Philip H. Phan, Philip Phan
IAP, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 266 pages
A discussion of technology and entrepreneurship. The papers are divided into three sections which focus on: the context of technological entrepreneurship; venture capital in technological entrepreneurship; and case studies in technological entrepreneurship - managing in turbulent environments.
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CHAPTER 3 BEYOND THE BOUNDARYLESS ORGANIZATION The Value of ECommerce Technologies in Entrepreneurship Behavior Lisa K Gu...
CHAPTER 4 TERTIARY EDUCATION AND ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTIONS Clement K Wang Poh Kam Wong and Qing Lu
CHAPTER 5 REGIONAL INNOVATION RESOURCES FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT Gregory Theyel
GOVERNANCE IN TURBULENT ENVIRONMENTS
A Queuing Network Model Dean A Shepherd Michael J Armstrong and Moren Levesque
CHAPTER 7 VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS AND THE MONITORING OF ENTREPRENEURIAL FIRMS The Case of Japan Toru Yoshikawa
MONITORING HIGH TECH ENTREPRENEURSHIP The Case of India Mike Wright Sarika Pruthi and Andy Lockett
MANAGING IN TURBULENT ENVIRONMENTS
CHAPTER 9 CRITICAL INCIDENTS IN HIGHTECH STARTUPS A Singapore Study Maw Der Foo and Hwee Hoon Tan
CHAPTER 10 A PROCESS STUDY OF NEW VENTURE CREATION AT AN INTERNET STARTUP COMPANY Rueylin Hsiao and CheeLeong Ch...
CHAPTER 11 FROM FLYPAPER TO GLOBALIZATION Zobele Chemical Industries 19192001 Pier A Abetti
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
activities analysis attitudes behavior business model Business Venturing competitive advantage corporate creative creative destruction critical incidents customers disruptive technologies domestic venture capital dotcom e-commerce economic educational effect electronic commerce employees Enrico entrepre entrepreneurial firms entrepreneurial intentions entrepreneurs entrepreneurship environment environmental management equity factors firm's firms in India focus foreign venture capital framework funds global growth high-tech important improve independent VC innovation International Internet Internet telephony investment managers investors issues Journal of Business Luigi major managerial MediaRing MediaRing's ment monitoring operational opportunities organizational organizations performance POLC portfolio firms post-investment problems regional relationships revenue role sample self-efficacy significant Singapore stage start-ups Strategic Management strategy success suppliers Table theory tion Trento ture University users value chain variables VC firms VC process venture capital firms venture capitalists venture creation Zobele Chemical Industries