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Education and Training for Entrepreneurs: A Consideration of Initiatives in Ireland and the Netherlands.
A growing body of academic research has examined the effectiveness of entrepreneurship training and support initiatives, with recent studies focusing on the provision of training and other skillsExpand
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Assessing the needs of new technology based firms (NTBFs): An investigation among spin-off companies from six European Universities
New technology based firms (NTBFs) play a major role in the development and commercialisation of new technologies and the development of national economies. Using an entrepreneurship-in-networksExpand
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Does context matter in academic entrepreneurship? The role of barriers and drivers in the regional and national context
With pressure on universities to better contribute to society, academic entrepreneurship is an increasingly recognised source of new knowledge and technologies as well as being a driver of theExpand
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Innovative and creative entrepreneurship support services at universities
In the context of entrepreneurial universities, new stakeholders and new roles for old ones have emerged. Accordingly, university entrepreneurship support services have to behave in a creative andExpand
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Entrepreneurship Stimulation at the University of Twente
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Launching students into enterprise: experiences with technology as a launching platform
The central issue in this contribution is how knowledge-intensive entrepreneurship can be stimulated when the driver is purely a technology push. The context of this study is the period December 1999Expand
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Entrepreneurs' attitudes to training and support initiatives: evidence from Ireland and The Netherlands
Increasingly, academics, practitioners and governments recognise the need to examine the role and effectiveness of entrepreneurship training and support. Studies to date have examined the importanceExpand
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Knowledge and networks in the global startup process
This paper focuses knowledge and networks in the global startup process of science-based ventures. A global startup process is a process of organisational emergence in which ventures engage in theExpand
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Adoption of alternative transport technologies in the construction industry
This research examines how the construction industry adopts alternative transport technologies. This paper presents the general characteristics of the adopter and what his perceptions are towardsExpand
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