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ISBN: 978-83-8211-142-2
e-ISBN: 978-83-8211-143-9
DOI: 10.18559/978-83-8211-143-9
Edition: I
Publication date: 2022
First publication date: 2022
Pages: 143
Print: paperback
Electronic version: pdf
Format: B5
License : open access

entrepreneurship, academia, commercialisation, COVID-19, business, science–business relations, job market
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monograph, economics,

Edited by
Hanna Nowak-Mizgalska, Aleksandra Szulczewska-Remi

Academic entrepreneurship in theory and practice

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For citation
Nowak-Mizgalska, H. and Szulczewska-Remi, A. (Eds.). (2022). Academic entrepreneurship in theory and practice. Poznań: Poznań University of Economics and Business Press. https://doi.org/10.18559/978-83-8211-143-9

With the increasing interest in academic entrepreneurship (AE), an interdisciplinary and multidimensional phenomenon, this book provides insights on the different aspects of the process, especially from the CEE countries. The topics cover include the theoretical issues related to defining and understanding AE as well as the empirical research featuring aspects of AE at the organizational levels of analysis that encourage the interchange of experiences from diverse institutional environments.

The audience for this book comprises researchers, policymakers and university students in the fields of management, strategy and entrepreneurship.


Part I Defining academic entrepreneurship

1. Advancements in conceptualisation and studies on academic entrepreneurship phenomenon (Hanna Nowak-Mizgalska)

2. Academic entrepreneurship as a process (Aleksandra Szulczewska-Remi)

Part II Academic entrepreneurship at PUEB

3. Development and commercialisation of an invention in the field of active packaging (Wojciech Kozak)

4. Academic entrepreneurial attitudes in the assessment of economic faculties students (Sebastian Narojczyk, Bartosz Marcinkowski)

5. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the prospect of starting own business among students of economic studies (Bartosz Marcinkowski, Sebastian Narojczyk)

Part III University–business relations and data scientist analysis

6. Utilising science–business relations in dissertations developed at universities (Jan Fazlagić, Arif Erkol)

7. Who really is a data scientist? Analysis of requirements for data centred roles job market and their future (Piotr Kałużny, Klaudia Karpińska, Łukasz Krawiec)

Final remarks

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