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New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium.

By: Groen, Aard.
Contributor(s): Cook, Gary.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.New Technology-based Firms in the New Millennium: Publisher: Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2015Description: 1 online resource (283 p.).ISBN: 9781785600326.Subject(s): High technology industries | Information technology -- Economic aspects | New business enterprises | Stress managementGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: New Technology-Based Firms in the New MillenniumDDC classification: 300.723 LOC classification: HB615-715Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium Volume XI -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- The Chapters -- Part I: Internationalisation -- Chapter 2 Managerial Mindset and the Born Global Firm -- Introduction -- Internationalization, Entrepreneurial Mindset and the Creation of the Born Global Firm -- Managerial Mindset and the Born Global Firm -- The Entrepreneurial Process and the Born Global Entrepreneur -- Opportunity Recognition -- Preparation for Exploitation (Resource Building) and the Born Global Manager
Opportunity Exploitation and the Born Global Entrepreneur -- Globalization Frustrated -- Globalization Mandated -- Summary and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3 Acquisition of Knowledge in Networking for Internationalisation -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- Learning and Knowledge Sources in Networks -- Learning in Internationalisation -- Market Knowledge and Information -- Know-How in Countries New to the Firm -- Provision of Assistance -- Research Focus and Method -- Findings and Discussion -- Background to International Activity -- Learning during Internationalisation
Regulatory Service Consultancies -- Ingredient Supplier and Contract Manufacturer Firms -- Manufacturing Firms with their Own Brands (MFB) -- Networking -- Internationalisation Obstacles -- Conclusions -- References -- Part II: Start-up and Commercialisation -- Chapter 4 Barriers to Biomedical Engineering Commercialisation -- Introduction -- Theoretical Framing: Ways to Commercialise Innovation -- Method -- Results -- On Needs and Barriers -- On Business Maturity -- Analysis -- Barriers Coupled to the Biomedical Engineering Sector -- Barriers Related to the Market (Customer) Structure
Barriers Related to Entrepreneurship among Researchers -- Conclusions -- What Barriers Are Present for Commercialisation of Biomedical Engineering Ideas? -- How Could the Barriers of the Commercialisation of Applied Research Projects Within the Biomedical Engineering Sector Best ... -- What Way to Commercialise Should They Choose? -- Start-Up -- Licencing -- Joint Ventures -- Divesture to External Party -- Free Share of the Idea to an Established Actor -- Contribution -- References -- Chapter 5 Bringing Technology Projects to Market: Balancing of Efficiency and Collaboration -- Introduction
Knowledge Commercialization Processes -- Resource-Based View on Research Projects' Efficiency -- Factors Influencing Overall Performance in Commercialization -- Methodology, Data and Measurement -- Data Envelope Analysis (DEA) -- Rough-Set Analysis -- Sample -- Measurement -- Descriptive Analysis and Model Exploration -- Efficiency Levels -- What Influences the Overall Performance in Commercialization? -- Conclusion and Future Research Paths -- References -- Appendix -- Chapter 6 High-Tech Entrepreneurial 'Soft Starters' in a University-Based Business Incubator: Space for Entrepreneurial Cap...
Introduction
Summary: The papers in this volume address key themes relating to improving our understanding of the processes involved in high-technology entrepreneurship and of the design of effective policy to promote it. Topics examined include start-ups, entrepreneurship clusters, inter-firm collaboration, and growth strategy for high-technology small firms.
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Front Cover -- New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium Volume XI -- Copyright page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- The Chapters -- Part I: Internationalisation -- Chapter 2 Managerial Mindset and the Born Global Firm -- Introduction -- Internationalization, Entrepreneurial Mindset and the Creation of the Born Global Firm -- Managerial Mindset and the Born Global Firm -- The Entrepreneurial Process and the Born Global Entrepreneur -- Opportunity Recognition -- Preparation for Exploitation (Resource Building) and the Born Global Manager

Opportunity Exploitation and the Born Global Entrepreneur -- Globalization Frustrated -- Globalization Mandated -- Summary and Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3 Acquisition of Knowledge in Networking for Internationalisation -- Introduction -- Literature Review -- Learning and Knowledge Sources in Networks -- Learning in Internationalisation -- Market Knowledge and Information -- Know-How in Countries New to the Firm -- Provision of Assistance -- Research Focus and Method -- Findings and Discussion -- Background to International Activity -- Learning during Internationalisation

Regulatory Service Consultancies -- Ingredient Supplier and Contract Manufacturer Firms -- Manufacturing Firms with their Own Brands (MFB) -- Networking -- Internationalisation Obstacles -- Conclusions -- References -- Part II: Start-up and Commercialisation -- Chapter 4 Barriers to Biomedical Engineering Commercialisation -- Introduction -- Theoretical Framing: Ways to Commercialise Innovation -- Method -- Results -- On Needs and Barriers -- On Business Maturity -- Analysis -- Barriers Coupled to the Biomedical Engineering Sector -- Barriers Related to the Market (Customer) Structure

Barriers Related to Entrepreneurship among Researchers -- Conclusions -- What Barriers Are Present for Commercialisation of Biomedical Engineering Ideas? -- How Could the Barriers of the Commercialisation of Applied Research Projects Within the Biomedical Engineering Sector Best ... -- What Way to Commercialise Should They Choose? -- Start-Up -- Licencing -- Joint Ventures -- Divesture to External Party -- Free Share of the Idea to an Established Actor -- Contribution -- References -- Chapter 5 Bringing Technology Projects to Market: Balancing of Efficiency and Collaboration -- Introduction

Knowledge Commercialization Processes -- Resource-Based View on Research Projects' Efficiency -- Factors Influencing Overall Performance in Commercialization -- Methodology, Data and Measurement -- Data Envelope Analysis (DEA) -- Rough-Set Analysis -- Sample -- Measurement -- Descriptive Analysis and Model Exploration -- Efficiency Levels -- What Influences the Overall Performance in Commercialization? -- Conclusion and Future Research Paths -- References -- Appendix -- Chapter 6 High-Tech Entrepreneurial 'Soft Starters' in a University-Based Business Incubator: Space for Entrepreneurial Cap...

Introduction

The papers in this volume address key themes relating to improving our understanding of the processes involved in high-technology entrepreneurship and of the design of effective policy to promote it. Topics examined include start-ups, entrepreneurship clusters, inter-firm collaboration, and growth strategy for high-technology small firms.

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