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Title: The intellectual entrepreneur - Vision or fiction
Authors: Mavridis, Dimitrios G. 
Keywords: Επιχειρηματικότητα;Entrepreneurship
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: The recently "produced" entrepreneurial discussion let us believe that everything human beings are doing can be apostrophed as "entrepreneur". We know already a capitalistic entrepreneur, a policy entrepreneur, a social entrepreneur, a knowledge entrepreneur, an intellectual entrepreneur and the "to be continued" entrepreneur. It is almost a world full of entrepreneurs, an entrepreneurial paradise on earth offered at discount prices. And the "non-plus-ultra" is that this takes place midst in an uprising world crisis. Is this entrepreneurial phenomenon a possible explanation for an entrepreneurial euphoria or for an entrepreneurial phobia? Are we running behind a true vision or are we dazzled by a (science) fiction? Historically the classic entrepreneurial paradigma presupposes alertnessand exploitation of exogenous termed opportunities as common to all economic agents in the market place. In fact it is commonly known that in the recent days the traditional entrepreneurial paradigma undertakes among researchers and practitioners a shifting from the more classical to a more knowledge (intellectual capital) based paradigma. This shifting is addressing as a more "do it smart" and less as a "do it hard" business philosophy. It is obviously a shifting from plutocratic concept of possessing to a gnosiocratic human determined value added growth model, whereby intellective (episteme) and agentive (techne) entrepreneurial elements confound the new potential for the firm's source of competitive edge. Through the above mentioned syncrasis of human centered cognitive elements (intellective and agentive) the entrepreneurial corporate becomes a non-imitational, learning (perceptive), adaptive (modulating), creative (demodulating) and cooperative (transferring) ^intellectual entrepreneur». In this way the entrepreneurial syncrasis of the firm's tangible resources like physical, technological and financial capital with the firm's intangible (Learning Capital- LC, Modulation Capital - MC, Demodulation Capital - DC, Transfer Capital - TC) resources, the intellectual entrepreneurial capital (IEC), "produces" not just tangible products but endogenous determined teleological-intellective-agentive entrepreneurial competence and expertise system, which leaves its "fingerprints" into the firm's "intellectual statements".
ISBN: 978-960-86583-7-0
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