Andy Lockett

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We present evidence on the relative efficiency of U.K. university technology transfer offices (TTOs) using data envelopment analysis (DEA) and stochastic frontier estimation (SFE). We find that U.K. TTOs exhibit low levels of absolute efficiency. Universities located in regions with higher levels of R&D and GDP appear to be more efficient in technology(More)
  • FACULTEIT ECONOMIE, EN BEDRIJFSKUNDE, +4 authors Ajay Vohora
  • 2004
This paper explores the different incubation strategies for spinning-out companies employed by European Research Institutions. More specifically we focus on two central questions: (i) What differences or similarities are there in the goals and objectives of the Research Institutions for creating new spinout ventures? (ii) What different incubation(More)
The commercialization of university research has become an increasingly important issue, given concerns regarding licensing and the university’s desire to maximize the returns to intellectual property (IP). In this paper, we assess the impact of university resources and routines/capabilities on the creation of spin-out companies. We find that both the(More)
This paper analyzes the findings from a survey of university spin-out company activity over a five year period in the United Kingdom. The Study investigated the attitudes of professionals engaged at the academe-industry interface to the advantages and disadvantages of having academic and external (surrogate) entrepreneurs in leading roles in university(More)
OBJECTIVES There exists a translation gap between academic research and clinical practice in health care systems. One policy-driven initiative to address the translation gap in England are the Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRCs), funded by the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR). These aim to bring together(More)
OBJECTIVES There have been calls for greater exchange between research and practice in health care policy and management, but little empirical research on what commissioners of research and researchers themselves consider appropriate, good quality research knowledge. This paper addresses this gap, considering the views of commissioners and producers of(More)
1 Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School and University of Ghent 2 Centre for Management Buy-out Research, Nottingham University Business School 3 Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School and University of Ghent 4 Centre for Management Buy-out Research, Nottingham University Business School Corresponding author: Mirjam Knockaert, Reep 1, 9000 Gent,(More)
In contrast to previous studies, which focus upon the professional dynamics of translational health research between clinician scientists and social scientists (inter-professional contestation), we focus upon contestation within social science (intra-professional contestation). Drawing on the empirical context of Collaborations for Leadership in Applied(More)
We draw on institutional entrepreneurship theory to analyse the dynamics of institutional change in a healthcare context. The focus of our interest is in the relationship between an institutional entrepreneur's 'subject position', defined in terms of their structural and normative legitimacy within the existing institutional landscape, and the nature of the(More)