Entrepreneurship and regional development can be addressed from many different angles: clusters, creativity and human capital. Professor Acs, a distinguished researcher in this field, approaches this debate through techlogy. Techlogical change can be regarded as the most important factor in long-run macroecomic growth. It has been argued in new growth theory that the techlogical element of the growth process results from the profit-motivated choices of ecomic agents. This important volume makes an essential contribution to this debate by presenting an authoritative selection of the most significant published work on entrepreneurship and regional ecomic growth.
Edited by Zoltan J. Acs, Professor, London School of Economics and Political Science and University Professor, School of Policy, Government and International Affairs, George Mason University, US
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Date of Publication
Management & Business: General
The International Library of Entrepreneurship Series