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Strategy in Emerging Economies
Emerging economies are low-income, rapid-growth countries using economic liberalization as their primary engine of growth. They fall into two groups: developing countries in Asia, Latin America,Expand
The syndication of venture capital investments
This paper examines competing finance, resource-based and deal flow explanations for the syndication of venture capital investments. Evidence from 60 firms (a 58.8% response rate) is analysed.Expand
Critical junctures in the development of university high-tech spinout companies
Abstract This paper investigates the development of university spinout companies (USOs). Employing a case-based research method, our study found that there are two important elements in theirExpand
The resource-based view of the firm: Ten years after 1991
At present, the resource-based view of the firm is perhaps the most influential framework for understanding strategic management. In this editor’s introduction, we briefly describe the contributionsExpand
Strategy Research in Emerging Economies: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom
 This review and introduction to the Special Issue on ‘Strategy Research in Emerging Economies’ considers the nature of theoretical contributions thus far on strategy in emerging economies.Expand
The Future of Resource-Based Theory
Since the 1991 publication of the first Journal of Management special issue devoted to resource-based inquiry, resource-based theory (RBT) has evolved from a nascent, upstart perspective to one ofExpand
Resources, capabilities, risk capital and the creation of university spin-out companies
Abstract The commercialization of university research has become an increasingly important issue, given concerns regarding licensing and the university's desire to maximize the returns toExpand
Spinning Out New Ventures: A Typology of Incubation Strategies from European Research Institutions
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) WhatExpand
Science parks and incubators: Observations, synthesis and future research
Problems with the extant literature on science parks and incubators are examined in terms of four levels of analysis: the science parks and incubators themselves, the enterprises located upon scienceExpand
30 Years after Bayh-Dole: Reassessing Academic Entrepreneurship
On the 30th anniversary of enactment of the Bayh-Dole Act in the U.S., we consider the rationale for academic entrepreneurship and describe the evolving role of universities in the commercializationExpand
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