Academic Entrepreneurship. Creating an Entrepreneurial by Andrew C. Corbett,Jerome A. Katz,Donald S. Siegel, et

By Andrew C. Corbett,Jerome A. Katz,Donald S. Siegel, et al.Emerald Group Publishing Limited|Emerald Group Publishing Limited||Adult NonfictionBusinessLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 22.08.2014Street date: 21.08.2014

Advances in Entrepreneurship, company Emergence and progress offers an annual exam of the key present examine within the box of entrepreneurship, together with enterprise emergence and development learn. The Advances sequence additionally publishes papers from fields akin to process or sociology that use entrepreneurial examples. it's a key resource of articles-of-record for significant recommendations within the self-discipline of entrepreneurship. quantity sixteen considers the primary factor of educational entrepreneurship: the criteria and ideas that underpin the fostering of university-based entrepreneurial ventures. particularly, it includes study at the outcomes of collage know-how move, with a powerful emphasis at the entrepreneurial measurement of this job. The theoretical and empirical manuscripts during this quantity examine all points of ways college stakeholders create, incubate, and speed up ventures.

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Input” metrics, albeit less easy to capture, are less studied. Research capturing inputs typically involves descriptive accounts or close studies of the system of innovation and entrepreneurship both within the university and between the university and industry. These are primarily case studies which elucidate distinct organizational efforts usually at a single university. The problem with technology transfer centric measures is that they miss much of the cultural complexity and embeddedness of the university within a region that enables researchers to truly understand the entirety of the entrepreneurial university including activities related to preparing students for an entrepreneurial economy; provision of advice and technical assistance to entrepreneurial enterprises; assisting the business and professional communities with formal and informal education that prepares them to support an entrepreneurial rather than a managerial economy (Audretch & Thurik, 2000).

We then describe the varied ways in which universities can support the development of these capabilities. Finally, we provide a framework of metrics, which can more comprehensively capture the value that universities represent to innovation and entrepreneurship in their regions. Keywords: Entrepreneurship; university; technology transfer INTRODUCTION Over the last 30 years, researchers across the country have been documenting the shifts in university policies and practices enabled in no small part by the Bayh–Dole1 legislation of the mid-1980s, and the establishment and growth of the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program.

S. Congress enacted the Bayh–Dole Act, landmark legislation that dramatically changed intellectual property rights related to the commercialization of university-based inventions. Bayh–Dole instituted a uniform patent policy across federal agencies, removed many restrictions on licensing, and allowed universities to own patents arising from federal research grants. The senators who designed this legislation asserted that university ownership and management of intellectual property would stimulate the commercialization of new technologies and promote economic development and the overall competitiveness of the American economy.

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