Zoltan Acs, University Professor, School of Public Policy
Entrepreneurship, Growth, and Public Policy (Edward Elgar Publishing, May 2008) synthesizes Acs’s key contributions to the field of entrepreneurship. This selection of papers represents three decades of research that have contributed to understanding the evolution from managerial capitalism to an entrepreneurial society.
Working at the inter-section of geography, innovation, and growth, these papers pave the way for the remodeling of economic society in the 21st century. One of the unique outcomes of this reconstruction of economic society is the need to focus attention on the links between entrepreneurship and philanthropy as the foundation of opportunity.