Readership: Researchers and students in developmental economics
David B. Audretsch, Director of the Entrepreneurship, Growth and Public Policy Division at the Max Planck Institute of Economics and Ameritech Chair of Economic Development, Indiana University
"The Entrepreneurial Society is a guided tour of economic opportunity by a man who knows equally well the languages of businesses and universities, Europe and the United States, history and politics, Bob Dylan and the literature of technical economics. David Audretsch has something interesting to say about all of it." - David Warsh, author, Knowledge and the Wealth Of Nations: A Story of Economic Discovery and editor, economicprincipals.com
"With insight and clarity, Audretsch describes the sweeping transformation of the American economy over the past two decades. Adroitly weaving together social, economic, and cultural changes, he chronicles the demise of the bureaucratic 'managed' economy. The dawn of the entrepreneurial
society' in its place carries far-reaching consequences, and Audretsch's book serves as an important guide to exploring them."" - Carl J. Schramm, President and CEO, The Kauffman Foundation
1: The Times They Are A-Changin'
2: It Dont Mean a Thing, if it Aint Got That...
3: When Father Knew Best
4: The Deluge
5: Brains not Brawn
6: The Wall
7: The Road Less Traveled
8: Not Your Fathers University
9: Wont Get Fooled Again?