Presse, André

Technology Entrepreneurship

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Table of contents

Part I. Business Models, Business Architecture and Business Planning of NTBFs

1. The Semantics of Entrepreneurial Learning in New Technology-Based Firms
Marc König, Christina Ungerer, Guido Baltes

2. Architecture of Technology Ventures: A Business Model Perspective
Arash Najmaei

3. The Role of Business Models in the Development of New Technology-Based Firms
Oleksiy Osiyevskyy, Mark Chernenko, Vladyslav Biloshapka

Part II. Managing NTBFs

4. Identifying and Categorizing Risks of New Product Development in a Small Technology-Driven Company
Ivan Rakonjac, Vesna Spasojević Brkić

5. The Application of the Effective Innovation Leadership Model in ICT Practice
Sabrina Schork

6. A Unified Model of the Technology Push Process and Its Application in a Workshop Setting
Orestis Terzidis, Leonid Vogel

Part III. Factors Influencing NTBFs

7. Women-Led Startups and Their Contribution to Job Creation
Katherina Kuschel, Juan-Pablo Labra, Gonzalo Díaz

8. What Drives the Intellectual Property Output of High-Tech Firms? Regional- and Firm-Level Factors
Christian Masiak, Christian Fisch, Jörn H. Block

9. New Technology-Based Firms and Grants: Too Much of a Good Thing?
Nicolas Pary, Olivier Witmeur

10. The Development of ICT Industry in Belarus: Impact of Educational and State-Support Policies
Aksana Yarashynskaya

Part IV. Academic Entrepreneurship

11. Defining Academic Spinoffs and Entrepreneurial University
Maksim Belitski, Hanna Aginskaya

12. The Impact of Entrepreneurship Governance and Institutional Frameworks on Knowledge-Based Spin-Offs
Reza Asghari, Britta Kokemper

13. Bridging the Gap Between Invention and Innovation: The Role of University-Based Start-Up Programs and Private Cooperation
Andreas Liening, Jan-Martin Geiger, Ronald Kriedel

Part V. Interaction Between Established Firms and NTBFs

14. How Technology Travels from Old to New Firms: The Role of Employees’ Entrepreneurship in Technology Ventures
Matteo Landoni, dt ogilvie

15. Cooperating with Start-ups as a Strategy: Towards Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Stephan Jung

Keywords: Business and Management, Entrepreneurship, Innovation/Technology Management, Business Ethics, Engineering Economics, Organization, Logistics, Marketing

Publication year
FGF Studies in Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Page amount
14 pages
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