University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3140
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3435
Chapel Hill, NC
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill - Department of Public Policy
Kenan Flagler Business School
in Total Papers Citations
Entrepreneurship, knowledge spillovers, location choice, industrial clustering, biotechnology
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Geography, innovation, life cycle
innovation, technological capabilities, European Union, United States
File name: DP6757.
entrepreneurship, innovation, knowledge externalities, regional development, spatial lifecycle
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Compatibility, Standards, Patents, Litigation, Platform
Entrepreneurship; Corporate Spawning; New Firm Founders; Spin-off Firms; Regional Economic Development
Regional economic development, Entrepreneurship, Social capital
Experimental/primary research, Clusters, Information industry, Innovation process, Commercialization, Internet, Information & communication technologies
Government investment, Market infrastructures, Investments in technology, Technology policies, Regional development, State governments, Biotechnology industry, Incentives, Public policies, Clusters
R&D expenditures, Clusters, Colleges & universities, Knowledge spillovers, Innovation process, Geographic distribution, Academic research, Industrial research, University-firm relations, Production factors, Human capital, Skilled labor
R&D, Colleges & universities, Clusters, University-firm relations, Resource acquisition, Knowledge spillovers, Innovation (process), Product development, Location factors, Firm location, Firm productivity
U.S. Small Business Administration, Knowledge production, Patents, R&D expenditures, University-firm relations, Knowledge spillovers, Patent productivity, Academic research, Innovations
Theoretical, Opinion paper/position paper/essay, Clusters, Resource acquisition, Adaptability, Firm growth, Public policies, High technology firms, Biotechnology industry, Silicon Valley, Change agents
Theoretical, Knowledge production, Technology transfer, Colleges & universities, Innovation process, Academic research, Knowledge production, Diffusion of innovations, University spinouts, University-industry relations, Commercialization, Licenses
Agglomeration economies, Spatial analysis, Clusters, Regional differences, Competitive advantages, Economic development
University-industry relations, Commercialization, Technology transfer, Innovation policies, Knowledge spillovers, Information networks, Clusters, Innovation process, R&D, Product development, Geography, Knowledge base, Information transfer, Geographic distribution, Regional resources, Firm location
biotechnology, regulation, entrepreneurship, economic development, jurisdictional advantage, L5, L26, O1, O3
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