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Public policies for fostering entrepreneurship, a European perspective, João Leitão, Rui Baptista, editors

Public policies for fostering entrepreneurship, a European perspective, João Leitão, Rui Baptista, editors
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Public policies for fostering entrepreneurship
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Responsibility statement
João Leitão, Rui Baptista, editors
Series statement
International studies in entrepreneurship
Sub title
a European perspective
The contribution of this book is to join in the same volume a set of theoretical visions and empirical assessments by leading scholars about public policies towards entrepreneurship in Europe and how to rethink them. The book is divided in two parts: Part I ' Entrepreneurship Policies ' A European Framework; and Part II ' Entrepreneurship Policy in Countries and Regions. In Part I various theoretical approaches are presented by prominent scholars from around the world. They point to the need for the European economy to be the subject..
Table Of Contents
Knowledge based Start-ups and Entrepreneurship Policy.- Policies Fostering Ne Firm Formation and Self-Employment in Italy:Implications for Public Policy.- High Growth Entrepreneurs, Public Policies and Economic Growth.- Entrepreneurship Policies: Principles, Problems and Opportunities.- Support Policies to Entrepreneurship.- Reinforcing the Entrepreneurial Innovation Capacity of Industrial Smes with Networks.- KIBS Growth: Diagnosis and Suggestions for Public Policy to Promote Entrepreneurship in Portugal.- On the Road to a ' Culture of Entrepreneurship' ? ' Assessing Public Support for Entrepreneurship and SMEs in Germany.- Entrepreneurship Policy in Finland: Quest for new jobs.- Promoting Equity Flows into Smaller Businesses: The UK Enterprise Investment Scheme and Venture Capital / An Empirical Exercise.- Institutional Contexts, the Management of Patent Portfolios and the Role of Public Policies Supporting New Entrepreneurial Ventures.- Entrepreneurship in European regions