Handbook of Research on Techno-entrepreneurship
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 335 pages
Boasting rich conceptual and empirical contributions by leading international specialists, this highly original Handbook will prove an invaluable tool in advancing our understanding of the theory and practice of research in this emerging area.
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A model of technological entrepreneurship
Exchange relationships in technoentrepreneurship research toward a multitheoretic integrative view
ST commercialization strategies and practices
From the exploration of new possibilities to the exploitation of recently developed competencies evidence from five ventures developing newtothew...
Fostering entrepreneurial firms recognizing and adapting radical innovation through corporate venture capital investments
Mentoring of Malaysian hightech entrepreneurs in their preseeding phase
The size and the characteristics of the hightech spinoff phenomenon in Sophia Antipolis
INDUSTRY SPECIFICS EENTREPRENEURSHIP
What is eentrepreneurship? Fundamentals of company founding in the net economy
Exploring the sociodemographic characteristics of the eentrepreneur an empirical study of Spanish ventures
Virtual alliances as coordination and influence mechanisms in the Internet context evidence from a crosssection of Internetbased firms
INDUSTRY SPECIFICS BIOTECHNOLOGIES
The St Louis BioBeltcentre for plant and life sciences a triumph of converging individual efforts
Small businesses for high targets strategies in industrially exploiting the DNARNA biomechanisms
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