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I contest universitari in europa. Una comparazione e una proposta tipologica
Titolo Rivista: ECONOMIA E SOCIETÀ REGIONALE  
Autori/Curatori: Chiara Bonomo, Guido Bortoluzzi, Stephen Mbieke Ndula 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2018 Fascicolo: Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  14 P. 28-41 Dimensione file:  444 KB
DOI:  10.3280/ES2018-003003
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Non esiste praticamente università o ente di ricerca che non organizzi una qualche competizione di idee o tra business plan. Questo articolo mette in luce, da un lato, l’ampia varietà tipologica presente nel contesto europeo per questo tipo di competizioni. Dall’altro lato, il lavoro si propone di identificare una tipologia universale di tali contest. Ciò sia al fine di consentire una migliore classificazione, e pertanto studio, di questi contest che, nonostante etichette simili, possono avere contenuti molto diversi. Sia al fine di permettere alle università, agli enti di ricerca e, più in generale, agli enti organizzatori di migliorare il livello di coerenza tra gli obiettivi impliciti (ed espliciti) di tali competizioni e la loro organizzazione interna (ed esterna).


Keywords: Business plan competition, università, concorso di idee, spin-off, start-up, educazione all’imprenditorialità

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Chiara Bonomo, Guido Bortoluzzi, Stephen Mbieke Ndula, in "ECONOMIA E SOCIETÀ REGIONALE " 3/2018, pp. 28-41, DOI:10.3280/ES2018-003003

   

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