OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Working Papers

ISSN :
2079-4797 (en ligne)
DOI :
10.1787/20794797
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A series of working papers from the OECD Local Economic and Employment Development (LEED) Programme. The LEED Programme identifies, analyses and disseminates innovative ideas for local development, governance and the social economy. Governments work with the LEED Programme to generate innovative guidance on policies to support employment creation and economic development through locally based initiatives.
 

From Strategy to Practice in University Entrepreneurship Support

Strengthening Entrepreneurship and Local Economic Development in Eastern Germany: Youth, Entrepreneurship and Innovation You or your institution have access to this content

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Auteur(s):
Andrea-Rosalinde Hofer1, Jonathan Potter1, Alain Fayolle2, Magnus Gulbrandsen3, Paul Hannon4, Rebecca Harding5, Åsa Lindholm Dahlstrand6, Phillip H. Phan7
Author Affiliations
  • 1: OCDE, France

  • 2: EM Lyon Business School, France

  • 3: Norwegian Institute for Studies in Innovation, Norvège

  • 4: National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship, Royaume-Uni

  • 5: Delta Economics Ltd., Royaume-Uni

  • 6: Halmstad University and Chalmers University, Suède

  • 7: Université Johns-Hopkins, États-Unis

Date de publication
01 sep 2010
Bibliographic information
No:
2010/09
Pages
76
DOI
10.1787/5km7rq1xvnxp-en

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This report brings together findings from the case studies in Berlin and Rostock on how entrepreneurship support is organised, the activities in entrepreneurship education and start-up support, and the strategy behind. In addition, the report provides in its "fishing ideas from international good practice" section 13 short descriptions of how places and universities collaborate elsewhere in mobilising their talents for entrepreneurial action. These short case studies are intended to provide inspiration for both policy and local action on the key issues in making places conducive to entrepreneurship and innovation, in entrepreneurship education, and in making university entrepreneurship support systems work.