The shift to the entrepreneurial society: a built economy in education, sustainability and regulation
Jean Bonnet (),
Marcus Dejardin () and
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Not only growth but better growth is required to address the tremendous challenges that European economies are facing. More entrepreneurs and more entrepreneurial firms -new and innovative firms- can contribute. A variety of factors may be considered to promote entrepreneurship among young people, and innovative activities among firms. Education is certainly one of the most relevant. The need to create a more favourable social climate for new businesses requires not only changing the state of mind but also improving globally the skills of entrepreneurs. It is also important to identify the most favourable context for the creation and development of sustainable, innovative companies, especially during economic crisis.
Keywords: Entrepreneurship; education; innovation; finance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in Edward Elgar Publishing, pp.286, 2012
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