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Published by Pergamon .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsR. Oakey (Editor), W. During (Editor), S-M. Mukhtar (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages320
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7312383M
ISBN 100080427618
ISBN 109780080427614

Zoltan Acs and Catherine Armington use a knowledge spillover theory of entrepreneurship to explain new firm formation rates in regional economies during the s period and beyond. The fastest-growing regions are those that have the highest rates of new firm formation, and which are not dominated by large by:   The global integration of economic activities is bringing with it major changes in innovation processes. New kinds of innovation, such as service and organizational innovations, became increasingly important in the s. The shift to new forms of knowledge creation reflects the emerging knowledge based by: Unit 17 The Great Depression, golden age, and global financial crisis. driven by the incentives to introduce new technology. Based on their expected after-tax profits, entrepreneurs make investment decisions to get a step ahead of their competitors. By the mids, the effects of the new supply-side policy regime were becoming clear. Community Leaders on Technology-Based Industries for the s Austin's most important technology-based industries are software, semiconductors and components, and computers and peripherals. The next most important technology-based industries are environmental services, voice/data communications, industrial electronics, and energy.


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This book is the third volume in an annual series originating from the annual international High Technology Small Firms Conference, first held at Manchester Business School in the autumn of The conference continues to grow in popularity, and the internationally derived community of regular and occasional contributors to this conference Price: $ The book covers a very broad scope of managerial problems typical for small, new technology-based firms and their networking experiences.

Empirical material refers to surveys, statistics and examples from several countries: Canada, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, UK and US. This breadth is one major advantage of the book.

Author: S-M. Mukhtar. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Vols. 3->: edited by Ray Oakey and Syeda-Masooda Mukhtar. Vol. 5 edited by Ray Oakey and Wim During. Papers presented at the annual International High Technology Small Firms Conference, held at Manchester Business School.

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New Technology-Based Firms in the s: Volume One. is a contemporary, international 'state of the art' view of research in these areas. It will be essential reading for those who have an interest in the innovation and growth problems of high-technology small firms in the mids.

Originating in the High Technology Small Firms Conference, which have been held at Manchester Business School in England since This volume marks a departure for the Conference by reflecting a new collaboration between Manchester Business School and the University of Twente at Enschede in The Netherlands; offers the latest European perspectives on the field.

Pris: kr. Inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp New Technology-based Firms in the s av R P Oakey, W E During, Syeda-Masooda Mukhtar på NTBF - New Technology-Based Firms.

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New Technology-based Firms in the s. R.P. Oakey W.E. During The selected papers in this volume bear witness to a maturing of High Technology Small Firms (HTSF) research.

In the past, HTSF research has produced some solid findings, but also several paradoxes: shedding more light on the unintended and paradoxical effects of technology. New Technology-Based Firms in the s Vol 4. Research output: Book/Report › AnthologyCited by: 3.

New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium by Aard Groen,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. NEW TECHNOLOGY BASED FIRMS IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM by Ray Oakey (Editor), W.

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The conference is acknowledged by experts in the field to be a particularly useful and authoritative record of the evolution of HTSF research since the inception of the series in It addresses strategic growth for small firms.

New Technology-based Firms in the s By any definition, the creators of a successful NTBF have to be exceptionally competent. A synthesis of six exploratory, European case studies of successfully exited, venture capital-financed, new technology-based firms. New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium, Volume 7 Specific issues in the book series cover many of the key industrial development policies adopted by developed, and developing, national governments since the early s including, for example, writings on policy and practice concerning science parks, incubators, academic enterprise.

The chapter outlines the evolution of the VC industry since the mids in terms of investments, divestments, and fundraising activity.

It also provides evidence that prove that New Technology-Based Firms (NTBFs) in Italy benefit significantly from VC investments. The framework of policies supporting VC has been described. New technology-based firms in the new millenium. Vol. and developing, national governments since the early s including, for example, writings on policy and practice concerning science parks, incubators, academic enterprise, industrial networking and the role of clusters in nurturing high technology small firms formation and growth.

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Wim During is an editor of New Technology-Based Firms in the s and New Technology-Based Firms in the New Millennium. Aard Groen is a professor of innovative entrepreneurship and scientific director of NIKOS (the Netherlands Institute for Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship) at the University of Twente, the Netherlands.4/5(1).For more than half a century the United States has led the world in the development of new technologies and creation of new products.

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