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|Title:||The transformational impact of digital venture ecosystems on entrepreneurship in Europe|
Lopes, João M.
|Keywords:||Digital entrepreneurship ecosystem|
Total early-stage entrepreneurial activity
European Index of Digital Entrepreneurship Systems
|Citation:||Gomes, S., & Lopes, J. M. (2023). The transformational impact of digital venture ecosystems on entrepreneurship in Europe. In J. J. Ferreira, & P. J. Murphy (Eds.), Bleeding-Edge entrepreneurship: Digitalization, blockchains, space, the ocean, and artificial intelligence (Contemporary Issues in Entrepreneurship Research, vol. 16, pp. 91-116). Emerald Publishing Limited. https://doi.org/10.1108/S2040-724620230000016006. Repositório Institucional UPT. http://hdl.handle.net/11328/4643|
|Abstract:||The growing uses of digital technologies have been creating several new business opportunities. Recently, a new concept has emerged in the literature, the “digital entrepreneurship ecosystem” (DEE). However, it has been empirically understudied. Thus, this study aims to analyze the influence of DEE on entrepreneurial activity. The meta-organization theory was used as a perspective of analysis. A quantitative methodology was applied in a sample that includes data from 28 European countries through the generalized method of moments. It was concluded that the DEE pillars, informal and formal institutions, market conditions, physical infrastructure, human capital and talent and networking and support positively influence entrepreneurial activity. It was also found that the variables knowledge, creation and dissemination and finance have a negative impact on entrepreneurial activity. Several theoretical and empirical contributions are also left for the various stakeholders. The present study is original, as no known studies analyze the influence of DEE on entrepreneurial activity in European countries from the perspective of meta-organization theory.|
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