New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium: Volume X

New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium: Volume X

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This volume is the latest edition of an international edited book series based on the formation and growth problems of High Technology Small Firms (HTSFs) begun in 1993. This body of work is unique, and maps the evolution of research in this area through almost two decades of academic research and government policy towards a sector that is the key to future prosperity of developed and developing notational economies throughout the world.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 250 pages
  • 166 x 240 x 20mm | 559.99g
  • Emerald Group Publishing Limited
  • Bingley, United Kingdom
  • English
  • New.
  • Illustrations (black and white), 1 map (black and white)
  • 1781903158
  • 9781781903155
  • 2,276,496

Table of contents

List of Contributors. Introduction. Understanding Patterns and Investments in New Firms in Emerging Science and Technology-Based Industries in the UK. An Investigation of the Barriers to Internationalisation Faced by Young Technology-Intensive Firms. The Role of Intellectual Property in Globalizing Business Models of Knowledge-Intensive SMEs. Developing Quality in Networks: The Experience of Male and Female Entrepreneurs in New Technology-Based Ventures. Spatial Agglomeration in British Broadcasting: The Complementarity of Cultural and Economic Insights. Business Incubators and HTSF Development: Setting an Agenda for Further Research. The Clustering of Software Firms around the SAP Industrial Centre in Germany. Business Incubators: (How) Do They Help Their Tenants?. Building a Support Infrastructure for Technology-Based Businesses: What Can Emerging Economies Learn from the Western Experience?. What Can We Learn from Academic Spin-Off Failures? Insights from Five Case Studies. The University as an Entrepreneur: The Ingredients for Valorization and Valorization Strategies. The Search Behaviour of Academic Start-Ups: Experiential Learning and the Role of Consultancy and Manufacturing Activities. New Technology-based Firms in the New Millennium. New Technology-based Firms in the New Millennium. New Technology-based Firms in the New Millennium. Copyright page.show more