A Theory of Local Entrepreneurship in the Knowledge Economy
The principal audience for this book seems to be deliberately and most certainly an academic one; that said, those practitioners from a business management or central/local government support-agency background might also find the text a useful resource.
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regional and local disparities
The Main Actors Entrepreneurs Organizations and Milieux Their Capacity to Develop Knowledge
informationgathering strategies used by small businesses
the key to creating a distinct local identity
The Factors Information Networks and Innovation Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Entrepreneurship
the first necessary condition for reducing uncertainty and ambiguity
a second necessary condition the sharing of information leading to innovation
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