacted My Academic Life in Many Ways and I Would like to Use This Opportunity to Thank Him for His Tremendous Support --
Chapter 43. David Audretsch: A Great Mind, an Outstanding Researcher and a Humble Individual --
Chapter 44. Happy Birthday, David Audretsch - and All That Jazz --
Chapter 45. a Simple Behavioral Model of Stochastic Knowledge Accumulation --
Chapter 46. David Audretsch: A Literary Steckbrief --
Chapter 47. Wings to Escape the Roots --
Chapter 48. Professor David Audretsch: My Doktorvater --
Chapter 49. Building Entrepreneurial Societies Through Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Business Incubators --
Chapter 50. David B. Audretsch, a Gatekeeper and Globetrotter.
Responsibility: edited by Erik E. Lehmann, Max Keilbach.

Abstract:

This book celebrates the contributions of David B. Audretsch, Distinguished Professor at the School of Public and Environment Affairs (SPEA) at Indiana University (USA), co-founder and co-editor of Small Business Economics, and former Director of the Entrepreneurship, Growth and Public Policy Group at the erstwhile Max Planck Institute of Economics (Jena, Germany). For his pioneering work, which explores the links between entrepreneurship, government policy, innovation, economic development, and global competitiveness, he has received the 2001 Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research from the Swedish Foundation for Small Business Research and the 2011 Schumpeter Prize from the University of Wuppertal (Germany). This volume features original contributions from over 50 leading scholars to map, analyze and evaluate the impact of Audretsch's research on a broad spectrum of research fields, ranging from economics to entrepreneurship and geography. The development and evolution of key ideas which have significantly shaped theory and future research across these fields are also explored.

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