Elgar law and entrepreneurship. Elgaronline.
Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Evolving Economies examines the role of law in supporting innovation and entrepreneurship in communities whose economies are in transition. It contains a collection of works from different perspectives and tackles tough questions regarding policy and practice, including how support for entrepreneurship can be translated into policy. Additionally, this collection addresses more concrete questions of practical efficacy, including measures of how successful or unsuccessful legal efforts to incentivize entrepreneurship may be, through intellectual property law and otherwise, and what might define success to begin with.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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1. Introduction / Megan M. Carpenter 2. State legislative efforts to improve access to venture capital / Brian Krumm 3. Of small businesses and entrepreneurs : toward a public policy that supports new venture formation / Eric J. Gouvin 4. Transforming professional services to build regional innovation ecosystems / Sean M. O'Connor 5. The strategic lawyer / Shubha Ghosh 6. A social justice perspective on intellectual property, innovation, and entrepreneurship / Steven D. Jamar and Lateef Mtima 7. Contrasts in innovation : Pittsburgh then and now / Michael J. Madison 8. IP and entrepreneurship in an evolving economy : a case study / Michael Risch 9. The role and impact of clinical programs on entrepreneurship and economic growth / Patricia H. Lee 10. The rule of law, privatization, and the promise of transborder licensing / Andrea L. Johnson 11. The making of the Durationator : an unexpected journey into entrepreneurship / Elizabeth Townsend Gard.