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The 14th Annual High Technology Small Firms Conference : May 11-13, 2006 + May 10, 2006 Doctoral Workshop, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands


The 14th Annual High Technology Small Firms Conference : May 11-13, 2006 + May 10, 2006 Doctoral Workshop, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands., 10 May 2006 - 13 May 2006, Enschede, The Netherlands

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University of Twente, Dutch Institute for Knowledge Intensive Entrepreneurship (NIKOS) (2006) Proceedings of the 14th Annual High Technology Small Firms Conference. NIKOS, University of Twente. ISBN 9789081078412


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Habets, Thijs and Voordijk, Hans and Sijde, Peter van der (2006) Adoption of alternative transport technologies in the construction industry.

Dijkstra, Sietse J. and Jurriëns, Jan A. and Mei, Rob D. van der (2006) A Business Model for Telemonitoring Services.

Mets, Tõnis (2006) Creating Knowledge Transfer Environment: Case of Estonian Biotechnology SMEs.

Nicholas, John and Ledwith, Ann (2006) Development of a Best Practices Framework for New Product Development in Small to Medium Enterprises.

Dell’Anno, Davide and Del Giudice, Manlio and Della Peruta, Maria Rosaria (2006) Did You inscript Your Tacit Knowledge?

Ullah, Farid and Taylor, Peter (2006) Do Birds of a Feather Flock together? The Financing of UK Software and Biotechnology Firms at the Earlier Stages of Business Development.

Vanhees, Lobke (2006) The Effect of a Biotechnology SMEs' Network Position on Its Innovative Performance.

Merwe, M.J. van der and Grundling, J.P. and Steynberg, L. (2006) Focusing the Management of Innovation Research Domain of Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa.

Gillespie, Simon and Henry, Colette (2006) Growing Pains in Irish Biotechnology.

Suddle, Kashifa and Stam, Erik and Stel, André van (2006) High Growth Firms, Public Policies and Economic Growth.

Kraaijenbrink, Jeroen (2006) High-tech Small and Medium-sized Enterprises' use of Methods and Tools for External Knowledge Integration.

Yencken, John (2006) Incentives to academic commercialisation activity and mixed signals about identity in researchers’ perceptions of utility.

Kathan, Daniel (2006) Information and Communication Technology in Small and Medium-sized High-tech companies. A Management Perspective.

Wynarczyk, Pooran and Renner, Chloe (2006) An Investigation into the Participation of Women in Industrial Research and Development (R&D) in the North East of England.

Yencken, John and Gillin, Murray (2006) The Klofsten Business Platform as a self-diagnostic tool for new technology-based small firms.

Brooksbank, D.J. and Jones-Evans, D. and Kwong, C.C.Y. and Thompson, P. and Ullah, F. (2006) Liquidity Constraints upon Start-ups with New Products: a Study of Reasons for Failing to Access Finance using GEM UK Data.

McGowan, Pauric and Porter, Sharon and Brennan, Micheal (2006) The Marketing Science Interface: promoting the Entrepreneurship Agenda within the Science, Engineering and Technology (set) Constituency of Higher Education.

Cave, Frank and Sheppard, Lynn and Xiao, Jingfei and James, Rowena (2006) The Networking and Global Awareness of Young Technology-based Entrepreneurs: a Case Study of the Master of Enterprise (ment) Programme of the Manchester Science Enterprise Centre.

Roininen, Sari and Ylinenpää, Håkan (2006) New Ventures' Entry Strategies in their Start-up Process.

Lucas, William A. and Cooper, Sarah Y. and Rodriguez-Falcon, Elena M. (2006) On the Recognition of Venturing Opportunities in Science and Technology.

Sijde, Peter van der and McGowan, Pauric and Velde, Theodor van de and Youngleson, Jonathan (2006) Organising for Effective Academic Entrepreneurship.

Reece, Jeremy P. and Fleetham, Marc J. (2006) Partnering of High Technology Small Firms with Universities In Order to Commercialise ICT Research.

Wynarczyk, Pooran and Renner, Chloe (2006) Personal and Professional Barriers to Participation of Women in Industrial Research and Development (R&D) in the North East of England.

Bout, Liesbeth Y. and Lombaers, Jaap H.M. and Constantinides, Efthymios and Weerd-Nederhof, Petra C. de (2006) Post-Project Market Review as a tool for stimulating commercialisation of knowledge creation projects.

Brouwers, Hilke Elke Jacke (2006) Prime Innovation and Sustainable Entrepreneurship in the Dutch Rubber & Plastics Industry.

Murphy, Alan and Ledwith, Ann (2006) Project Management Tools and Techniques in High-Tech SMEs in Ireland.

Heuven, Joris (2006) The Role of Social Networks in Financing High Technology New Ventures: An Empirical Exploration.

Soetanto, Danny P. and Geenhuizen, Marina van (2006) Socioeconomic Networks: In Search of Better Support for University Spin-offs.

Murad, A. Najib and Bower, D. Jane and Sulej, Julian C. (2006) Stem Cells in the Media: the Emergence of Public Understanding of a New Technology.

O'Regan, Nicholas and Sims, Martin A. and Gallear, David (2006) The Strategic Planning-Environment-Performance Relationship Re-visited in HTSFs.

Hellman, Hanna L. and Boks, Casper (2006) Technology-Market Matching in High Technology Small Firms.

Kokkeler, Ben and Poot, Henk de (2006) Telematica Instituut and Open Innovation – new perspectives for engagement of SMEs in knowledge production and dissemination.

Warren, Lorraine (2006) The University Spin-out Process: Career Transformation through the Practice of Entrepreneurial Identity.

Geenhuizen, Marina van (2006) Unravelling Knowledge Networks of Urban High-Technology Firms: An Artificial Intelligence Approach.

Englis, Paula Danskin and Englis, Basil G. and Solomon, Michael R. and Valentine, Laura and Bieak, Nicole and Turner, Seth (2006) Using Knowledge Management to gain Competitive Advantage in the Textile and Apparel Value Chain: a Comparison Small and Large Firms.

Hulsink, Willem and Manuel, Dick (2006) Venturing into the Entrepreneurial Unknown: on Entrepreneurship, Intrapreneurship and Extrapreneurship in the High-tech Industries.

Beckinsale, Martin John James and Pancholi, Darshan and Shah, Mayank (2006) Virtual Supplier Diversity: The Business-to-Business implications of low-tech Entrepreneurial Ethnic Minority Businesses in a virtual environment.

Hulsink, Willem and Eijk, Robert-Jan van (2006) What's the way? : the foreign entry mode selection process of innovative and manufacturing-based start-ups.

Benneworth, Paul (2006) Who builds 'Science Cities' and 'Knowledge Parks'? : high technology firms mobilising heterogeneous commercialisation networks.

Prodan, Igor and Drnovsek, Mateja and Ulijn, Jan (2006) A conceptual framework for studying a technology transfer from academia to new firms.

Constantinides, Efthymios (2006) The importance of Internet as a strategic management tool: A study of Dutch SMEs.

Hogan, Teresa and Hutson, Elaine (2006) The relation between key events in the development phase and the financial structure of NTBFs in the software sector.

Laine, Kari (2006) The role of KIBS in knowledge commercialisation.

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