• Business, Economics & Law
      April 2009

      Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Economic Growth

      by Gary D. Libecap

      This volume presents a series of perspectives that evaluate the merits of and potential for establishing institutionalized social valuation protocols within university settings. The volumes open with a comprehensive overview of the existing literature tha

    • Business, Economics & Law
      July 2013

      A Cross- Disciplinary Primer on the Meaning of Principles of Innovation

      by Matthew M. Mars, Gary D. Libecap, Sherry Hoskinson, Gary D. Libecap

      Innovation is a central mechanism in the progression of society and often captures the imagination and enthusiasm of corporate leaders, public policy makers, and so on. However, the cultural, political and social complexities of innovation that extend bey

    • Business, Economics & Law
      December 2011

      Entrepreneurship and Global Competitiveness in Regional Economies

      Determinants and Policy Implications

      by Sherry Hoskinson, Gary D. Libecap

      This volume, comprised of authors from the U.S., Canada, Africa, and Europe, centers on the development, transformation, and role of geographic /regional economies-- specifically in the globalized, post-2009 era. The authors address topics that every regi

    • Business, Economics & Law
      November 2009

      Frontiers in Eco Entrepreneurship Research

      by Gary D. Libecap

      Eco entrepreneurship (the provision of new products, processes, services with environmental benefits) is not well understood regarding its motives, returns, products, services, organization, and property rights. However, as public concern about the enviro

    • Business, Economics & Law
      October 2010

      Spanning Boundaries and Disciplines

      University Technology Commercialization in the Idea Age

      by Gary D. Libecap, Marie Thursby, Sherry Hoskinson, Gary D. Libecap

      Successful technology commercialization requires the integration of multiple perspectives and collaboration of experts from very different backgrounds. More often than not, key individuals in the process reside in different organizational units--each with

    • Business, Economics & Law
      December 1997

      Critical, Social and Technological Factors Affecting Entrepreneurial Midsize Firms

      by Gary D. Libecap

      This is the ninth volume in a series of studies on entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth. The work looks at social and technological factors affecting mid-size businesses, including: education; job training; health policy; and, information tech

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      September 1990

      Education and Quality of the American Labor Force

      by Gary D. Libecap

      Editorial Objectives This series aims to present the latest research on entrepreneurship, innovation and the impact on economic performance. Topicality Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth (ASEIEG) provides a timely a

    • Business, Economics & Law
      November 2001

      Entrepreneurial Inputs and Outcomes

      New Studies of Entrepreneurship in the United States

      by Gary D. Libecap

      The performance of economies depends upon entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurs identify new opportunities, implement new technologies, provide new products and services, and generally, make an economy vibrant. Yet, little is understood of the institutional str

    • Business, Economics & Law
      December 2000

      Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth in the American Economy

      by Gary D. Libecap

      This volume includes a series of papers which examine the contributions of entrepreneurship education on the performance of graduates. Using survey data for 2,484 entrepreneurship and non-entrepreneurship graduates, the analysis indicates that entrepreneu

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      January 1995

      Health Care Issues and American Economic Growth

      Conference : Papers

      by Gary D. Libecap, Philip J. Leaf, James R. Greenley

      This is the eighth volume in a series on research in community and mental health.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      February 1988

      Innovation in New Markets

      The Impact of Deregulation on Airlines, Financial Markets, and Telecommunications

      by Gary D. Libecap

      Editorial Objectives This series aims to present the latest research on entrepreneurship, innovation and the impact on economic performance. Topicality Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth (ASEIEG) provides a timely a

    • Business, Economics & Law
      April 2004

      Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship

      by Gary D. Libecap

      The papers in this volume represent some of the leading work on intellectual property. They address the question of how to create incentives to develop new technologies and how to protect those technologies once developed from theft. They also ask when va

    • Business, Economics & Law
      March 2003

      Issues in Entrepreneurship

      Contracts, Corporate Characteristics and Country Differences

      by Gary D. Libecap

      Entrepreneurship is recognized as critical for the growth of both individual firms and overall economies. Entrepreneurship fosters the introduction of new products, processes and organizations. It provides the flexibility and dynamism required for respond

    • Business, Economics & Law
      August 1998

      Legal, Regulatory and Policy Changes That Affect Entrepreneurial Midsize Firms

      by Gary D. Libecap

      This is the tenth volume in a series of studies on entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth. The work looks at legal, regulatory and policy changes that affect entrepreneurial midsize firms.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      June 1993

      New Learning on Entrepreneurship

      by Gary D. Libecap

      Editorial Objectives This series aims to present the latest research on entrepreneurship, innovation and the impact on economic performance. Topicality Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth (ASEIEG) provides a timely a

    • Business, Economics & Law
      May 1996

      Reinventing Government and the Problem of Bureaucracy

      by Gary D. Libecap

      This is the seventh volume in a series of studies on entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth. The work looks at reinventing government and the problem of bureaucracy.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      February 2008

      Technological Innovation

      Generating Economic Results

      by Gary D. Libecap, Marie Thursby

      Profiting from technological innovation is a key strategic challenge in technology-intensive industries because it requires not only scientific and engineering expertise but also an understanding of how business and legal factors facilitate commercializat

    • Business, Economics & Law
      July 2005

      University Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer

      Process, Design, and Intellectual Property

      by Gary D. Libecap

      This volume of 12 chapters contains some of the latest research on university-based technology transfer, intellectual property issues, and the entrepreneurship program/technology transfer interface. Eleven of the papers are from the Colloquium on Entrepre

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