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Hulivahana Shivalinga, Bhavana (author)
The recent years have witnessed university business incubators being major contributors to regional development by supporting and nurturing academic spin-offs, and fostering innovation. However, with the academic spin-offs scaling up, they decide to exit the incubator and sometimes even migrate to another city or region. This study recognizes...
master thesis 2020
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Gupta, Rahul (author)
As our modern society keeps changing, the role of universities as a source of creating opportunities for academic entrepreneurs to transform their scientific knowledge into a viable business is becoming significantly important. Even though academic institutions and universities have played a big role in the transfer of knowledge into...
master thesis 2019
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Ugolini, Giacomo (author)
master thesis 2018
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Van der Duin, P.A. (author), Scholten, V.E. (author)
Responsible innovation (RI) among technology-based start-ups has received little attention, while these firms are known to operate on the edges of what is socially desirable or ethically acceptable. In this paper we develop a conceptual model that captures the RI practices among 61 academic spin-offs and investigate how it affects the capacity...
journal article 2015
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Beliokas, N. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Blik, T.G. (author)
Academic spin-off firms tend to grow slowly which decreases the effectiveness of policies enhancing the knowledge based economy. The average growth of the 105 academic spin-off firms in this research is 1.2 fte per year, however the median is only 0.4 fte per year. In order to increase the speed at which academic spin-off firms grow, insight in...
master thesis 2013
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Fadilah, H. (author)
Delft is known as a city of knowledge and technology in the Netherlands. The research institute TNO, the Technical University and also the business incubator in Delft are designated to encourage the rare creation of new economic activity. Academic spin off firms believed to be the new potential source of innovation leveraging the economic growth...
master thesis 2012
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Van Geenhuizen, M.S. (author), Soetanto, D.P. (author)
Support to enhance early growth of academic spin-off firms is at the core of many economic policies. Efficiency of this support has been recently questioned due to slow growth of spinoff firms in various European countries. However, despite many studies to improve support, there is virtually no empirical insight into resistance of obstacles that...
journal article 2009
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