Research handbook on start-up incubation ecosystems

Contributor(s): Novotny, Adam [Editor] | Rasmussen, Einar [Editor] | Clausen, Tommy H [Editor] | Wiklund, Johan [Editor]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Research handbooks in business and managementPublisher: Cheltenham Edward Elgar Publishing 2020Description: xii, 454 p.: ill. Includes bibliographical references and indexISBN: 9781788973526Subject(s): New business enterprises | Business incubators | EcosystemsDDC classification: 658.421 Summary: This insightful and comprehensive Research Handbook explores the concept of start-up incubation ecosystems and investigates the various factors that interact to provide a nurturing environment suitable for the creation and successful development of start-ups. Chapters employ a range of approaches for the study of incubation ecosystems, including literature reviews, theoretical studies, and empirical research featuring both quantitative and qualitative methods. An international team of authors analyzes data from a diverse range of countries to cover topics including: multi-level approaches to incubation ecosystems; start-up support mechanisms such as incubators, accelerators and co-working spaces; and the role of organizations involved in incubation ecosystems such as universities, government agencies and multinational companies. The Research Handbook thus illustrates the critical part played by the early development of start-ups within entrepreneurial ecosystems. Scholars and doctoral students working in entrepreneurship and innovation will find this Research Handbook invaluable to their understanding of start-up incubation ecosystems and in illuminating future research agendas. It will also prove useful to practitioners and policymakers working with start-ups and organizations that support them. https://www.e-elgar.com/shop/gbp/research-handbook-on-start-up-incubation-ecosystems-9781788973526.html
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Table of content

PART I HOLISTIC APPROACHES TO SUPIEs
1.The role of smart specialization in providing regional strategic support for establishing sustainable start-up incubation ecosystems / Jens Ø. Hansen
2.Incubating start-ups in entrepreneurial ecosystems: A multilevel perspective on entrepreneurial resources / Ronda Smith
3.The domains of entrepreneurship support / Tiago Ratinho
4.In support of university spinoffs - what drives the organizational design of technology transfer ecosystems? / Mirjam Knockaert
5.The support system's influence on nature-based business start-ups in a rural context / Espen Carlsson
6.Transnational entrepreneurial ecosystems: The perspectives of Finnish and Estonian born-global start-ups / Sami Saarenketo
7.A contingency approach to the incubation of new ventures in entrepreneurial ecosystems: Descriptive exploratory plots for continuous and survival outcomes / Alexander McKelvie
PART II START-UP SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS
8.Organizational sponsorship: An overview of the state of knowledge and future research directions / Marit Breivik-Meyer
9.Understanding startup development organizations in the context of startup incubation ecosystems / Carlos M. DaSilva
10.Distinguishing self-sufficient business incubators in start-up incubation ecosystems / Alexander Brem
11.Incubators' coopetition strategy in the start-up incubation ecosystem / Karim Messeghem
12.A comparative analysis of USA enterprise support organizations for conscious capitalism and conventional capitalism / Guenola Abord-Hugon Nonet
13.Incubation and founders' champion behaviour / Jens O. Hansen
14.Multinational companies' roles in start-up incubation ecosystems: The case of Microsoft Innovation Centers in Brazil / Roberto Rivas Hermann
15.Outsider support, firm births and outcomes / Espen J. Isaksen
PART III III UNIVERSITY-BASED SUPIEs
Contents note continued: 16.Bridging or isolating? The role of the university Technology Transfer Office in the start-up incubation ecosystem / Adam Novotny
17.The key drivers for emergence of an entrepreneurial ecosystem - the role of brokerage, role models and inspiration / Roger Sorheim
18.Toward a model for universities as incubation ecosystems: Facilitating students for an entrepreneurial career / J.J. Bragelien
19.Individual-level determinants of academic patent licensing to start-ups: impacts of principal investigators' embeddedness in the industry / Tohru Yoshioka-Kobayashi
20.The university ecosystem and the internationalization of spin-off firms / Adam Novotny
21.The academic entrepreneurship ecosystem: The role of the university for societal impact of academic spin-offs / Anders Billstrom
22.Urban universities as a start-up ecosystem: The case of academic spin-offs in Milan / Matteo Landoni
23.Motivating universities to support spin-off firms: Stakeholders and start-up incubation ecosystems / Magnus Gulbrandsen

This insightful and comprehensive Research Handbook explores the concept of start-up incubation ecosystems and investigates the various factors that interact to provide a nurturing environment suitable for the creation and successful development of start-ups.
Chapters employ a range of approaches for the study of incubation ecosystems, including literature reviews, theoretical studies, and empirical research featuring both quantitative and qualitative methods. An international team of authors analyzes data from a diverse range of countries to cover topics including: multi-level approaches to incubation ecosystems; start-up support mechanisms such as incubators, accelerators and co-working spaces; and the role of organizations involved in incubation ecosystems such as universities, government agencies and multinational companies. The Research Handbook thus illustrates the critical part played by the early development of start-ups within entrepreneurial ecosystems.
Scholars and doctoral students working in entrepreneurship and innovation will find this Research Handbook invaluable to their understanding of start-up incubation ecosystems and in illuminating future research agendas. It will also prove useful to practitioners and policymakers working with start-ups and organizations that support them.

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