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Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Technological Change


  • Albert N. Link


This report offers a primer on the complicated relationship among three key components of the economic development process. Readers will benefit from the expansive definition of the term "entrepreneurship."

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  • Albert N. Link, 2007. "Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Technological Change," Technical Reports 070716, Brandmeyer Center for Applied Economics, School of Business, University of Kansas.
  • Handle: RePEc:bks:tchrpt:070716

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