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Entrepreneurial IHEs: A Framework to Stimulate I&E in Vulnerable Economies

Entrepreneurial IHEs: A Framework to Stimulate I&E in Vulnerable Economies
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Author(s): Alizabeth M. Sanchez-Lopez (Universidad del Turabo, Puerto Rico), Eileen Segarra-Almestica (University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico) and Jose M. Pérez-López (Universidad del Turabo, Puerto Rico)
Copyright: 2018
Pages: 21
Source title: Evolving Entrepreneurial Strategies for Self-Sustainability in Vulnerable American Communities
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Luis Javier Sanchez-Barrios (Universidad del Norte, Colombia) and Liyis Gomez-Nunez (Universidad del Norte, Colombia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2860-9.ch007

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Abstract

Drawing on extant theories of entrepreneurship at the individual, organizational, environmental level, as well as, processes, the chapter presents a framework to stimulate Innovation & Entrepreneurship (I&E) through Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs). The framework positions universities within an institutional environment that provides the cues for configuration of their resource base. Institutions of Higher Education must consider the multiple dimensions of entrepreneurship when organizing their resource base since configurations that support an entrepreneurial focus may inhibit another. Innovation and entrepreneurship outcomes will lead to regional development, and these two will create a new set of institutional conditions in the region. The framework in this chapter serves as blueprint, for researchers and practitioners, to examine the multiple factors, and the synergies among these, to spur regional development through universities and I&E.

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