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Universities are traditionally seen as producers of knowledge, capabilities and skills. What is their development contribution? If knowledge and competencies do not on their own contribute to development, how universities can become agents of development, and how can they contribute to an eradication of poverty and to an enlightment of ordinary people and decision-makers? There is not automatism at work. Look at the middle ages in Europe. Wonderful universities. Stagnant economy. Look at universities in Africa, in some Near-eastern countries.
Difficulties researchers/teachers are facing in undertaking entrepreneurial initiatives; • ethical problems in bridging the gap; • capabilities needed to overcome the gap and the ways and means to acquire (entrepreneurial) competencies. There is one big difference between so-called developed countries and the developing world concerning the knowing-doing gap, and this difference may handicap those of us trained in a country like Germany. Without strong and vital entrepreneurship there is no economic hope for developing countries.