by Brychan Thomas
Publisher: Bookboon 2013
Number of pages: 168
This textbook begins by introducing the area of technology-based entrepreneurship (TBE), taking into account definitions and background of the subject area, and sets this into context through TBE Education and Regional Development. This is followed by considering technology transfer policy, the diffusion of innovation into technology-based firms (TBFs), technology clusters, university technology small firms (UTSFs), university business collaborations and partnerships, and the growth of a technology concept.
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