Source Definition
[b@90373] “dynamic, institutionally embedded interaction between entrepreneurial attitudes, ability, and aspirations, by individuals, which drives the allocation of resources through the creation and operation of new ventures.”
[b@90391] “[…] a diverse set of inter-dependent actors within a geographic region that influence the formation and eventual trajectory of the entire group of actors and potentially the economy as a whole [which] evolve through a set of interdependent components which interact to generate new venture creation over time”
[b@90403] “Entrepreneurship, to be self-sustaining, requires an ecosystem, and an ecosystem requires proximity so the different domains can evolve together and become mutually reinforcing. Entrepreneurship education can support capital formation, and capital formation can support government reform.”
[b@90425] “a set of interdependent actors and factors coordinated in such a way that they enable productive entrepreneurship.”