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Commercial Entrepreneurship (931 Books)


Commercial entrepreneurship is the study of the entrepreneur and entrepreneurship within the economy. The accumulation of factors of production per se does not explain economic development. They are necessary inputs in production, but they are not sufficient for economic growth.

 
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New Business Opportunities for Recycable Materials - a Workshop Guide

By: Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy: Waste Reduction
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New Business Speller

By: Miller, Charles Montgomery, 1863-
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New Business Speller

By: Miller, Charles Montgomery, 1863-
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Flymo/Computerstream : Adobe Acrobat Creates Beacon for Flymo's Co...

By: Adobe Systems
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The National Center for Toxicogenomics : Using New Technologies to...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: The science of toxicology has evolved from the empirical codification of dose-related effects to studies directed toward understanding the mechanisms by which individual agents cause their effects in humans. Due to technical limitations, this evolution has been relatively slow, being accomplished one chemical or one effect at a time. To prospectively use the understanding gained on the mode of action of a single chemical, it is also necessary to know about struc...

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Small Business Innovation Research (Sbir) and Small Business Techn...

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: Some NIH Institutes/Centers (ICs) now offer Phase II SBIR/STTR awardees the opportunity to apply for a competing continuation Phase II award. Some ICs previously announced this opportunity through the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts, and some are using this Omnibus SBIR/STTR Grant Solicitation. Only those small business concerns that have been awarded a Phase II are eligible to apply for a competing continuation Phase II award. Moreover, this opportunity is o...

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New Technologies in Support of Nonproliferation

Excerpt: For many years Los Alamos National Laboratory has had an active arms-control program with two main goals: to provide technology for verifying compliance with arms-control treaties, generally bilateral, and to support international activities in nuclear-materials control. But the world of the 1990s demands a considerable broadening of this charter. Technologies are needed for the deterrence and detection of worldwide tendencies toward the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

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Small Business Innovation Research (Sbir) -- Phase II Grant Genera...

Excerpt: The grant letter specifies a pre-determined fixed amount of NSF support for the project described in the referenced grant proposal. NSF anticipates that the full award amount will be paid without regard to the actual cost subsequently incurred. However, payment of this amount is subject to compliance with the award terms and conditions, including Article 6, Grant Reporting Requirements, Article 7, Payments, Article 17, Price Reduction for Defective Cost or Prici...

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Perspectives on Faas Efforts to Develop New Technology

By: Gerald L. Dillingham

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: We appreciate the opportunity today to discuss the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) research, development, and modernization initiatives. FAA conducts a wide range of research to ensure the safety, security, and efficiency of the U.S. aviation system.

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Intellectual Property Federal Agency Efforts in Transferring and R...

By: General Accounting Office

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: Results in Brief 3 Background 5 Federal Technology Transfer Programs Vary in Design, Approach, and Output 9 Agencies Did Not Fully Comply with the Reporting Requirements of the Technology Transfer Commercialization Act of 2000 23 Agency Actions to Improve Contractor and Grantee Reporting under the Bayh-Dole Act Do Not Address Underlying Causes of Noncompliance 29 Conclusions 34 Recommendations for Executive Action 34 Agency Comments and Our Evaluation 35 Appendi...

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Defense Technology Development Management Process Can Be Strengthe...

By: Duncan L. Hunter

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: The ability to spur and leverage technological advances is vital to sustaining DOD?s ability to maintain its superiority over others and to improve and even transform how military operations are conducted. The three new transition programs we reviewed are all appropriately targeted on what has been a critical problem in this regard-quickly moving promising technologies from the laboratory and commercial environment into actual use. Moreover, by tailoring process...

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Management Process Can Bestrengthened for New Technology Transitio...

By: General Accounting Office

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: The ability to spur and leverage technological advances is vital to sustaining DOD?s ability to maintain its superiority over others and to improve and even transform how military operations are conducted. The three new transition programs we reviewed are all appropriately targeted on what has been a critical problem in this regard-quickly moving promising technologies from the laboratory and commercial environment into actual use. Moreover, by tailoring process...

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Observations on the Small Business Innovation Research Program

By: Nu K. Mittal

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: Between July 1985 and June 1999, GAO reviewed, reported, and testified on the SBIR program many times at the request of the Congress. While GAO?s work focused on many different aspects of the program, it generally found that SBIR is achieving its goals to enhance the role of small businesses in federal R&D, stimulate commercialization of research results, and support the participation of small businesses owned by women and/or disadvantaged persons. Participating...

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Observations on the Small Business Innovation Research Program

By: General Accounting Office

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: Between July 1985 and June 1999, GAO reviewed, reported, and testified on the SBIR program many times at the request of the Congress. While GAO?s work focused on many different aspects of the program, it generally found that SBIR is achieving its goals to enhance the role of small businesses in federal R&D, stimulate commercialization of research results, and support the participation of small businesses owned by women and/or disadvantaged persons. Participating...

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Opinion of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technol...

By: Peter Whittaker

Having regard to the Treaty on European Union as amended by the Treaty of Nice, and in particular Article 6 of the common provisions, concerning the respect for fundamental rights; Having regard to the EC Treaty and in particular Article 137 concerning the working conditions and health and safety at work; Having regard to the Charter on Fundamental Rights of the European Union, approved by the European Council in Biarritz on October 14th 2000 and proclaimed solemny in Ni...

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The National Center for Toxicogenomics : Using New Technologies to...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

The science of toxicology has evolved from the empirical codification of dose-related effects to studies directed toward understanding the mechanisms by which individual agents cause their effects in humans. Due to technical limitations, this evolution has been relatively slow, being accomplished one chemical or one effect at a time. To prospectively use the understanding gained on the mode of action of a single chemical, it is also necessary to know about structurally a...

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The National Center for Toxicogenomics : Using New Technologies to...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

The science of toxicology has evolved from the empirical codification of dose-related effects to studies directed toward understanding the mechanisms by which individual agents cause their effects in humans. Due to technical limitations, this evolution has been relatively slow, being accomplished one chemical or one effect at a time. To prospectively use the understanding gained on the mode of action of a single chemical, it is also necessary to know about structurally a...

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Small Business Innovation Research (Sbir) and Small Business Techn...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

PAPERWORK BURDEN An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information unless such collection displays a valid OMB control number. The PHS estimates that it will take approximately 40 hours to complete this application for a regular research project grant. This estimate does not include time for development of the scientific plan. Items such as Human Subjects and Vertebrate Animals are cleared and accounted for sepa...

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Proceedings : New Technology for Ground Control in Retreat Mining

By: Christopher Mark; Ph. D.; Anthony T. Iannacchione; Ph. D.

ABSTRACT: Thik proceedings volurnc: contains pspcrs presented at technology transfer =seminars sponsored by the National Ilstitutefo r Occupational Safety and Hlalth (NIOSH) un New TKhntl(gyf ur Chund Control in Reba1 Minlng. The scminars wcrc conducted at five locations: Uniontown, PA (March 26. 1Y97), Norton, VA (April 8, 1997), Pikeville. KY (April 10, 1997), Chxlcston, W T (April 17, 1997), and Evansrilla, IN (April 22, 1997)...

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Small Business Innovation Research (Sbir) and Small Business Techn...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

PAPERWORK BURDEN: An agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information unless such collection displays a valid OMB control number. The PHS estimates that it will take approximately 40 hours to complete this application for a regular research project grant. This estimate does not include time for development of the scientific plan. Items such as Human Subjects and Vertebrate Animals are cleared and accounted for sep...

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