Special Issue "Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2019
The research on innovation management and entrepreneurship proposes distinctive perspectives. Will be possible to find an explicit focus is on innovative entrepreneurial activity and especially on high growth innovative firms. But also we can see some research that emphasis the influence of public policies and local and regional environments and the conditions required to generate and support ambitious entrepreneurship and also interactions between framework conditions and local/regional geographical environments.
These several perspectives allows the inclusion of different topics, such as, ‘regional development and smart cities’, ‘innovation’, ‘cluster’ policies’, ‘technology transfer’, ‘business incubators’, ‘entrepreneurial universities’, ‘triple helix’, ‘academic spin-offs’, ‘creative territories’, ‘digital ecosystems’, ‘public policies and innovation’, ‘innovative firms’, ‘KIBS’, ‘high tech firms’, etc.
Several researchers worldwide have been studying the subjects of the entrepreneurship and innovation and contributions are multidisciplinary and diverse, as well as their topics of interest.
OBJECTIVE OF THE SPECIAL ISSUE:
The Special Issue Innovation management and entrepreneurship aims to create a space for reflection and discussion on topics of entrepreneurship and innovation management attending to the several perspectives on literature, but also empirical studies and case studies.
Topics to be discussed in this special issue include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Public policies to promote entrepreneurial ecosystems and innovation
- Regional development, smart cities and ICT
- Cluster’ policies and digital entrepreneurship
- Business incubators and e-incubation
- Entrepreneurial universities and eLearning
- Triple helix
- Academic spin-offs
- Creative territories
- Digital ecosystems
- Entrepreneurship, innovation and creation of regional value: Cases sectors / companies with regional impact - industry, services, agriculture - encompassed by level of technology, business size, industry structure, property type.
- Internationalization of entrepreneurial ecosystems
- Business Models
- E-Business Models
- Barriers and challenges of entrepreneurship and innovation
- Case studies on entrepreneurship and innovation
- Role of internet and other ICTs in entrepreneurship and innovation
- Other topics considered relevant
Prof. Luísa Cagica Carvalho
Prof. Maria José Madeira
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- Innovation management
- Entrepreneurial ecosystems