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Handbook of Research on Techno-Entrepreneurship, Second Edition

How Technology and Entrepreneurship are Shaping the Development of Industries and Companies Edited by François Thérin, Taylor’s University, Malaysia
Techno-entrepreneurship is broadly defined as the entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial activities of both existing and nascent companies operating in technology-intensive environments. This second edition examines the latest trends in techno-entrepreneurship.
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Publication Date: 2014
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  • Business and Management
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Organisational Innovation
  • Innovation and Technology
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  • Technology and ICT
Techno-entrepreneurship is broadly defined as the entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial activities of both existing and nascent companies operating in technology-intensive environments. This second edition examines the latest trends in techno-entrepreneurship. Comprising entirely new contributions by international experts, this edition covers among others:

• Family business
• Green and sustainable techno-entrepreneurship
• Effectuation
• Techno-intrapreneurship
• Academic entrepreneurship
• Frugal innovation

With chapters focusing on China, India, Southeast Asia and South America, the Handbook explores views on the new hot spots in techno-entrepreneurship development.

Providing a comprehensive, highly accessible and innovative first insight into the developing sphere of techno-entrepreneurship, this international study will be essential reading for postgraduate students, academics and researchers with an interest in management and entrepreneurship. Managerial and entrepreneurial professionals in high-tech industries will also find much to interest them within this Handbook.
‘This second edition of the Handbook of Research on Techno-Entrepreneurship, edited by François Thérin, evidences a burgeoning field of research, and a growing cohort of international researchers working in this field who have produced works for this volume. The papers cover a variety of topics that intersect the realm of technovation with other fields of enquiry, such as economic development, sustainability, venture capital, new venture incubation, and academic entrepreneurship. This Handbook represents a convenient place to find and read this broad array of recent papers in this field.’
– Evan J. Douglas, Griffith Business School, Australia

‘In this Handbook, François Thérin assembles a group of researchers with diverse perspectives to enrich our understanding of the nature, antecedents and consequences of techno-entrepreneurship. The Handbook is comprehensive in its scope, deep in its analyses, informative and interesting to read. It opens many avenues for research while communicating well with managers and policy makers.’
– Shaker A. Zahra, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, US
Contributors: R. Abdullah, P.M. Banerjee, B. Bhardwaj, V. Blok, J. Borchardt, A. Brem, W. Carter, G. Criaco, C. Dessì, C. Fitzgerald, M. Floris, Z. Fuquan, M. Hoppe, J. Houterman, D.A. Isabelle, D. Jolly, T. Kollmann, K.-H. Lai, M. Ledwith, A. Leirner, L. Manral, T. Minola, L.M. Nor, O. Omta, R. O’Shea, H. Othman, J. Pellikka, M.Saeed Siddiq, M.S. Salimath, A.Sanna, C. Serarols-Tarres, J. Woolley, A.Yash Bhatiya, M. Yusof, N. Zakaria
Contents:

Introduction

1. The Knowledge Base of Technology Entrepreneurship
Ivan Zupic

2. Technology Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Intrapreneurship – Managing Entrepreneurial Activities in Technology-Intensive Environments
Alexander Brem and Jens Borchardt

3. Technology in Family Businesses Studies. A Bibliometric Analysis (1991–2012)
C. Dessì, M. Floris and A. Sanna

4. Capitalization of Science and Technology Knowledge: Practices, Trends and Impacts on Techno-Entrepreneurship
Diane A. Isabelle

5. Commercialization Process of Innovation in Small High-Technology Firms – Theoretical Review
Jarkko Pellikka

6. Technology Entrepreneurship in China: What Chinese Science and Technology Parks do for Entrepreneurs? The Exemplary Case of Jiangsu
Dominique Jolly and Fuquan Zhu

7. What is E-Entrepreneurship? Fundamentals of Company Founding in the Net Economy
Tobias Kollmann

8. Venture Capital Financing of Techno-Entrepreneurial Start-Ups: Drivers and Barriers for Investments in Research-based Spin-offs in the Dutch Medical Life Sciences Industry
Joyce Houterman, Vincent Blok and Onno Omt

9. Working as a Technology Scout and Techno-Intrapreneur
Magnus Hoppe

10. The Role of Academicians in Technology Entrepreneurship
Mohar Yusof, Mohammad Saeed Siddiq and Leilanie Mohd Nor

11. Personal Attributes of Academic Entrepreneurs
Hafizul Othman, Rosni Abdullah and Nasriah Zakaria

12. Companies Spun Out of Universities: Different Typologies for Different Performance Patterns
Giuseppe Criaco, Tommaso Minola, Christian Serarols-Tarres and Apurav Yash Bhatiya

13. The Role of the Technology Transfer Office in Promoting University-Industry Collaboration
Ciara Fitzgerald, Margaret Ledwith and Rory O’Shea

14. Demand Competition and Entrepreneurial (de novo) Entry in Industries based on Systemic Technologies
Lalit Manral

15. Nascent Technology Entrepreneurship Supply Chain Emergence
Jennifer L. Woolley

16. Frugal Innovation and Returnee-Diaspora Entrepreneurship
Preeta M. Banerjee and Ana Leirner

17. Drivers of Green Strategy for Enhancing Sustainable Technopreneurship in Emerging Economies
Broto Rauth Bhardwaj and Kee-hung Lai

18. The Path to Sustainable Technological Entrepreneurship
Manjula S. Salimath and William Carter

Index