1 edition of Academic entrepreneurship found in the catalog.
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (page 193) and index.
|Other titles||How to bring your scientific discovery to a successful commercial product|
|LC Classifications||HD62.5 .M37 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 206 pages|
|Number of Pages||206|
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Academic entrepreneurship is the ability of a faculty member, graduate student, post-doctoral researcher, or medical doctor; to take a discovery from the lab and translate it 5/5(1). The book does a good job of synthesizing what one might Academic entrepreneurship book by sifting through academic papers and resources at The Kaufmann Foundation.
I couldn't give the book 5 stars since it doesn't share what universities can do to promote academic entrepreneurship with Cited by: From the Back Cover. Academic entrepreneurship is Academic entrepreneurship book ability of a faculty member, graduate student, post-doctoral researcher, or medical doctor; to take a discovery from the lab and translate it into a commercial reality.
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Academic Entrepreneurship book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this unique and timely volume, Scott Shane systematically exp /5. This book serves as an easy-to-read roadmap for translating technology to a product launch – guiding university faculty and graduate students on launching a start-up company.
• Addresses a growing trend of academic faculty commercializing their discoveries, especially those supported by the National Science Foundation and National. Introduction to Academic Entrepreneurship: /ch The aim of the chapter is to provide practitioners and researchers, who wish to investigate academic entrepreneurship in details, with the basicCited by: 5.
Academic entrepreneurship: time for a rethink. 3 ABSTRACT Academic entrepreneurship, which refers to efforts undertaken by universities to promote commercialization on campus and in surrounding regions of the university, has changed dramatically in recent years.
Two key consequences of this change are that more stakeholders have become. academic entrepreneurship, namely, the academic entrepreneur; the entrepreneurial academic and the academic-entrepreneur.
The structure of the paper is as follows. In Section II, the concept of academic entrepreneurship is introduced, while in Section III, the different classifications of academics as entrepreneurs are presented. All Book Search results » About the author () An angel investor with the North Coast Angel Fund, and a professor of entrepreneurship at Case Western Reserve University, Scott Shane is the author of Illusions of Entrepreneurship, among many other books 4/5(1).
What is Academic Entrepreneurship. Definition of Academic Entrepreneurship: Also known as the university's third mission, the concept reflects the need to bring academia and private sector R&D closer together.
It is about boosting the economic value of processes of transfer and application of knowledge between university and business fabric. Entrepreneurship is the freedom to do what one likes to do, with all its attendant profits and risks.
Entrepreneurship is defined by results and not by attributes. It is a passion and all about commercial risks. A true entrepreneur. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Academic Entrepreneurship: How to Bring Your Scientific Discovery to a Successful Commercial Product by Michele Marcolongo at Due to COVID, orders may be delayed.
Thank you for your : Wiley. From Academia to Entrepreneur: Lessons from the Real World provides practical advice on entrepreneurship, interspersed with insights the author gained from starting up his own business and in associations with other ventures.
These same insights can be applied to bringing a technology concept from academia to an enterprise. Thomas Hellmann is a professor at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, where he is the Academic Director of the Entrepreneurship Centre. His areas of expertise are entrepreneurship, venture capital, innovation, contract theory, strategic management and public policy.
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Author (s): Thierry Burger Helmchen. Entrepreneurship Creativity and Innovative Business Models. In this book, an array of international researchers take a look at the visions and actions of innovative entrepreneurs to be at the source of new ideas and to foster new relationships between different actors to change the existing business models.
In the scientific theory, the terms academic entrepreneur and academic entrepreneurship are defined and developed further in very different ways.
From the traditional perspective academic entrepreneurship means an “university spin-off” or an institutional transfer of research, development, or technology to start innovations or ventures (see, for example, Shane ).
Academic Entrepreneurship and Technological Innovation: A Business Management Perspective provides a wide-ranging overview of the relationship between universities and organizations through the most recent and detailed research on university entrepreneurship.
This book aims to be a reference source for students, researchers, and .Reviewed by Neil Kane, Academic Specialist/Entrepreneur, Michigan State University on 11/20/ Comprehensiveness rating: 3 see less.
The book is comprehensive in that it does a good job of cataloging the different facets of entrepreneurship. It is well referenced and useful as a compendium of resources on the topic.4/5(3).Shane’s book fills a need for innovators, entrepreneurs, investors and, not least, civil servants in both public and private institutions who work to support companies coming from the academic environment.
Scott Shane’s book has the potential to become one of the standard works in academic entrepreneurship the book is unambiguously.