Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Evolving Economies: The Role of Law

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Megan M. Carpenter
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Law - 258 pages
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The very foundation of the economy is changing. Across the United States, primary and secondary sector industries are no longer as viable as they once were _ because the particular businesses are no longer profitable, because the underlying resources are
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 State legislative efforts to improve access to venture capital
6
toward a public policy that supports new venture formation
27
4 Transforming professional services to build regional innovation ecosystems
48
5 The strategic lawyer
63
6 A social justice perspective on intellectual property innovationand entrepreneurship
78
Pittsburgh then and now
111
a case study
156
9 The role and impact of clinical programs on entrepreneurship and economic growth
168
10 The rule of law privatization and the promise of transborder licensing
198
an unexpected journey into entrepreneurship
224
Index
247
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