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Author: Mark Dodgson, Professor of Innovation Studies, The University of Queensland & David Gann, Professor of Technology and Innovation Management, Imperial College
- Entrepreneurship can provide a greater range of options, as well as speed and agility, to a world adapting to the aftermath of COVID-19;
- Universities provide research, resources, incentives and policies to support entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship;
- Education and training in entrepreneurship offered by universities will need to scale and adjust to the new demands of the Great Reset.
Rightly lauded for its contributions to the fight against COVID-19, university-supported, science-based entrepreneurship must also be part of the vanguard of the global response to the pandemic. Through their…