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Urban Startup Ecosystems Workshop Report

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The 1st International Workshop on Urban Startup Ecosystems (USE) was held on July 18 – 19, 2017 in Bremen, Germany. The workshop aimed at establishing a platform for researchers to discuss recent issues of entrepreneurial ecosystems and a possible research...
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Top Ten Things We Know About Growing Entrepreneurial Ecosystems – And The Implications!

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Cross-posted from Norris’ LinkedIn Blog, July 7, 2017, https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-ten-things-we-know-growing-entrepreneurial-norris-krueger 1) Practitioner* research is ahead of academics in many ways (not just Kauffman.. think Brad Feld!) Implication 1: Cast your net widely when doing your homework. *two of my go-to gurus,...
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Crowdfunding, Change and Co-Creation

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Entrepreneurship eco-systems are a topic of great interest for both academics and practitioners due to the benefits that entrepreneurship can provide; from empowering individuals to take control of their professional life to generating jobs and economic wealth. These eco-systems are...
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What an Entrepreneurship Ecosystem actually is

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Cross-posted from Harvard Business Review Online, May 12, 2014, https://hbr.org/2014/05/what-an-entrepreneurial-ecosystem-actually-is/, with permission from the author. Fostering entrepreneurship has become a core component of economic development in cities and countries around the world. The predominant metaphor for fostering entrepreneurship as an...
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Entrepreneurial Ecosystems and Stem Cell Commercialization at the University-Industry Boundary

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Entrepreneurial universities play an important role in the development of entrepreneurial ecosystems by supporting the triple-helix of university-industry-government interactions. Alongside university teaching and research activities, commercialization activities at the university-industry (U-I) boundary drive ecosystem economics. Yet, venturing at the U-I...
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