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The Resource New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium, (electronic book)

New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium, (electronic book)

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New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium
Title
New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium
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Language
eng
Summary
The papers in this volume address key themes relating to improving our understanding of the processes involved in high-technology entrepreneurship and of the design of effective policy to promote it. Topics examined include start-ups, entrepreneurship clusters, inter-firm collaboration, and growth strategy for high-technology small firms
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MiAaPQ
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Groen, Aard
Dewey number
300.723
LC call number
HB615-715
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Cook, Gary
Series statement
New Technology-based Firms in the New Millennium
Series volume
v.11
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  • High technology industries
  • Information technology -- Economic aspects
  • New business enterprises
  • Stress management
Label
New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium, (electronic book)
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Publication
Copyright
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online resource
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cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover -- New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium Volume XI -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- The Chapters -- Part I: Internationalisation -- Chapter 2 Managerial Mindset and the Born Global Firm -- Introduction -- Internationalization, Entrepreneurial Mindset and the Creation of the Born Global Firm -- Managerial Mindset and the Born Global Firm -- The Entrepreneurial Process and the Born Global Entrepreneur -- Opportunity Recognition -- Preparation for Exploitation (Resource Building) and the Born Global Manager -- Opportunity Exploitation and the Born Global Entrepreneur -- Globalization Frustrated -- Globalization Mandated -- Summary and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3 Acquisition of Knowledge in Networking for Internationalisation -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- Learning and Knowledge Sources in Networks -- Learning in Internationalisation -- Market Knowledge and Information -- Know-How in Countries New to the Firm -- Provision of Assistance -- Research Focus and Method -- Findings and Discussion -- Background to International Activity -- Learning during Internationalisation -- Regulatory Service Consultancies -- Ingredient Supplier and Contract Manufacturer Firms -- Manufacturing Firms with their Own Brands (MFB) -- Networking -- Internationalisation Obstacles -- Conclusions -- References -- Part II: Start-up and Commercialisation -- Chapter 4 Barriers to Biomedical Engineering Commercialisation -- Introduction -- Theoretical Framing: Ways to Commercialise Innovation -- Method -- Results -- On Needs and Barriers -- On Business Maturity -- Analysis -- Barriers Coupled to the Biomedical Engineering Sector -- Barriers Related to the Market (Customer) Structure -- Barriers Related to Entrepreneurship among Researchers -- Conclusions
  • What Barriers Are Present for Commercialisation of Biomedical Engineering Ideas? -- How Could the Barriers of the Commercialisation of Applied Research Projects Within the Biomedical Engineering Sector Best ... -- What Way to Commercialise Should They Choose? -- Start-Up -- Licencing -- Joint Ventures -- Divesture to External Party -- Free Share of the Idea to an Established Actor -- Contribution -- References -- Chapter 5 Bringing Technology Projects to Market: Balancing of Efficiency and Collaboration -- Introduction -- Knowledge Commercialization Processes -- Resource-Based View on Research Projects' Efficiency -- Factors Influencing Overall Performance in Commercialization -- Methodology, Data and Measurement -- Data Envelope Analysis (DEA) -- Rough-Set Analysis -- Sample -- Measurement -- Descriptive Analysis and Model Exploration -- Efficiency Levels -- What Influences the Overall Performance in Commercialization? -- Conclusion and Future Research Paths -- References -- Appendix -- Chapter 6 High-Tech Entrepreneurial 'Soft Starters' in a University-Based Business Incubator: Space for Entrepreneurial Cap... -- Introduction -- Technology-Based Incubators and Policy Contexts in the United Kingdom -- Entrepreneurship, Networks and Capital Theory -- Research Context and Methodology -- Research Methodology -- Contexts of the Incubator -- Empirical Observations and Analysis -- Network and Social-Economic Capital Creation -- Cultural and Social Capital - Interactions of Firms within the Technology Incubator -- Human Capital and Heterogeneity of Resources -- The Soft Business Model, Organisational Capital and Resource Combination -- Conclusion: Towards Networks and Capitals Formation of Entrepreneurship Business Models -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Part III: Clusters and Entrepreneurship
  • Chapter 7 The Dynamics of Industrial Clustering in the German Enterprise Software Sector -- Introduction -- Literature -- Methodology -- Empirical Analysis and Interpretation -- Competition -- Collaboration -- Networking and Social Capital -- Conclusions -- References -- Appendix -- Chapter 8 Cluster Initiatives within the European Context: Stimulating Policies for Regional Development Dreams -- Introduction -- Regional and Cluster Policies -- Cluster Initiatives and Policies -- Cluster Initiative Policies -- Methodology -- Results and Recommendations -- Discussion -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part IV: Higher Education and Entrepreneurship -- Chapter 9 Assessing the Effect of Different Dimensions of Top Management Team Diversity on the Growth of University-Based S... -- Introduction -- Top Management Teams and Business Performance -- Variety, Separation and Disparity of Top Management Teams in Academic Spin-Offs: Hypothesis Building -- Sample and Method -- Results -- Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 10 University-Business Co-operation in Indonesian Higher Education for Innovation -- Introduction -- The Context of the Indonesian Innovation Performances and Universities -- Evaluations of the UBC Programmes in Indonesia -- In the Period before 2009 -- The Period of 2009-2012 and afterwards -- Discussion -- Differences in 'Language' and 'Communication' -- Differences in the Nature of Work and Culture -- Bureaucracy -- Concluding Remarks and Future Studies -- References -- Part V: Strategy and Growth -- Chapter 11 The Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Financing and Growth of Technology-Based Small Firms: Some Survey Evid... -- Introduction: Context and Aims -- Funding Gaps -- Research Methodology -- Characteristics and Growth Performance of Surveyed TBSFs -- Employment and Sales Turnover Performance
  • Comparing Bioscience and Electronics -- Comparing Spin Outs and Non-Spin Outs -- Growth Orientation -- Effect of the Credit Crunch and Economic Downturn -- Access to Finance 2007-2010 -- Debt Finance from Banks -- Equity and Venture Capital Finance -- Other Forms of Finance -- Future Financial Needs -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 12 Network Openness and Learning Ambidexterity of New Technology-Based Firms at Incubators -- Introduction -- Theoretical Background and Hypotheses -- Ambidextrous Learning and Network Openness -- Hypotheses Construction -- Research Method -- Results -- Firm Characteristics -- Networking at Incubator -- Discussion -- References -- Chapter 13 From Communicative Practices to Communication Strategies: A Model of Entrepreneurs' Communication Strategies in ... -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- From Communicative Practices … -- … to Communication Strategies -- Discussion and Implications -- References -- Chapter 14 Social Media Espionage - A Strategic Grid -- Introduction -- What is Competitive Intelligence? -- Social Espionage - The Concept -- Strategic Grid -- Discussion -- Theoretical Contributions -- Managerial Implications -- Limitations -- References
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EBC2074097
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1 online resource (283 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781785600326
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computer
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rdamedia
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c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Electronic resource.
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Label
New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium, (electronic book)
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover -- New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium Volume XI -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- The Chapters -- Part I: Internationalisation -- Chapter 2 Managerial Mindset and the Born Global Firm -- Introduction -- Internationalization, Entrepreneurial Mindset and the Creation of the Born Global Firm -- Managerial Mindset and the Born Global Firm -- The Entrepreneurial Process and the Born Global Entrepreneur -- Opportunity Recognition -- Preparation for Exploitation (Resource Building) and the Born Global Manager -- Opportunity Exploitation and the Born Global Entrepreneur -- Globalization Frustrated -- Globalization Mandated -- Summary and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3 Acquisition of Knowledge in Networking for Internationalisation -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- Learning and Knowledge Sources in Networks -- Learning in Internationalisation -- Market Knowledge and Information -- Know-How in Countries New to the Firm -- Provision of Assistance -- Research Focus and Method -- Findings and Discussion -- Background to International Activity -- Learning during Internationalisation -- Regulatory Service Consultancies -- Ingredient Supplier and Contract Manufacturer Firms -- Manufacturing Firms with their Own Brands (MFB) -- Networking -- Internationalisation Obstacles -- Conclusions -- References -- Part II: Start-up and Commercialisation -- Chapter 4 Barriers to Biomedical Engineering Commercialisation -- Introduction -- Theoretical Framing: Ways to Commercialise Innovation -- Method -- Results -- On Needs and Barriers -- On Business Maturity -- Analysis -- Barriers Coupled to the Biomedical Engineering Sector -- Barriers Related to the Market (Customer) Structure -- Barriers Related to Entrepreneurship among Researchers -- Conclusions
  • What Barriers Are Present for Commercialisation of Biomedical Engineering Ideas? -- How Could the Barriers of the Commercialisation of Applied Research Projects Within the Biomedical Engineering Sector Best ... -- What Way to Commercialise Should They Choose? -- Start-Up -- Licencing -- Joint Ventures -- Divesture to External Party -- Free Share of the Idea to an Established Actor -- Contribution -- References -- Chapter 5 Bringing Technology Projects to Market: Balancing of Efficiency and Collaboration -- Introduction -- Knowledge Commercialization Processes -- Resource-Based View on Research Projects' Efficiency -- Factors Influencing Overall Performance in Commercialization -- Methodology, Data and Measurement -- Data Envelope Analysis (DEA) -- Rough-Set Analysis -- Sample -- Measurement -- Descriptive Analysis and Model Exploration -- Efficiency Levels -- What Influences the Overall Performance in Commercialization? -- Conclusion and Future Research Paths -- References -- Appendix -- Chapter 6 High-Tech Entrepreneurial 'Soft Starters' in a University-Based Business Incubator: Space for Entrepreneurial Cap... -- Introduction -- Technology-Based Incubators and Policy Contexts in the United Kingdom -- Entrepreneurship, Networks and Capital Theory -- Research Context and Methodology -- Research Methodology -- Contexts of the Incubator -- Empirical Observations and Analysis -- Network and Social-Economic Capital Creation -- Cultural and Social Capital - Interactions of Firms within the Technology Incubator -- Human Capital and Heterogeneity of Resources -- The Soft Business Model, Organisational Capital and Resource Combination -- Conclusion: Towards Networks and Capitals Formation of Entrepreneurship Business Models -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Part III: Clusters and Entrepreneurship
  • Chapter 7 The Dynamics of Industrial Clustering in the German Enterprise Software Sector -- Introduction -- Literature -- Methodology -- Empirical Analysis and Interpretation -- Competition -- Collaboration -- Networking and Social Capital -- Conclusions -- References -- Appendix -- Chapter 8 Cluster Initiatives within the European Context: Stimulating Policies for Regional Development Dreams -- Introduction -- Regional and Cluster Policies -- Cluster Initiatives and Policies -- Cluster Initiative Policies -- Methodology -- Results and Recommendations -- Discussion -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part IV: Higher Education and Entrepreneurship -- Chapter 9 Assessing the Effect of Different Dimensions of Top Management Team Diversity on the Growth of University-Based S... -- Introduction -- Top Management Teams and Business Performance -- Variety, Separation and Disparity of Top Management Teams in Academic Spin-Offs: Hypothesis Building -- Sample and Method -- Results -- Discussion and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 10 University-Business Co-operation in Indonesian Higher Education for Innovation -- Introduction -- The Context of the Indonesian Innovation Performances and Universities -- Evaluations of the UBC Programmes in Indonesia -- In the Period before 2009 -- The Period of 2009-2012 and afterwards -- Discussion -- Differences in 'Language' and 'Communication' -- Differences in the Nature of Work and Culture -- Bureaucracy -- Concluding Remarks and Future Studies -- References -- Part V: Strategy and Growth -- Chapter 11 The Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Financing and Growth of Technology-Based Small Firms: Some Survey Evid... -- Introduction: Context and Aims -- Funding Gaps -- Research Methodology -- Characteristics and Growth Performance of Surveyed TBSFs -- Employment and Sales Turnover Performance
  • Comparing Bioscience and Electronics -- Comparing Spin Outs and Non-Spin Outs -- Growth Orientation -- Effect of the Credit Crunch and Economic Downturn -- Access to Finance 2007-2010 -- Debt Finance from Banks -- Equity and Venture Capital Finance -- Other Forms of Finance -- Future Financial Needs -- Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 12 Network Openness and Learning Ambidexterity of New Technology-Based Firms at Incubators -- Introduction -- Theoretical Background and Hypotheses -- Ambidextrous Learning and Network Openness -- Hypotheses Construction -- Research Method -- Results -- Firm Characteristics -- Networking at Incubator -- Discussion -- References -- Chapter 13 From Communicative Practices to Communication Strategies: A Model of Entrepreneurs' Communication Strategies in ... -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- From Communicative Practices … -- … to Communication Strategies -- Discussion and Implications -- References -- Chapter 14 Social Media Espionage - A Strategic Grid -- Introduction -- What is Competitive Intelligence? -- Social Espionage - The Concept -- Strategic Grid -- Discussion -- Theoretical Contributions -- Managerial Implications -- Limitations -- References
Control code
EBC2074097
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (283 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781785600326
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote

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