Search for dissertations about: "Entreprenörskap"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 122 swedish dissertations containing the word Entreprenörskap.

  1. 1. Resource acquisition and the complexity of social capital : Perspectives from women entrepreneurs in Tanzania and Pakistan

    Author : Marta Lindvert; Håkan Boter; Darush Yazdanfar; Joakim Wincent; Ulla Hytti; Mittuniversitetet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; entrepreneurship; women entrepreneurs; financing; resource acquisition; social capital; context; developing countries; Tanzania; Pakistan; mixed methods research; entreprenörskap; kvinnors entreprenörskap; finansiering; resursanskaffande; socialt kapital; kontext; utvecklingsländer; Tanzania; Pakistan; flermetodsforskning;

    Abstract : Women entrepreneurs all over the world contribute significantly to innovation, employment opportunities and wealth creation in their respective economies. Despite their importance as drivers of development, there is a lack of research on preconditions for women’s entrepreneurship. READ MORE

  2. 2. Infinitely Demanding Entrepreneurship

    Author : Mathias Karlsson; Martyna Sliwa; Linnéuniversitetet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; entrepreneurial practices; social change; ethics; politics; infinitely demanding; autonomous spaces; responsibility; faithless faith; humour; ethnography; Simon Critchley; philosophy; entrepreneurship; sustainability; entreprenörskap; samhällsförändring; etik; politik; oändligt krävande; autonoma utrymmen; ansvar; trolös tro; humor; etnografi; Simon Critchley; filosofi; hållbarhet; Ledarskap; entreprenörskap och organisation; Ledarskap; entreprenörskap och organisation;

    Abstract : In both the study and the practice of entrepreneurship, the phenomenon of entrepreneurship is recurrently put forward as a key, or even the key, to resolving many of today’s social, ecological, and economic challenges. However, research shows that entrepreneurs who pursue social change risk overlooking or excluding certain worldviews, values, and ways of living. READ MORE

  3. 3. Doctoral education in the entrepreneurial university : enhanced employability?

    Author : Eloïse Germain-Alamartine; Magnus Klofsten; Dzamila Bienkowska; Peter Van der Sijde; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Entrepreneurial university; Doctoral education; Job mismatches; Regional development; Entrepreneurship; Non-academic careers; Employability; Entreprenöriella universitet; Doktorsexamen; Matchning på arbetsmarknaden; Regional utveckling; Entreprenörskap; Icke-akademisk karriär; Anställningsbarhet;

    Abstract : This dissertation explores the issue of employability of doctorate holders through the theoretical lens of the model of the entrepreneurial university. It starts from the observation that there is a bottleneck in the academic labour market in many countries, making it increasingly difficult for recent doctoral graduates to engage in an academic career. READ MORE

  4. 4. Publicly Funded Support of Technology-Based Ventures

    Author : Charlotte Norrman; Magnus Klofsten; Anna Bergek; Lars Bengtsson; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; Public support; Technology-based ventures; financial scheme; incubator; entrepreneurship; innovation system; offentligt stöd; teknikbaserade företag; finansiella stödsystem; inkubator; entreprenörskap; innovationssystem; Business and economics; Ekonomi;

    Abstract : This thesis is about publicly funded support of technology-based ventures. These ventures are regarded as solutions to create growth and societal development. They are commonly originated from universities, institutes or other firms and their products or techniques are commonly new or at least different from the ordinary. READ MORE

  5. 5. Change in the Pharmaceutical Industry : Aspects on Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Openness, and Decision Making

    Author : Thomas Hedner; Magnus Klofsten; Johan Braet; Mirjam Knockaert; Linköpings universitet; []
    Keywords : ; Pharmaceutical industry; Big Pharma; life sciences; drug discovery; drug development; business model; innovation; closed innovation; open innovation; entrepreneurship; intellectual property; multiple stakeholders; decision making; judgment; uncertainty; go no-go; go no-go recycle; company; SME.; Läkemedelsindustri; Big Pharma; biovetenskap; läkemedelsutveckling; utveckling av läkemedel; FoU; affärsmodell; innovation; stängd innovation; öppen innovation; entreprenörskap; immaterialrätt; beslutsfattande; osäkerhet; go no-go; go no-go recycle; företag; små och medelstora företag;

    Abstract : Over the past century, the pharmaceutical industry has been a major contributor of individual and population health and societal wealth. Its products and services have contributed to longevity of large groups of patients and symptom relief from major diseases. READ MORE