A Typology of Clean Technology Commercialization Accelerators

  title={A Typology of Clean Technology Commercialization Accelerators},
  author={Kourosh Malek and Elicia Maine and Ian P. McCarthy},
Accelerators are a type of incubation program that are concerned with attracting, supporting and developing new ventures. Although there is significant enthusiasm for accelerators and their potential benefits, there is limited research on how their core capabilities can vary. In response, we develop a typology of accelerator capabilities taking into account their strategy, governance, business model, operations and finance. To develop the typology we carried out a benchmark analysis of six… CONTINUE READING
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