Volume 34, Numbers 1/2, 2006
- Mirjam Knockaert, Andy Lockett, Bart Clarysse, Mike Wright:
Do human capital and fund characteristics drive follow-up behaviour of early stage high-tech VCs?
- Katleen Baeyens, Tom Vanacker, Sophie Manigart:
Venture capitalists' selection process: the case of biotechnology proposals.
- Tobias Kollmann, Andreas Kuckertz:
Investor relations for start-ups: an analysis of venture capital investors' communicative needs.
- Rolf Wustenhagen, Tarja Teppo:
Do venture capitalists really invest in good industries? Risk-return perceptions and path dependence in the emerging European energy VC market.
- Dietmar Grichnik, Robert D. Hisrich:
Strategic and investment behaviour in the German and Israeli venture capital industries: a comparison with the USA.
- Holger Patzelt, Dodo Zu Knyphausen-Aufseß, Ilona Arnoldt:
How do venture capitalists spread risk by diversification within specialised life science portfolios?
- Pascal Petit, Michel Quéré:
The 'industrialisation' of venture capital: new challenges for intermediation issues.
- Bernard Guilhon, Sandra Montchaud:
The dynamics of venture capital industry.
- Mannie Manhong Liu, Jiang An Zhang, Bo Hu:
Domestic VCs versus foreign VCs: a close look at the Chinese venture capital industry.
- Christian Le Bas, Fabienne Picard:
Models for allocating public venture capital to innovation projects: lessons from a French public agency.
Volume 34, Numbers 3/4, 2006
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- Pertti Kärkkäinen, Tero Ojanperä:
Pushing technology to where the market will be: the case of Nokia.
- John van den Elst, Ronald Tol, Ruud Smits:
Innovation in practice: Philips Applied Technologies.
- Friedrich Pinnekamp:
The internal entrepreneur as a catalyst to successful product development: a case study.
- Jan Verloop:
The Shell way to innovate.
- Emmo M. Meijer:
DSM and innovation: a case study.
- Frank Ruff:
Corporate foresight: integrating the future business environment into innovation and strategy.
- Roland Ortt, Ruud Smits:
Innovation management: different approaches to cope with the same trends.
- Alan L. Porter, Scott W. Cunningham:
Just-in-time technology analysis support.
- Rodney McAdam, Renee Reid, William Keogh:
Technology and market knowledge creation and idea generation: an integrated quality approach.
- David D. C. Tarn:
Industry as the knowledge base: the way Asians integrate knowledge from academic, industrial, and public sectors.
- Birgit Verworn:
How German measurement and control firms integrate market and technological knowledge into the front end of new product development.
- A. J. Berkhout, Dap Hartmann, Patrick van der Duin, Roland Ortt:
Innovating the innovation process.