Bart Clarysse

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  • 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)
LEARNING FROM EXPERIENCE AND LEARNING FROM OTHERS: HOW CONGENITAL AND INTERORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING IN YOUNG FIRM INTERNATIONALIZATION JOHAN BRUNEEL, HELENA YLI-RENKO,* and BART CLARYSSE Imperial College Business School, Imperial College London, London, U.K. University of Gent, Faculty of Economics and Business(More)
Business incubators (BIs) have been established around the world to stimulate new business creation. Whilst it is accepted that incubation models have evolved, little is known about whether existing incubators have adjusted their value proposition to incorporate recent incubation paradigms or have simply remained operating as originally founded. We present(More)
PURPOSE The aim of the study was to evaluate prospectively urinary alpha 1-microglobulin as a marker of proximal tubular damage following acute pyelonephritis and outflow disease of the upper urinary tract in a urological population with minimal exclusion criteria. We also measured the urinary gamma-glutamyltransferase activity, urinary albumin, urinary and(More)
OBJECTIVES The objective of this study was to conduct a cost-effectiveness analysis of Herceptin from the hospital's point of view. This new biotechnological pharmaceutical is a humanized monoclonal antibody that targets the HER2 receptor, an important anti-cancer target. METHODS A cost model with standard diagnostic and treatment options for breast(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)
We evaluated the diagnostic utility of urinary alpha1-microglobulin, alpha2-macroglobulin and albumin in the diagnosis of acute prostatitis. We studied 133 men (43 +/- 17 years) with, and a reference population (n=36, 41 +/- 16 years) without, urinary tract infection. Prostatectomy samples were used to study the potential interference between prostatic(More)
The launch of the first product is an important event for start-ups, because it takes the new venture closer to growth, profitability and financial independence. However, entrepreneurship literature lacks theory and data on new product development and innovation speed. Integrating insights form new product development literature with resource-based theory,(More)
We study the starting resources of start-ups, which develop and market new products or services based upon a proprietary technology or skill. We define these companies as research-based start-ups (RBSUs). We look at how technological, financial and human resources at founding cluster together to form different starting resource configurations. Using a(More)