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Public policy for knowledge intensive entrepreneurship: implications from the perspective of innovation systems

Abstract : Knowledge intensive entrepreneurship lies at the core of the structural shift necessary for the growth and development of a knowledge based economy, yet research reveals that the EU has fewer young leading innovators, and Europe's new firms do not adequately contribute to industrial growth. This is especially true in the high R&D intensive, high-tech sectors. This structural malaise, undermining Europe's growth potential, is well diagnosed, but poorly understood. This volume fills this important gap by exploring new firms that have significant knowledge intensity in their activity and development.
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Patrick Llerena, Yannis Caloghirou. Public policy for knowledge intensive entrepreneurship: implications from the perspective of innovation systems. Franco Malerba; Yannis Caloghirou; Maureen McKelvey; Slavo Radoševic. Dynamics of Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship : Business Strategy and Public Policy, 1, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016, Routledge studies in innovation, organization and technology, 978-1-138-02528-8. ⟨hal-01763505⟩

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