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Academic entrepreneurship in Asia

Poh Kam Wong

Academic entrepreneurship in Asia

the role and impact of universities in national innovation systems

by Poh Kam Wong

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Published by Edward Elgar in Cheltenham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Case studies,
  • Academic-industrial collaboration,
  • Entrepreneurship

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Poh Kam Wong
    SeriesNew horizons in entrepreneurship series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC1085.4.A78 A68 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 354 p. :
    Number of Pages354
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25282443M
    ISBN 109781849803076
    LC Control Number2011927320

    This book assesses socio-cultural and economic factors influencing female entrepreneurship in Asia as well as the process and the tools and challenges that accompany it. Show less This detailed study of female entrepreneurship in Asia examines the high economic growth that is increasingly driven by market-oriented economic reforms favouring. women’s entrepreneurship in Asia and the Pacific. The three parts of the report cover the key barriers that women in Asia and the Pacific face when trying to establish or grow a business, case studies of projects supported by the ADB and The Asia Foundation .

    The Entrepreneurship & Innovation Asia Programme is conducted by Nanyang Technopreneurship Center, the dedicated center offering Entrepreneurship Education to NTU students. The programme consists of four modules with a total of 12 Academics Units (AUs). It is designed to equip students with the fundamental entrepreneurship competencies. Her book, Beyond Technonationalism: Biomedical Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Asia (Stanford University Press ) analyzes national policy and firm level strategy in .

    Economic development in Southeast Asia was until recently largely driven by multinational corporations and by strategies that favoured foreign direct investment. However, the financial crisis of and the subsequent regional economic slowdown in forced policy-makers to Cited by: 7. Family Business, E-Entrepreneurship, Gender or Women’s Entrepreneurship, and Technopreneurship. In addition, regional journals have been introduced, especially in Africa (Journal of Language, Technology & Entrepreneurship in Africa) and Asia, including Emerald’s Journal of Chinese Entrepreneurship. However, there also are some.


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This timely book examines the rising phenomenon of academic entrepreneurship and technology commercialization among leading universities in Asia, by presenting in-depth analysis of thirteen leading universities from nine Asian economies, including Tokyo University in Japan, Tsinghua in China, IIT Bombay in India, and the National University of : Hardcover.

This timely book examines the rising phenomenon of academic entrepreneurship and technology commercialization among leading universities in Asia, by presenting in-depth analysis of thirteen leading universities from nine Asian economies, including Tokyo University in Japan, Tsinghua in China, IIT Bombay in India, and the National University of Singapore.4/5(1).

This timely book examines the rising phenomenon Academic entrepreneurship in Asia book academic entrepreneurship and technology commercialization among leading universities in Asia, by presenting in-depth analysis of thirteen leading universities from nine Asian economies, including Tokyo University in Japan, Tsinghua in China, IIT Bombay in India, and the National University of Singapore.

This timely book examines the rising phenomenon of academic entrepreneurship and technology commercialization among leading universities in Asia, by presenting in-depth analysis of thirteen leading universities from nine Asian economies, including Tokyo University in Japan, Tsinghua in China, IIT Bombay in India, and the National University of : Wong Poh Kam.

The book does a good job of synthesizing what one might find 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 any by: 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. 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.

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Summary: This timely book examines the phenomenon of academic entrepreneurship and technology commercialization among leading universities in Asia. 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 ).

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. Contribution of universities to national innovation systems in Asia: Technology commercialization and academic entrepreneurship.

In P. Wong (Ed.), Academic entrepreneurship in Asia: The role and impact of universities in national innovation systems (pp. 1–18).Cited by: This book explains the following topics: Qualities and Functions of Entrepreneurs, Role of Entrepreneur in Economic Growth, Competing Theories of Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Development Programmes in India, Government Policy Towards Ssi’s, Entrepreneurial Behaviours And Motivation, N-achievement and Rural Entrepreneurship, Creativity.

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It focuses on the business skills and frameworks that will help entrepreneurs grow their social ventures and maximise their impact. About this journal. The Journal of Entrepreneurship is a multidisciplinary forum for the publication of articles and research and discussion of issues that bear upon and enfold the fi eld of entrepreneurship.

Topics appropriate and related to entrepreneurship include intrapreneurship, managership, organisational behaviour, leadership, motivation, training and ethical/ moral notions guiding. The book is a creative and original analysis of the changing nature of techno-nationalism." —Ezra F.

Vogel, Harvard University "Ibata-Arens examines how tacit knowledge enables technology development and how business, academic, and kinship networks foster knowledge creation and transfer. Academic entrepreneurship can be defined as "the involvement of academic scientists and organizations in commercially relevant activities in different forms, including industry-university.

Drucker () argued that innovation is the tool of entrepreneurship. In addition, both innovation and entrepreneurship demand creativity.

Creativity is a process by which a symbolic domain in the culture is changed. New songs, new ideas, new machines are what creativity is about Mihaly().

Creativity is the ability to make or otherwise. Purchase Female Entrepreneurship in East and South-East Asia - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe book is a fascinating read and is highly recommended to all individuals who want a comprehensive and well written discussion on entrepreneurship in Asia." -- Journal of Enterprising Culture "This book is a very useful resource for academics, policymakers, and educators of entrepreneurship in Asia 4/5(2).

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