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Books About Government Entrepreneurship

Books about government entrepreneurship

  • February 10, 2018
  • Blog

There is little literature out there about government entrepreneurship, but what is there is pretty good. Here is a list of books we've found helpful in researching this topic. Let us know if you've got books to add to this…

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Public Entrepreneurship Defined

Public Entrepreneurship Defined

  • February 7, 2018
  • Blog

Harvard Professor Howard Stevenson studied and taught entrepreneurship at the Ivy league school for many years. Stevenson’s explanation of entrepreneurship as “ the pursuit of opportunity beyond resources controlled” is accepted as the gold standard definition. An article in Harvard…

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Meet Three Government Entrepreneurs

Meet three government entrepreneurs

  • February 4, 2018
  • Blog

Please allow me to introduce Dean Williams, from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Dean is a computer scientist who saw that climate data was being collected and analyzed in little pockets all over the place and that few people were sharing…

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Is “Government Entrepreneur” An Oxymoron?

Is “Government Entrepreneur” an Oxymoron?

  • February 1, 2018
  • Blog

When I teach my “Government Entrepreneur” class, I start by asking students to raise a hand if they think that the words ‘government’ and ‘entrepreneurship’ don’t belong together. It never fails that a few hands go up in the air.…

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