Transnational Entrepreneurship, Business Development and the State
In ancient time as well as in the contemporary world the transnational entrepreneurship has been a product of intelligent design, often facilitated or directly involving the state. The aim of this research is to investigate the role of the state in facilitating and utilising the transnational entrepreneurship, offering educational purpose, as well as creating inspirations to enhance policies towards transnational entrepreneurship, nonetheless targeting to exchange students whom can be seen as a group possessing tremendous potentials to develop and get involved in transnational entrepreneurial activities. This study will further on the basis of empirical investigations and identification of best practices developme theories that can inspire to policy improvements.
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CICALICS Workshop 2011: Innovation Systems in Transformation of Economic Development Pattern