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  1. The purpose of this research is to investigate the relationship between innovation and human capital investment, and to show how the implementation of these two concepts leads to economic development. A case s...

    Authors: Mohammad Alawamleh, Loiy Bani Ismail, Diana Aqeel and Kamal Jamal Alawamleh
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2019 8:6
  2. People are seeking ways to retrieve information on their health in an innovative way by looking online for information to decide whether or not to visit a doctor. Searching for health information on the Intern...

    Authors: Sakun Boon-itt
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2019 8:4
  3. In recent decades, many efforts have been put into understanding and determining key variables and factors affecting knowledge-based economy. Triple Helix model is a model with relative success in this regard;...

    Authors: Farshad Momeni, Ali Arab Mazar Yazdi and Seyed Mohammad Sajjad Najafi
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2019 8:1
  4. Resulting from the digital revolution of the last decades, multiple startup hubs flourished across the globe in the past 10 years. Healthy environments for the development of innovative, nascent digital enterp...

    Authors: Daniel Cukier and Fabio Kon
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:14
  5. A growing number of announcements on new and innovative medical devices are reported each year by economic actors. However, very few new technologies are successfully acquired and adopted by healthcare actors....

    Authors: Mathieu Beaulieu and Pascale Lehoux
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:11
  6. Industrial manufacturing enterprises in export-oriented economies rely on product or service innovation to maintain their competitive advantage. Decreasing costs of computing power, connectivity and electronic...

    Authors: Timon B. Heinis, Jan Hilario and Mirko Meboldt
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:10
  7. The present study investigates the relationship between the number of children in the household and mothers and fathers’ propensity to become and remain owners of limited liability businesses. We started by id...

    Authors: Lars Kolvereid
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:9
  8. Entrepreneurship is a worldwide phenomenon with economic growth across the globe that is rendered by the emergence of new and innovative business start-ups. Thus, the main objective of this research was to mod...

    Authors: Mesfin Mulu Ayalew and Shumet Amare Zeleke
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:8
  9. Firm response to decline has seen renewed interest based on the impacts of the global financial crisis. Here, we investigate the long-lasting effects of decline on the innovativeness of firms and, ultimately, ...

    Authors: Eric Hansen and Erlend Nybakk
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:7
  10. Enterprise innovation has gained the interest of development policymakers and scholars as the bases for the industrial development. This study comprehensively analyzes the drivers of enterprise innovation in d...

    Authors: Megersa Debela Daksa, Molla Alemayehu Yismaw, Sisay Diriba Lemessa and Shemelis Kebede Hundie
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:6
  11. Past and potential contributions of the state to innovation and the creation of the digital economy need to be understood now, more than ever. The state is under attack, and its role in innovation and technolo...

    Authors: Nagy Hanna
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:5
  12. The rapid urbanization around the world has generated a tremendous interest in the study of megacity insurgencies. The purpose of this paper is to introduce a new field of study—of expeditionary energy economics ...

    Authors: Ion A. Iftimie
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:4
  13. Social enterprises and government share the ultimate goal of solving societal problems, which provides a lot of potential for collaboration between the two parties. While the local government level is the most...

    Authors: Maarten Hogenstijn, Martha Meerman and Joop Zinsmeister
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:3
  14. Leader opening and closing behaviors are assumed to foster high levels of employee exploration and exploitation behaviors, hence motivating employee innovative performance. Applying the ambidexterity theory of...

    Authors: Faris Alghamdi
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2018 7:1
  15. Entrepreneurial interest among the youth population is a panacea for unemployment especially due to high turnout of educated individuals in the labour force. This paper provides findings on the factors that de...

    Authors: Uche A. Osakede, Akanni O. Lawanson and Deborah A. Sobowale
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:19
  16. The purpose of this article is to describe the innovative strategies that were used to develop the first National health insurance program in the United States. The first innovative provisions was the developm...

    Authors: Ronald D. Hester
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:18
  17. The vital role of entrepreneurship for economic growth and its impact for job creation in mature and developing economies is widely recognized and quantified (OECD, Entrepreneurship and Business Statistics, 20...

    Authors: Mariella C. Remund, Marta Peris-Ortiz and Hans-Jurgen Gehrke
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:17
  18. Does formalization really destroy creative or innovative thinking? What if formal innovation training actually improved firm-level innovativeness? What if a manager could predict the likelihood of success or...

    Authors: Joseph S. Schultz, Endre Sjøvold and Beate André
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:13
  19. Generative art is created by a system that operates autonomously, or semi-autonomously, rather than directly by the artist. The artist creates the system and establishes parameters that affect the outcome, but...

    Authors: Michael Tempel
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:12
  20. In this article, the author will outline the process of setting up a makerspace in an art education program on a US university campus. The challenges that were encountered will be discussed, as will the succes...

    Authors: Robert W. Sweeny
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:9
  21. This research paper is on youth employment and entrepreneurship. It has investigated a total of 3591 youths in two different geographical areas of Ethiopia. Entirely, it has taken three specific villages: Melk...

    Authors: Abel Tewolde Mehari and Christian Feleke Belay
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:11
  22. The maker movement in recent years has shed light on the blurring boundaries between crafts, creativity, and technology. Tools are a key part of the creation process, shaping both our process of making and the...

    Authors: Irene Posch
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:10
  23. This study aims to investigate entrepreneurial intention among international business students in Viet Nam as it is on the way to approve The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The theory of planned behavior (TP...

    Authors: Cuong Nguyen
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:7
  24. The paper examines the regional effects of a general innovation policy, i.e. a policy tool that does not target specific industries or subnational regions. General policy tools are an important part of the por...

    Authors: Arne Isaksen, Roger Henning Normann and Olav R. Spilling
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:6
  25. The purpose of this conceptual article is to demonstrate that Donald Schön’s Reflective Practitioner actually outlines an explicit model of the steps that project leaders in practice apply largely unaware. This r...

    Authors: Peter R. A. Oeij, Jeff B. R. Gaspersz, Tinka van Vuuren and Steven Dhondt
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:2
  26. The paper examines the long-run relationship between innovation and per capita economic growth in the 19 European countries over the period 1989–2014. This study uses six different indicators of innovation: pa...

    Authors: Rana P. Maradana, Rudra P. Pradhan, Saurav Dash, Kunal Gaurav, Manju Jayakumar and Debaleena Chatterjee
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2017 6:1
  27. Mobile money has grown rapidly in the past few years. It has contributed to greater financial inclusion for the poor and unbanked, bringing millions of people into a formal financial system. Despite the increa...

    Authors: Fakir Md Yunus, Safayet Khan, Tanjilut Tasnuba, Paroma Afsara Husain and Amanda Joy Misiti
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2016 5:32
  28. Foreign firms in Kenya have played a major role in enhancing economic growth in the agriculture sector, especially in floriculture and horticulture. Over a long period of time, foreign direct investment (FDI) ...

    Authors: Hezron M. Osano and Pauline W. Koine
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2016 5:31
  29. In this paper, rather than consider how fabrication technologies and maker activities can be directly matched to existing standards or allow for more efficient content coverage, I position making as a network ...

    Authors: Nathan Holbert
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2016 5:30
  30. The present empirical study explores the effects of gender role and cultural identity (masculinity and femininity) in mens’ and womens’ business growth intentions in established firms. A questionnaire survey w...

    Authors: Leonidas A. Zampetakis, Maria Bakatsaki, Konstantinos Kafetsios and Vassilis S. Moustakis
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2016 5:29
  31. Habitual entrepreneurs are a frequent and important phenomenon in entrepreneurship and for the economy. We lack, however, a systematic understanding of the advantages or disadvantages of multiple business owne...

    Authors: Christian Lechner, Florian Kirschenhofer and Michael Dowling
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2016 5:28
  32. When confronted with new product development (NPD), managers generally adopt quick fixes such as benchmarking with competing products and then attempting incremental changes over the competitors’ product featu...

    Authors: Kaustubh Dhargalkar, Kasturi Shinde and Yoshita Arora
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2016 5:27
  33. The paper has twofold goals. The paper reviews the culture of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial competencies in Palestine. It is characterized by donor-supported and non-governmental-initiated trainings. Th...

    Authors: Labib Arafeh
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2016 5:26
  34. In recent decades, the rise of the entrepreneurial university and the need for commercialization of university knowledge has gained significant attention, thus posing major challenges for higher education inst...

    Authors: Sándor Huszár, Szabolcs Prónay and Norbert Buzás
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2016 5:25
  35. Innovation research has developed a broad set of methodological approaches in recent decades. In this paper, we propose laboratory experiments as a fruitful methodological addition to the existing methods in i...

    Authors: Julia Brüggemann and Kilian Bizer
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2016 5:24

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