Innovation and Entrepreneurship: A Growth Model for Europe Beyond the Crisis

Overview:

To increase productivity and create value, businesses and companies need to innovate.
But how is innovation created? And how can entire regions, countries, and continents innovate in a fast changing world where the old economies have broken down?

Dr. Daria Tataj proposes a replicable model for innovation based on a concept of an entrepreneurship-driven Knowledge Triangle: a coordinated network of research institutes, universities and businesses.

Analyzing networking innovation models in Europe, the United States, and China, Innovation and Entrepreneurship is the first comprehensive attempt to explain a new model of collaborative networks designed to boost growth in Europe.

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„Fascinating to see that the early learnings of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) now hit the public in a book that is the most comprehensive and understandable description of the role of (networked) entrepreneurship in the Knowledge Triangle. Following the author, I sincerely hope that in Education, in Business firms and in Research Institutes, Innovation in Europe returns to its entrepreneurial roots in search of new prosperity.”
Professor Martin Schuurmans
Founding Chairman of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, former Vice President of Philips
“In an increasingly research and technology rich world, Daria Tataj explores the growing importance of ‘technology push’ – in place of demand pull – in driving innovation and growth. She identifies the critical role of the entrepreneur as the integrator of the innovation process from idea to funding to market. Based on extensive research, this book will help shape policy and thinking for a new model of innovation-driven economic growth.”
Professor Dame Julia King
Vice Chancellor, Aston University, Birmingham”