2 edition of Methodological considerations in the study of small technology-based firms in the UK found in the catalog.
Methodological considerations in the study of small technology-based firms in the UK
|Statement||by Dylan Jones-Evans.|
|Series||Working paper EC-CS -- No.94-14|
|Contributions||University College Dublin. Graduate School of Business.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
Company moves quickly into a new venture and establishes the business before other firms can react. Technological leadership, as a source of first mover advantage refers to A company that is the first to use a new technology. Science and Public Policy Vol Number 3, April, Anneloes Roelofsen and Jacqueline Broerse and Tjard de Cock Buning and Joske Bunders Engaging with future technologies: how potential future users frame ecogenomics Dr. Tariq Bashir and Khalid Khan and Dr. Khaleel Malik The innovation landscape of Pakistan's North West Frontier Province. Part V Technology-Based Firms Zoltan J. Acs and David B. Audretsch (), 'Innovation in Large and Small Firms: An Empirical Analysis' P. Westhead and D.J. Storey (), 'Links Between Higher Education Institutions and High Technology Firms' Developing on the theory surrounding the two dimensions of knowledge management strategy that firms can adopt, this article, through the use of a case study in a small and medium enterprise (SME), focuses on how implementing the wrong strategy can result in wasted efforts, under-utilisation of organisational resources, the loss of potential.
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Design/methodology/approach – The current study included two data sets: a survey of technology-based and non-technology firms located in USA incubators; and a.
Make-or-buy decisions in R&D: small technology based firms in the United States and Japan IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Vol. 44, No. 2 The influence of development experience and product innovativeness on product outcomeCited by: Stimulation of technology-based small firms—A case study of university-industry cooperation Article (PDF Available) in Technovation 16(4).
4 Innovation in technology-based companies: reinventing the business ecosystem Innovation in technology-based companies: reinventing the business ecosystem 5 Innovation has been taking place in the manufacturing industry for many years. One of the UK government’s key priorities is to rebalance the economy.
- It is a company that uses scientific and technological knowledge systematically and continuously to produce new goods or services with high added value. - They mainly operate in top-level strategic sectors, such as microelectronics, biotechnology, medical device, nanotechnology, etc.
- They perform R & D in-house or in close cooperation with universities. The dominating view of new, technology-based firms is that these firms are driven by a heroic entrepreneur who pursues aggressive growth. New, technology-based firms are expected to sooner or later develop tangible products with which new market niches are created and existing ones penetrated.
Often the only perceived economic impact of new, technology Cited by: Clusters and Networking: SMEs, growth, networks and the Internet - a strategic perspective, M.
Beckinsale, M. Levy; Alliances between HTSFs and their partners - a multi-dimensional process approach, A.J. Groen et al; Innovation, small firms and clustering - insights from the British broadcasting industry, G.A.S. Cook, N.R. Pandit; The virtual. Entrepreneurship, Technology and the Growth Process: A Study of Young, Medium-Sized Technology-Based Firms Rögnvaldur J.
Sæmundsson Department of Industrial Dynamics Chalmers University of Technology Abstract The purpose of this thesis is to contribute to the study of the growth process in young technology-based by: 8. As global competition has intensified, many small and medium-sized technology-based firms have also had to adopt international perspectives (Litvak ).
Even the SMTFs whose primary orientation is domestic must be internationally competitive in order to secure long-term success (Wright and Ricks ). Introduction. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are increasingly seen as an important focus for the attention of policymakers.
Most economic structures are largely composed of SMEs, and despite the presence of large firms most employment is concentrated in this by: This paper examines funding issues for UK Technology-based Small Firms (TBSFs). TBSFs are the cry of today and UK government like other countries is trying to increase the mass of TBSFs by various means.
However, it is reported that TBSFs face many impediments to their successful development. Finance is believed as the main barrier at the early stages of Cited by: SSmulaUon of technology-based small firms--a case study of university- industry cooperation M.
Klofsten and D. Jones-Evans Technovation, 16(4)(), Stimuler les peStes enb~prises technologiques: Un exemple de collaboraUon en~ I'industrie et runivers- it~ R~sum I1 est bien connu que les directeurs de firmes technologiques qui en sont Cited by: NEW PRODUCT STRATEGY IN SMALL TECHNOLOGY-BASED FIRMS: A PILOT STUDY Marc H.
Meyer and Edward B. Roberts Sloan School of Management Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA This article presents a pilot study of an empirical method to examine the effectiveness of new product strategies in small technology-based firms.
Evidence from Small and Medium-Sized Firms in Emerging Technology Areas The sixth chapter presents the results of the analysis. This chapter first explores the descriptive statistics and then presents the regression results, followed by further exploration of the net-work activity; finally, the chapter analyses the robustness of the regressions.
As the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program approached its twentieth year of operation, the U.S. Congress requested that the National Research Council (NRC) conduct a “comprehensive study of how the SBIR program has stimulated technological innovation and used small businesses to meet federal research and development needs,” and to make.
The financing of technology-based small firms: a review of the literature This review assesses the academic literature of recent years on the financing issues faced by technology-based small firms (TBSFs). It was produced as part of the latest report on these firms by the Bank’s Domestic Finance Division, published last month.
Planning firms are bigger, their goal being smooth and efficient operation through the use of formal controls and plans. Organic firms strive to be adaptive to their environments, emphasizing expertise-based power and open communications.
The predictiveness of the typology was established upon a sample of 52 firms using hypothesis-testing and Cited by: The findings confirm the extent and importance of internationalisation to young high-tech firms in the UK and Germany.
Thus, if governments or venture capitalists are interested in the promotion of successful new technology-based firms they must, per force, be also interested in encouraging the processes of internationalisation.
Management systems as technology: Japanese, US and national firms in the Brazilian electronic sector. Bós, Antônio, () International technology transfer by small and medium-sized enterprises: country studies.
Buckley, Peter J., (). summary of the evidence on the role of technology and technology based firms in an economy. Based on this review, the second section examines, the case of Scotland in order to explore whether the focus of Scottish innovation and enterprise policies over the last decade on supporting specific.
Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies Journal, Volume 9, Number 1, Table 4: Synergies and Abnormal Gains A merger is defined as synergistic if the acquiring and target firms have the same three-digit SIC code.
longitudinal study of new technology-based firms", International Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 14, pp. Ganotakis P. (), "Founders human capital and t he performance of UK new technology based firms", Small Business Economics, Published online: 24 December This book sets out to examine small technologically innovative enterprises in Europe from the viewpoint of ten international researchers.
Drawing on original empirical research, the contributions describe the different aspects of the business development and innovation process, including the creation and development of technology-based enterprises, the growth of the. This important three-volume collection focuses upon several major themes relating to the entrepreneur, the organisation and the environment for entrepreneurship.
It includes articles that focus upon opportunity recognition and exploitation, creativity, Price: $ The technology-based international firms will typically grow along one of the axes of customer scope, country scope, or product scope (Almor, ), but in the cases that are in this paper, they will often have to grow along two axes or all three at the same by: 2.
In this respect, high-tech entrepreneurial firms (often referred to as New Technology-Based Firms, or NTBFs) 1 represent a fundamental policy target due to their contributions to social welfare (Audretsch, ; Stam and Garnsey, ).Cited by: Begun during a period of relative neglect of high technology small firms (HTSFs) during the early s, the book series has witnessed, and perhaps played some part in creating, a resurgence of interest in this type and scale of enterprise in the United Kingdom and mainland Europe by the turn of the : Dean, Faculty of Business and.
Small Firm Internationalisation and Business Strategy: An Exploratory Study of 'Knowledge-intensive' and 'Traditional' Manufacturing Firms in the. Specifically, Molina‐Azorin, Bergh, Corley, and Ketchen (, p. ) offered recommendations for moving mixed methods forward and wrote that “to maximize the potential for subsequent research to be able to replicate a mixed methods study, researchers need to be as transparent as possible in reporting their methodological decisions and the Cited by: Because of the lack of prior\ud research, the study was exploratory in nature and a qualitative methodology was\ud employed, employing a grounded approach with qualitative content analysis,\ud Following a pilot study, the researcher conducted twenty-eight semi-structured\ud interviews with the owner-managers of small manufacturing businesses Author: Iman Salem Ali Hajjaji.
Answer Selected Answer: Direct ownership Correct Answer: Direct ownership Question 14 3 out of 3 points According to your text, ____ are small technology-based firms operating in international markets within two years of their establishment and realizing as much as 70 percent of their sales outside the domestic home market.
This new book--a completely revised and expanded edition of Razgaitis's previous book Valuation and Pricing of Technology-Based Intellectual Property--brings together material designated as "Approaches" into three core technology business processes used for transforming technology into money: opportunity Discovery, Valuation, and Dealmaking, or Cited by: T1 - Assessing the needs of new technology based firms (NTBFs): An investigation among spin-off companies from six European Universities.
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IntroductionThe application of new discoveries and advances in science towards commercial use and for public purposes depends mainly upon actions by entrepreneurs who create new technology-based firms. However, in some industries, such as healthcare and biotechnology, the high cost of commercialization makes it unlikely that any new, small firm Cited by: 5.
1New firms require finance to start up, to do research, to produce new products and to bring the new products to there are banks that support established firms, there is a need for venture capital firms that understand the market and the risk of bringing a new product to the market (Gault, ).
Business Start-Up factors and Innovation Strategies Case Study: Hi-Tech SME in Thailand International Journal of the Computer, the Internet and Management Vol No.1 (January-April, ) pp 56 importance of innovation in each firm (Kaplan and Norton, ).
Theoretical Framework Refer to the literature review work. Secondly, the impact of entrepreneurial orientation as a main resource and capability of small firms has been examined and employed in the study of cooperative relationships between firms.
Thirdly, this paper takes the view that entrepreneurial intention is crucial for those who care to understand about the formation of cooperative relationships. * Small firms are regarded as more risky (for example they may lack proper financial control system).
Becoming quoted (listed) The possible methods of obtaining a stock exchange listing in the UK are an offer for sale by prospectus, an offer for sale by tender, a placing or an introduction.The environmental responsibility of small firms: Investigating current awareness and practice Managing the Employment Relationship in the Smaller Firm: Possibilities for Human Resource Management New Entrepreneurial Firms: Learning to Overcome Liabilities of Newness Through University Technology Business Incubator Support.Arguably, of all the technologies, telecommunications, and the Internet, along with a renewable energy, has the most potential to deliver sustainability and the vision of integrated optical communication networks, is compelling enough for people to understand the underlying role that technology firms play in today’s technology-based society.