This working paper is intended to provide an overview of the key concepts associated with an entrepreneurial-university ecosystem. It also briefly discusses the entrepreneurial-university ecosystem around London (UK) and potential data sources to analyse such an ecosystem. The main research method used for the working paper is a simplified form of literature review aimed at quickly understanding the concepts at a high-level. The intended audience is those interested in: a) how universities can function entrepreneurially and b) getting an overview of the relevant literature.
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