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In recent years, there has been a substantial rise in entrepreneurial initiatives in the public and nonprofit sectors. The Board on Science, Technology, and Economic Policy, in cooperation with Public Administration Review, the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University, and the American University Center for Innovation, is hosting a workshop on October 22 in the Lecture Room of the National Academy of Sciences Building discussing recent research on entrepreneurship in these sectors.




 Entrepreneurship in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors

 October 22, 2018

Lecture Room
National Academy of Sciences
2101 Constitution Avenue, NW

Washington, DC



Agenda




9:00-9:25
                     Coffee and pastries

9:25-9:30   
                  Introduction
                 
                  David M. Hart, George Mason University and Co-Chair, National Academies Innovation Policy Forum


9:30-9:50   
               Public Private Entrepreneurship in Israel
                 
               Yifat Alon Perel, Head of Trade and Economic Affairs, Embassy of Israel to the U.S.
                  
               (Introduced by Vaughan Turekian, Executive Director of the Policy and Global Affairs Division, National Academies)

9:50-9:55
                  Rationale for the PAR Symposium
                                 David Audretsch, Indiana University
                                 Donald Siegel, Arizona State University
                                 Siri Terjesen, American University and Norwegian School of Economics


9:55–10:35                “Academic Entrepreneurship, University Governance, and the Case of the Academic Enterprise Model”
                                 Derrick Anderson, Arizona State University*
                                 Michael Crow, Arizona State University
                                 Kyle Whitman, Arizona State University
                                
Discussant: Donald Siegel, Arizona State University

10:35–11:15              “Moving from Policy Ideas to Policy Impacts: What Does the Innovation Corps Model
                                  Offer Public Policy Education?”

                                 Jenny Knowles Morrison, The University of Texas at Austin*
                                 David Swindell, Arizona State University
                                 Kathryn Semcow, Independent Consultant
                                 William Brown, Texas A&M University
                                 Angela Evans, The University of Texas at Austin

                                 Mark Clayton Hand, The University of Texas at Austin

                                 Discussant: David Audretsch, Indiana University

11:15–11:30              Coffee Break

11:30–12:10             “A Viewpoint on Practical Research on Social Business Entrepreneurship”
                                 Sameeksha Desai, Kauffman Foundation*
                                 John E. Tyler III, Kauffman Foundation

                                 Discussant: Donald Siegel, Arizona State University

12:10–12:50             “Examining ‘Make or Buy’ Decisions for Creative Capacity: The Use of Entrepreneurial Freelancers
                                 by Nonprofit Arts Organizations”

                                 Joanna Woronkowicz, Indiana University*
                                 Douglas Noonan, Indiana University
                                 Kelly LeRoux, University of Illinois at Chicago

                                 Discussant: Siri Terjesen, American University and Norwegian School of Economics

12:50–1:50                Lunch

1:50–2:30                 “Microgravity Protein Crystallization for Drug Development: A Bold Example of
                                 Public Sector Entrepreneurship”

                                 Troy Scott, RTI
                                 Nicholas Vonortas, George Washington University*
(presenting remotely)
                                 Discussant: Christopher Hayter, Arizona State University

2:30–3:10                  “Broadening the Scope of Public Sector Entrepreneurship: Lessons Learned from Grand
                                  Challenge Programs”

                                 Christopher Hayter, Arizona State University*
                                 Al Link, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

                                 Discussant: William Bonvillian, MIT

3:10–3:50                  “Policy Design, and Achieving Social Outcomes: A Comparative Analysis of American, British, and
                                 Korean Social Enterprise Policy”

                                 Donwe Choi, Florida State University*
                                 Francis Berry, Florida State University

                                 Discussant: Jeremy Hall, University of Central Florida and Co-Editor, Public Administration Review

3:50–4:05                  Coffee Break

4:05–4:45                  “Corporatisation in the Public Sector: Explaining the Growth of Local Government
                                   Companies in England”

                                 Professor Rhys Andrews, Cardiff University*
                                 Professor Laurence Ferry, University of Durham
                                 Professor Chris Skelcher, University of Birmingham
                                 Mr. Piotr Wegorowski, Cardiff University

                                 Discussant: Siri Terjesen, American University and Norwegian School of Economics

4:45–5:00                  Closing Remarks
                                 Jeremy Hall, University of Central Florida and Co-Editor, Public Administration Review
                                 David Audretsch, Indiana University
                                 Donald Siegel, Arizona State University
                                 Siri Terjesen, American University
and Norwegian School of Economics

5:00                           Reception in the anteroom of the Lecture Room

* denotes presenter




 

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