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  1. Cultural evolution is a long-term endogenous process which is revealed in society’s cultural traits and it is embodied in institutional characteristics (property rights protection, rule of law, etc.) and trans...

    Authors: Panagiotis E Petrakis and Pantelis C Kostis
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2014 3:11
  2. Arts, democracy, and innovation co-evolve. While for the Triple Helix model the existence of a democracy is not necessary for knowledge production and innovation, the Quadruple Helix is here more explicit. The...

    Authors: Elias G Carayannis and David FJ Campbell
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2014 3:12
  3. This paper gives a comprehensive overview of the commonly used terms jugaad, frugal innovation, frugal engineering, constraint-based innovation, Gandhian innovation, catalytic innovation, grassroots innovation, i...

    Authors: Alexander Brem and Pierre Wolfram
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2014 3:9
  4. This research presents an examination of familial influence on strategic entrepreneurial behaviors within a transitional economic context. Utilizing a large sample of women-led family businesses, the study inv...

    Authors: Lisa K Gundry, Jill R Kickul, Tatiana Iakovleva and Alan L Carsrud
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2014 3:8
  5. Avant-garde literature may influence the evolution of social attitudes and meanings. Women purchase the bulk of literary fiction products in the USA and may thereby play a hitherto undescribed role in business...

    Authors: Desmond D Mascarenhas and Sally Vander Veer
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2014 3:7
  6. Microfinance is the provision of financial services to the financially excluded, usually the poor. We use literature reviews and descriptive research to present different aspects of the relationship of the mic...

    Authors: Arvind Ashta, Mawuli Couchoro and Abu Saleh Mohammad Musa
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2014 3:4
  7. The fact that there are major differences between one incubator and another has resulted in many authors working on multiple typologies. Although these typologies are relatively common in the literature, they ...

    Authors: Chaffik Bakkali, Karim Messeghem and Sylvie Sammut
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2014 3:3
  8. The aim of this conceptual paper is to study the origin of the entrepreneur's function. We examine the construction of the entrepreneur's ‘resource potential’ (the set of knowledge, relations and financial res...

    Authors: Dimitri Uzunidis, Sophie Boutillier and Blandine Laperche
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2014 3:1
  9. The paper examines family business foundations as connectors between the firm and the family from which they originate, adopting a coevolution approach that considers family and business as two subsystems which c...

    Authors: Carmela Elita Schillaci, Marco Romano and Melita Nicotra
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:22
  10. Prior to being a simple concept, the entrepreneurial failure is a multidimensional phenomenon. To contribute to its comprehension, this paper proposes to develop a synthetic vision of failure in order to escap...

    Authors: Nadine Levratto
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:20
  11. In recent years, the increase in competitiveness, as a result of the economic globalization and crisis, has caused the bankruptcy of many Italian small family businesses working in traditional industries. Mean...

    Authors: Francesco Campanella, Manlio Del Giudice and Maria Rosaria Della Peruta
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:18
  12. A relationship between banks and firms that emphasizes the qualitative aspects of the enterprises may represent a response to the increasing difficulties of the credit system in financing a business system in ...

    Authors: Francesco Campanella, Manlio Del Giudice and Maria Rosaria Della Peruta
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:17
  13. Regional development must heavily rely on innovation in order to be competitive and improve the standard of living of its citizens. However, regional policies regarding innovation is often limited by decelerat...

    Authors: Yiannis Nikolaidis, Konstantinos Fouskas and Elias G Carayannis
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:16
  14. Enterprise growth has been studied by researchers for many years. Different terms have been used by different authors to define the stages of an enterprise growth, but the events through which each enterprise ...

    Authors: Priya Dhamija Gupta, Samapti Guha and Shiva Subramanian Krishnaswami
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:15
  15. This study seeks to examine the relationship between innovation and knowledge in family versus non-family businesses with regard to performance. Data from 430 small and medium-sized enterprises were analyzed t...

    Authors: David P Price, Michael Stoica and Robert J Boncella
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:14
  16. Spin-offs refer to the creation of new firms by employees breaking off from existing firms to give birth to companies of their own. However, this phenomenon has not been predominantly observed in the context o...

    Authors: Manlio Del Giudice, Maria Rosaria Della Peruta and Vincenzo Maggioni
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:12
  17. The only thing certain in economic life is that most of it is conducted into an uncertain environment; that raises a question though: what makes individuals pursue entrepreneurship which engages too much risk ...

    Authors: Ioannis S Salamouris
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:8
  18. Economy, business, and entrepreneurship are related to the world of men. Home, nurturing, and the family belong to women's world, so the story goes. On the other hand, family entrepreneurship and its outcome, ...

    Authors: Kyriakos Lingas
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:4
  19. Diverse and complex challenges in new venture formation demand rare and exceptional entrepreneurial acumen, particularly in technology-driven environments where disrupted markets amplify the factors and magnit...

    Authors: Elias G Carayannis and McDonald R Stewart
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2013 2:2
  20. Is it possible to control and optimize technology transfer process? Engineers and quality practitioners are often faced with the problem of determining the optimal choice of key...

    Authors: Stefano De Falco
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2012 1:6

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  21. Small firms are important to all economies. This is especially true with the rise of the information and communication technologies (ICTs), as the technical characteristics of information goods lower entry bar...

    Authors: Vigneswara P Ilavarasan and Balaji Parthasarathy
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2012 1:4
  22. This article reflects the main findings of the ‘White Paper on opportunities and challenges in view of enhancing the EU cooperation with Eastern Europe, Central Asia and South Caucasus in Science, Research and...

    Authors: Klaus Schuch, George Bonas and Jörn Sonnenburg
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2012 1:3
  23. The Triple Helix innovation model focuses on university-industry-government relations. The Quadruple Helix embeds the Triple Helix by adding as a fourth helix the ‘media-based and culture-based public’ and ‘ci...

    Authors: Elias G Carayannis, Thorsten D Barth and David FJ Campbell
    Citation: Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship 2012 1:2

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